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41 Lessons (2h 1m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:29
    • 2. Using Styles

      2:54
    • 3. Modifying a Style

      2:35
    • 4. 062 GS Docs 2 C1L3 Saving Default Styles

      2:40
    • 5. Using the Document Outline

      2:59
    • 6. Creating a Bulleted List

      3:39
    • 7. Creating a Custom Bullet

      2:39
    • 8. Creating a Numbered List

      3:30
    • 9. Working with Tabs

      3:22
    • 10. Creating a Table

      3:10
    • 11. Formatting Text in a Table

      2:27
    • 12. Adding and Deleting Rows and Columns

      2:03
    • 13. Adjusting Rows and Columns

      4:31
    • 14. Merging and Splitting Cells

      1:59
    • 15. Adding Borders and Shading

      4:01
    • 16. Working with Charts

      5:57
    • 17. Inserting a Chart from Sheets

      2:55
    • 18. Unlinking a Chart

      2:33
    • 19. Controlling Page Breaks

      1:42
    • 20. Working with Section Breaks

      2:43
    • 21. Applying Columns

      3:03
    • 22. Modifying Columns

      2:41
    • 23. Adding Footnotes

      2:48
    • 24. Creating a Table of Contents

      2:36
    • 25. Using Word Count and Dictionary

      3:21
    • 26. Adding and Using Bookmarks

      2:16
    • 27. Working with Hyperlinks

      4:00
    • 28. Editing Hyperlinks

      3:09
    • 29. Translating a Document

      2:47
    • 30. Using Voice Typing

      3:27
    • 31. Using Voice Commands

      2:23
    • 32. Using Save to Keep

      2:13
    • 33. Adding Comments

      2:43
    • 34. Working with Comments

      3:16
    • 35. Working with Suggesting Mode

      5:02
    • 36. Sharing Documents

      3:34
    • 37. Downloading Docs

      2:20
    • 38. Emailing as an Attachment

      2:42
    • 39. Using Version History

      3:48
    • 40. Exploring Google Add Ons

      2:24
    • 41. Course Recap

      0:40
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This is the advanced Google Docs course and expands upon skills learned in the beginning course. In this course, students will work with, create, manage, and customize Styles, and use the Outline view. Students will create and modify bulleted, numbered, and multilevel lists, set tabs, create and format tables, and work with charts. Students will also explore the tools available in Docs including adding bookmarks and hyperlinks, translate text, use voice typing, utilize the Save to Keep feature, and use the collaboration tools.

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1. Introduction: Welcome to the Google docks. Advanced course. My name is Shannon, and I'll be taking you through Google docks to help you feel more comfortable using some advanced features to help better format your documents So we'll be going through how toe work with styles. So adding style formatting for headings and titles, as well as the normal text in your Google docks. We'll also be working with adding lists and tabs so maybe a bulleted list or number list to your document and then inserting tables and charts to help convey data in a more clear manner. Then we'll talk about advanced document layouts, including adding sections and page breaks to your documents and what those mean. If those air unfamiliar terms to you, then we'll work with managing long documents. So adding table of contents or breaking it up into sections things like that. Next, we'll work with some tools and docks, including checking the word count, dictionaries, other, maybe some add ons. Then we'll talk about collaborating and Doc. So sharing your files as e mails or sharing them with other collaborators and working with comments on your document as well as some other Google doc features that will take you through to help you feel more comfortable using Google docks in a more advanced way. 2. Using Styles: style, their tool within Google docks that help you format and organize your documents. So, looking at a couple different styles on this document, if I were to click on the title era more proposal, you can see when I put my cursor in there, it shows in this little styles box on your toolbar that it's a title. And then, if I were to click System update, it shows that this is a subtitle that this is normal text, etcetera. The default when you open a blank document on Google docks is to just have it be normal text, and you can add styles as you like. So you can either add styles by, um, highlighting text and then changing the style by clicking this little drop down arrow and then clicking what you'd like. And you can see all the different formatting for these styles, or you can. So let's just see if we do that. Let's make this a heading. So then that formats all of that text to be heading. But I would like that to be normal text, and so it changes the formatting again. You can also, let's add, we can add one at a different style by just beginning to type or selecting the style we want and then beginning to type. So if I wanted a heading here, I could say heading and it gives you the automatic or the default formatting for this heading wants. Undo that. Another way that styles help is that you can see how your document is organized. So, as you can tell, this is a pretty long document. We can see different styles here, So this is a heading one heading. Teoh helps organize it that way. So if I am looking for something specific in this long document, I might not want to just scroll through and find it. So over here on the left is a little table of or a document outline and you can see that it automatically inserts all of the different headings and titles so I could go to the top and click on the armor Postal title. I could go down to this project scope, heading and look at things that way. I can also click on subheadings and get to those just like that. And we can close this by setting this little arrow. Now there are there is also a different way. You can look at the heading, so let's say I want to change this formatting of pilot implementation. I can click this format button and then if you see paragraph styles, you can change it from here so you can change it to normal text by clicking. Apply normal text or you can change it to any of thes. I personally like the this other button because it shows you what formatting you'll be getting once you click on that different style. So that is just a brief overview of the different styles of Google docks, as well as how you can use them to your advantage. 3. Modifying a Style: you also have the option of changing the formatting of your styles and setting it so that that is your default style. So if I wanted to change, let's say I wanted to change the heading style so I would select heading one, which is what this one is. And then I can change the font size any. Make it bold italics underlined to change the color, etcetera. So let's for now, just change it, Teoh, change it to comic Sands and then make it a bright pink. Now, if I wanted to make this the heading style for the whole document, I can go to this button, the styles box, and then go to heading one which is what this is and then select update heading one to match Now that will make all of heading ones match this style. So if I scroll through my document, you can see there now all bright pink and have comic sands. Now, if you wanna undo that, you can just go ahead and click on Do and it will change everything back and it will change the style back to what it was originally. So if I go to the different ones, you can see that it's no longer bright pink or comic sands. One thing to know is that if you change the normal text, it will change other elements of the document as well. So if I select the normal text, what's again, change it to Comic Sands? It's make it bright purple this time. So if I select that again, I can update the formatting for normal text So I can do it this way again through this styles box. Or I can go to this format button and then paragraph styles and then go to the one that it is which is normal text and update your normal text to match. So, as you can see, it has changed the headings to comic sans as well. So what updates different? Um, it updates different styles within your document. And if this, uh, these headings were the same color as your normal tax, it would likely update those as well. But again, I would like to change it. You can just hit undo a couple times, and it'll bring your document right back to what it was originally. So that is just a couple different ways. You can update the styles within your document and change them. So how you'd like 4. 062 GS Docs 2 C1L3 Saving Default Styles: If you want to make the styles that you're using within your current document, your default styles for every other Google doc seen create. You conduce that by once you're so select the document which styles you want. Then go to this format button paragraph styles and then you want to go down all the way to the bottom where it says options and you can click save as my default styles. You can. Also, if this document isn't currently in the default style that you have, you can click. Use my default styles, or you can click reset styles, which will reset it to the default Google doc setting that you had when you originally created your GC. So if I wanted to save this as my default style, you can see it shows that your default styles have been saved. Now, if I want to open a new document, one click file new document, and if I wanted to let say style this one, you can see that it has the IT formats at the same way. So I was right title, and you can see that that title looks the same as the armor proposal titled US and it would be the same for the rest of the formatting. Now, if I wanted to change this style and set it back to the Google defaults, I can again goto format paragraph styles down to the bottom, where it's as options and then reset styles and that will automatically reset it to the Google Docks styles. Now, one thing to know is that if you are opening a document from a template, it won't automatically have your style. So if I click, for example, this meeting notes, and you can also see expand on the template gallery and they're funny of different ones. So if I wanted, this one stands out more more, and these were just generic Google docks templates that come with your G sweet. So this one, you can see that this is now what the title looks like, and it doesn't have the same style. But if you were to open a blank document, it would have the same style as your has your default style. So if I were see click format paragraph styles options and then go to use my default styles , it will change this back to the default styles. One thing to know is that you can only have one default style that you that you said. So you want to make sure that it's one that you're going to use all the time, so that is how you can set documents to your default styles and create your own. 5. Using the Document Outline: when you're using styles, it automatically creates a document outlined within your Google docks so you can see over here on the top left there is this little document outlined button. So right now it's not expanded, so that you just your document. But if I clicked that it would expand upon it and it would show me the layout of my document. I can close it by clicking this little back arrow right here. Make sure you don't click these excesses. We'll talk about those in a minute. So quick this close document outline. If you're not seeing this button, you can go to your view menu, so click that and then you just want to make sure that this is checked. So right now it is show document outline. But if I unchecked it, it would take that away. Another way you can do this is the keyboard shortcut, but it's a little long, so it might be difficult to member. So your document outlines shows you your different titles and headings. So right now you can see this is the title of my document. It's in blue, and it's in the it's other top. You can also see the different heading. So this is heading one, and this is heading Teoh. So heading one is all the way to the left. And it's also a little bigger and bolder, and the heading twos are indented. There aren't any heading threes in this document. But if there were, you would be able to see them in here, and they would as well be indented underneath the heading to the barren. So using your document outline, you can go through your document easily without having to use the scroll bar. So this document is nine pages, which would be a pain if you're trying to find something specific. So if you just wanted to say, find your project objectives, you can click on that, and it will bring you right to that portion of your document. Now, if I wanted to remove any headings from or titles for my document outline, you can see when I hover over them, it shows a little X. So if I wanted to remove project objectives for my outline, I can just click this X, and it will remove it. But if I made a mistake and I want to add that back in. I can click right click on the text that I'd like to add back in. Click add to document outline and you can see that it goes right back in here under the heading that it isn't so. This is a great tool just to help find different pieces of your document, especially if it's a long one like this one. And then if you want to get back to the top, you can just click that title. And if you want to close this, you could just close the document outline. So that way you can see your full document. So the document outline is another great feature of styles that helps you organize and go through your document with these. 6. Creating a Bulleted List: Using a bulleted list in your document can be convenient because it helps make your document more aesthetically pleasing and gets your point across more than, say, a paragraph would if you just want people to take away a few points. So looking at this document, we have a few meeting items. So if I wanted to make this unfolded text ah, bulleted list, I can select what I'd like to become a list. And then over here you can see the bulleted list option. So if I click that it will give me the defaults formatting for a bulleted list with the circular filled in boat filled in circles. But if I want a different bullet shape, I can click this right arrow and then select the shape I'd like. So let's say I want this one. And one thing to know is it shows you a few different layers of that list. So this one has, for example, an arrow in the 1st 1 diamond or rhombus in the 2nd 1 and then a circle. So if I select that, it will automatically change it. And now let's say I want Teoh, um, have a list within this list. So if I wanted to list the products that we're launching, for example, I can hit enter, and that will give me a new bullet. And I can either hit the tab button on my keyboard or I can hit this increase in debt button right here. If I click that, it will bring us to the next list so I can list the products that we are listening or the products that we're launching now. If I wanted to go back within the lists, I can hit this decrease in that button or I can hit enter again, and that will decrease the index as well as change the bullet formatting. And you can also just go ahead and delete a bullet, and it would just make it a new space for you to tech or type text in. And then, if you want to take away that space, just hit backspace a couple more times. Now, if you have a list and you want to get out of the list, you can click or hit, enter on your keyboard and then hit Enter. You can either hit enter again or click decrease in debt, so I'm just gonna hit Enter again and it will take me out of that list. Now let's say your text is already formatted so that it's it has enough, So I'm just gonna end in all of this. If I selected all of this text now, it would automatically format it so that this is within the second list because it was invented in the text previously. So another way you can work with your bulleted lists is by selecting the text you like and then go to format and then paragraph or sorry, Miserable. It's a numbering and then go to bulleted lists, and it gives you all those options again. There are also list options where you can select which type of bullet you'd like, or you can, um, look at more bullets, and it will give you more options. We'll talk about that in a later video. The last thing I want to know is, if you are typing and you want to just add a bulleted list from there, you can just click whichever bullet list you want. Always click the defaults and just start typing, and it will have all the same formatting as we just talked about, so that's a few ways you can use bulleted lists in your documents and different ways you conform at them. 7. Creating a Custom Bullet: when you're working with a bulleted list in Google docks, you also have the option of customizing that list to best meet the needs of your document. So here we can see that I have a couple different types of bulleted lists. So let's say I wanted to change the bullet style. So if I selected this actually, I'm just gonna select one level for now. So I'll just like this couple of bullets, and then I go toe format and then bullets and numbering. It will show us list options so I can change the bullets right here to one of these default options. Or I can click more bullets that will bring me to the special characters or that'll open the special characters box, and you can see that there are plenty of options. This is just the arrows. There are also a bunch of different ones you can if you want a musical list, you can make your bullets musical notes so you can see right here change those Ah, you can Also, there are plenty of different ones. You can use currency, you can there are tons and that there are also that was just thesis immobile's category. There are also a bunch of different categories, so you can go to the emoji category if you'd like. It gives you generic emojis punctuation numbers, etcetera, as well as a few different language scripts. But most of the options you'd want to use or ability list would probably be in symbol. So let's just let's select a phone arrow. I will select, and it shows you a bigger preview as you do it. So I do that. We construct that and you can see that it changed all of the arrows. Are all of the lifts bullets in my list to that different arrow? You can also, if you are wanting to. If you're typing in your document and you want to start a bulleted list, there are a couple different ways you can do it without clicking this bulleted list button . You can hit the little dash and then space, and it will automatically create a bulleted list. So I could those calls level one, and then if I go, it'll have all of these buttons be the same dash. Another way that I can do that is by typing the Asterix of Shift eight and then space, and it will create the default bulleted list that it gives you in your Google docks. So that's just a couple different ways you can customize your bullets if you want them to look a little differently. 8. Creating a Numbered List: another way you conform at your document is by adding a numbered list. So looking at this needing items document, I can add a list a numbered list within here. So let's just say I want to say what we'll talk about in order. So under current projects, I can select what we're gonna talk about in what order and then up here on our toolbar. It shows a numbered list as well as the he wore. A shortcut, which is controlled Shift seven or command shift seven. If you're on a Mac, if I click that it will automatically make the text. I've selected a numbered list, and it gives you the defaults number list. There are a couple different options, including having parentheses instead of periods or changing the list two letters instead of numbers, etcetera. So if I click here, it will automatically change formatting. Now, if I want to add something within this, I can just hit enter, and it will update the list accordingly. So this is now list item to instead of um, and then I will update these 23 and four etcetera. Now, if I added one to the bottom, it would just change it, Teoh. It adds it in the order that it's supposed to be a what I'm trying to say. Um, if you want Thio Thio, delete this number. You can just hit backspace, and it will just create enter instead of the number list. You can also have multi level or multiple levels within your list. So let's say I wanted Teoh under product launch. I want a list, the products that we're launching in the order that will talk about them so I can hit my either my tab button on my keyboard or this increase in debt button right here on the right , and that will add new formatting that you can see is so it has one and then a and then Roman numerals, etcetera. So let's a product one. And then if I hit, enter and then tab again, it will create another level of my list. If I want to go back a level, I can either hit this decrease in that button or I can hit enter on my keyboard and it will bring me back. That's also another way to have a break in your list. So let's say I just wanted Teoh remove this whole spot in general, I can hit enter again, and it will create that space without the number. The number list. Another way that you can start creating a numbered list. So say you're typing in your document and you just want to start a numbered list. From there, you can just type one period space, and it will automatically create the formatting, the default formatting for a number list, and you can start typing in there and then you can. You can create levels within that etcetera. It would be the same. Formatting is if you selected this and then another way, if you can get to these list options, is by clicking. So let's say I want to make this in list. I can go ahead and click format up here bullets and numbering and then create a numbered list, and it shows you all the same options that it would in your toolbar. So let's say I wanted to make this a number or a lettered list. It would just change the one that I'm on, so that is a couple different ways. You can use numbered lists to format your document 9. Working with Tabs: a great way to customize your document is using tabs within it. So looking at this document, this is a proposal document. So if I one of the basic tabs that most people know, is the hanging are hanging indent. And if I just select where I want Teoh have a tab, I can just hit the tab button on my keyboard and it will show a hanging indent. So one thing to know is that if you look up here on the ruler of your screen, what you want to make sure, if you don't see it Haas like view and then make sure you have show ruler. But here you can see that these this left in done and the the first line tab are separate. So if I click here, you can see that the little line and the arrow are in the same spot. But because this just has a hanging in that this little bar is over here so I can drag where that tab will take me to so I can move it slightly where I can have it be in the middle if I want to do something crazy. But I could just always, Um, you just bring it back to the default setting by hitting on. Do if I made a mistake. Another way that you can use tabs to customize is So let's say I want this whole section invented to the right a little bit. I can use this button and increase the in debt so that will increase it. And you can see that it moves the whole thing over. Not just hanging in that. And I can add a hanging indent here if I'd like as well or no. And let's say I want to move it back. I can just select this and like, decrease in that Another really useful tool is creating a tab. So let's say, on the other side of this document, I want to have a, um, a date, for example, so that might be useful. So if I click up here on a ruler, Aiken select where I want that date to be, and if I right click it, I can add a left tab. Stop a center tab, stop or right tab. Stop. So what that just means is this one will be aligned to the left so it would look like this . This the center tab would be aligned to the center and the right tab would be aligned to the right. So let's add a right tab stop just to show you. And then if I hit Tab, you can see that it brings me right to where that is this'll it'll arrow is, and then I can type maybe September 20 21 and you can see that it stays aligned to the right and, um so that way, when you hit the tab, it just automatically brings it here. Whereas if I hit a tab on any other part of the document, let's say I hit a tab right here. It would just move it about 1/2 an inch every time. But this way you can have it a line to a certain place. Also, you can. If you don't like the location of that, you can drag it. You can drag it all the way to the end. You can drag it around, etcetera. So that is some different ways that you can use tabs to help customize your documents. 10. Creating a Table: within Google docks, you have the capability of adding a table to your document to help poor man it better. So if you'd like to add a table, you can go to the insert menu right in between you and format and left. Click that and then scroll down and hover over table and you can see that it opens an array to the right. And right now, the only highlighted box is the one in the top left. So if I hover my mouse over each of these, it shows I'm expanding the number of columns. So right now they're five columns and only one row. And if I keep moving my mouse to the right, it allows me to create up to 20 columns that if I moved, my mouth's down. It allows me no fast to create up to 20 rows, and you just need to have her over that you don't need to click, because if you click it, it will create that number of rows, and that is a little over one overwhelming. So I can either delete this by selecting the whole thing and clicking backspace or delete on my keyboard. Or I could have just undone it. So let's say I want to insert a table with four columns and three rows can hover over in or and then scroll down to three, and you can see that it shows down below four by three. So if I select that left click, then it will create that table within, and it automatically formats it so that it is within your margins of your document within your page set up. So if I want to start typing, I can just select the box. I'd like to type in it, automatically starts in the top left box and then start typing so I can in its title and then to switch between boxes. I can hit the tab button. Now we'll bring me to the next box. And once I get to the end of this row, I hit Tab again. It will just bring me to the next round. I can also just select with my cursor which ever box I'd like to type in, um, again to delete or actually, one more thing to note before I delete. This is if you are typing within a box. If you hit, enter it will do the same thing as if you were typing in a normal document without any text , Um, or without a table, I mean, so it won't create a new row or anything, so just make sure if you don't want that, you can hit backspace. Another cool thing you can do within your table is if you'd like to get really fancy, you can insert a table within your table. So if you go to insert again, go to your table, say, a three by two. It will insert a table within that table, and then to delete that, you could just select it hit backspace and same thing with the big one. So if I select the whole thing, I can hit the backspace button or delete on my keyboard. So that is how you can add a table to your document and then customize it a little bit. And in later videos, we'll talk about further ways you can format your table 11. Formatting Text in a Table: within your table. You also have the option of formatting your text however you'd like. So if you look at this table right here, you can see that the text is already formatted in a couple different ways. So this top row is currently bold ID and aligned with the center. Whereas these bottom rows are not bold ID and left aligned with the exception of this one to the right. So if you'd like to format any text within your table, you can select the text you like to format. So let's just say I want to format this one cell. I can select the text. I'd like to format and then change it too. Maybe I want to change the text to read because I want to know something about that. But that will only change that, um cells text color. If I wanted to change the whole row, for example, I can select the whole row and then you can see that it doesn't automatically give the text color because the text color in all of the cells isn't the same. Whereas if I just clicked this one, you can see that it shows that this text is black. So again I'll select all of those. And then I can change that texture. Red. Maybe. I want to note that for now, I'm gonna change back to black. You can also change where its alliance. You can see that the top row and the, uh or column are all aligned to the middle, whereas thes are aligned to the left. One thing to note, maybe if you're Rose are a little wider. So let's just say I want to make this with wider and I select it and then I can right click . Ah, you can go to table properties so it shows the different properties of your table. But we're more I'm more interested in the alignment of my text so I can choose where my text is, which right now it's at the top of that cell so you can see that this says top. If I want to make it the middle, it would make it the middle. If I want to make it the bottom for now, we'll make it the middle. And I can also change the alignment from here as well. And then I can select. Okay, And that would make it now in the middle of that of in the middle of those cells rather than at the top. So maybe if your cells are a little wider, you conform out of that way, however you'd like. So it's just a couple different ways you can format your text within the cells of your table. 12. Adding and Deleting Rows and Columns: When you're working with the table, you might want to add or delete any columns or rows. So let's take a look at how we can do that within Google docks. So if you right click in any cell, it will give you, Ah, really long money. So I right click in this top, um, sell in the third column. I can insert a row above or below. I can insert a column to the left or right. I can also delete this Row column or delete the whole table. So if I wanted to, let's say, insert a column to the right. It would insert a column to the right and automatically format the rest of the table so that it can fit this column. If I wanted Teoh delete this column that I just made, I can right click and click Delete Column. One thing to know is that if you, um, just select a whole column and click the delete button, it just deletes the text so it doesn't actually delete the column. You have to right click it and select delete, and then, if you wanted to add a row, you can just do the same thing you can right click and add a row above or below, and that way it would add a room. And again, If you want to undo that, you can just hit control C or undo, and it'll undo it another way. Um, so you can delete the call or delete the whole table. As I said, by selecting this delete table button or if you select the whole table, you can then hit backspace or delete on your computer. So if I hit, delete and it would delete the whole column, our delete the whole table, not just the whole column. And then if I wanted to undo that, I can hit control Z or undo, and then it would bring it right back. So that's just a few ways you can add, delete or add or delete columns or rows into your table. 13. Adjusting Rows and Columns: when you're working with your table, you might want to format the rows and columns to better conveyor information. So looking at how we can do that, probably the easiest way, in my opinion, is just hovering over. Let's say a call him, for example, and you can see if you look at my cursor, you can see the two arrows heading that look like they're heading in opposite directions. So Aiken left, click and drag and you see this blue line, and it shows where I will be dragging that, too. So if I drag it here and drop, then it will make that column that much wider so it won't adjust thesis eyes of the whole table. If I want to do that, I can either drag the column all the way to the right or all the way to the left. So in this case, I'm gonna drag it all the way to the right, and the need will make it here and move it over. There we go, but I don't really want all of these columns to be that uneven. So I let's say I want to make them even again. I can select the columns that I want to work with in this case, all of them, and you don't have to select the whole table. Just make sure you select every column and then right click in any of those. And then if you go down, you'll see the distribute rose in the distribute columns button. So if I click distribute columns, it will even all of those out again. Let's say maybe quantity I don't really need that column to be is wide as it is. If I drag it this way, I can make it, however wide eyed, like by doing that. And then I can select these three columns because I want them to be evenly distributed and then so select the ones you'd like to work with, right click and then distribute columns and that will distribute those columns. But it won't change the one that you haven't selected. So all those tools you can use within rose as well. So let's say I want to drag this and then I can distribute these rows. But again, I'm not selecting this top one because I don't want it to be the same right, So distribute the rose and it'll just make them all the same height. Another way that you can edit your rows and columns. Formatting is select the ones you'd like to work with. So in this case, all select all of them except the title row, and then right click again in any of the boxes that you've selected and then go all the way down. So it'll probably open you back up to here. And if you scroll down, you can go to table properties, which is underneath distribute columns and you can see it gives you a few options for the table so I can automatically change the column with or the row height for any of thes by just changing the numbers within them. So maybe I want to make this point. I want to make each row height, um, went to five instead of point to 78. And then I can change it that way. I can also change the column with and, um, I just changing those numbers. So just make sure that you hit okay and you can see that it changed all of this. So if I go back to that menu again, right clicking table properties, another way that I can customize the columns and rows is by seeing if I want to add any cell padding. So let's add, let's just add weight. Five cell padding. You can see that it had so cells and makes them even bigger. So let's undo that to your properties. We're gonna have no cell padding. I can also have a table border. So if I want and I can change the color of that as well as the whip so I could make it one point and then hit OK and that just make sure that you hit, oh case to save all the changes you've made so you can see that it took away the cell padding as well as added a cell border. That is what one actually, let's make it a little bigger so we can see the cell border. So table properties, let's make the border and right there you go so you can see that it now changes the cell border for the and that would change it for the whole table, not just the one that you have done. And if that looks a little too wild for you, you can just sit control Z or undo, and it will undo any changes you've made 14. Merging and Splitting Cells: just like in Microsoft work. Google Docks allows you to merge and unmanaged cells within your table to help format it better. So let's say that I wanted to merge the desk and the small or the item in description for this specific piece of furniture. I can select the cells that I want, emerge and then right, click and go down and click Merge cells, which is below delete table and above distribute rose. So I select that it will merge those cells and it will put all of the text that was in both of them in that one cell separating it with a new enter or space between them. So if I wanted to change that, I can just sit back space. And maybe I just want to have the name of the item with a description next to it. If I wanted to do that for all of these, you don't want to select everything that you want emerge. So let's say I wanted to merge every item in description. I wouldn't want to select all of them and then click right click and hit merge because that then that will just merge All of those cells. And as you can see, it just creates, um It puts all of the text into that one box so you can un merge these cells. Um, so if I right click and click on merge cells, you can see that it creates all of those cells that once existed again. But it keeps all of the text that you had in that first cell, so you would have to then take the Texan you want and put it back in each of those cells. So if you made that mistake of merging everything you might want to hit, undo a few times. So you can either hit control C or go back to this undo button and then hit it a few times until the formatting is back. How you'd like it. So that is how you would merge and un merged cells within your Google doc table. 15. Adding Borders and Shading: the final way that you can customize your table is by formatting the bill or background of your cells, as well as formatting the border of yourselves. So first, let's look at the border. If you see, let's say I want to select this cell, I can. You can see this light gray, Um, where it says click to select borders and the right and it shows you the different border options. You can have the border have all the borders. You can just have them in the middle. You can just have one that outlines the table, etcetera, so just make sure that you select. If you want to format the whole table, you can just select the whole table, and then that button will always be in the top right corner and select the borders that you'd like to show in order to customize what those borders look like. So you can use these buttons over here so you can choose the border color. So right now it's black. I could have it be, um, say maybe a dark teal, and then you can see it's a little difficult, see, so I'll make it a little thicker. So Let's say I mean it really thick. You can see that that change the color of the border. Um, you can make it really obvious. Or you can maybe make it like a gray or something to offset from the text formatting. And then you can change the border with, uh, let's just make it 1.5. Just make a little thicker than it normally is. And you can also change, um, the line that the border has. So right now it's just a thick line. You can also have it be dots or dashes. So if you wanna dots, you have it. The dots or you can never be dashes. So let's just say I want this top row order to be dashes that would change that and then change the whole thing. You just like the whole thing and change back to a thick line. Additionally, you can change the background color of yourselves. So let's say I want this title row to have a different background bill. Maybe I want it to be light yellow. You can see that that then changes the background color, and if you'd like more, if you'd like more options in terms of background color, you can add custom colors. You can click that and give you the auction of typing in the color. Or you can drag along here or and you can change the hue when you do that and just make sure you hit OK. Or if you don't like that color because I would not want that, I would hit cancel. And that's just this little paint bucket here. One thing to know is you might not have. This might not show up immediately on your toolbar. You might have. Let's say this screen is not in full screen and say It's just actually there. You might have this little dot or these three dots noon show up there. So that's how you change the background and border color and then another way that you conform at these boxes. So against, like, the boxes you'd like to format right, click them or any any of them, and then scroll down where it says table properties and you can change the table border, which is this. But these buttons that we talked about right here you can change the background color and then you can also changed and change any text formatting or, um, row or column formatting as well. So let's say I want to change the border to the blue, make it a little thicker. I can do that here, and it would do the same thing as if I changed it right there. That's just a couple more ways that you conform at your table and by changing the borders in the background color. 16. Working with Charts: Another great tool in Google docks is the ability to add charts to your document. So at a chart, go to the insert menu between view and formats and left. Click it and then go to sharks or hover over tart. You don't have it, and it shows a few different options for charts you can create. So bar a column, a line or pie chart, as well as the option to import a chart that you already have in your Google feet. So if I want to import Earth, I want to create a high chart. I can click pie. You can see it's inserting the chart, and it automatically has a few different data points just for you to see. So if you want to edit the chart data, you can click it and then you can see up here. Linked chart option. So when you create a chart in your Google docks, it automatically creates a Google sheets with the charts data as well as different ways to format it. So to get there, you click open source and it shows you the chart. So when it was loading, you saw you might have seen the data at first, and then it loads the chart second, and so you can see that it's scrolls down and it might look like you lost your data. But if you just use your mouse or this curse or this school bar to scroll up Paris the data so you can either enter this manually. Um, I have some data already entered in this broadsheets. I'm just gonna copy this and then let's just fixed it into here, so that pasted my data. And as you can see, it changed my chart here in my Google sheets. If I went back to Google docks, it doesn't show any updates because you have to refer her update it, which is basically refreshing it so that it updates any changes you've made within the sheet that is linked to this chart. So I update a change that so it looks the same as my chart and my Google sheets. If I want to change anything about this chart, I can right click it and edit it so I can edit the, um, access titles. I can edit the legend, the data range. I can also, if I click charts style, it opens a broader menu where Aiken set change different things. So, firstly, if I want to change the type of chart because this doesn't really fit my data very well, this pie chart I could go to set up and you can see the chart type. So if I click that it shows it shows, um, suggested ones, so it shows that it suggests a bar or maybe a line graph. It also has a lot more options than it originally showed. So if you wanna have maybe a bar graph with the line or, um, area charts, different column or bar charts, um, more pie charts, scattered charts, maps, another there plenty of different ones. And this is a great way to access more of them than the original four you were given the option of using. So for now, I'm gonna use my Let's choose the column, and I want one with a few different. So right now, it shows, uh, this is a better way. Teoh represent my data, and then it gives me the opportunity to customize it so I can have any stacking. Um, I can switch rows and columns, etcetera. And and right now, I only have one Siri's. If I wanted to add a Siri's, it would add, um, it would add another bar next to it were next, each of these four. I can also customize this by changing the background color of my charts or the font. Um, this well is changing the border color. So maybe I just want a generic black border on. Maybe I want a like, Well, like green. A little more fun. I can also maximize my data so it will show the, um it will show as much of the chart as I can. I can make it three d or I can have them compare. But this crap doesn't really. This data doesn't really allow for much comparing. And then I can edit the chart and access titles as well as any Siri's I might have, which right now is only the training costs. Um, and then I can edit where I want my legend. So right now, let's nick it on the so right now, there's only one rial, um, data point that I'm talking round, so I don't really need one second thing done. And then, as you can see, there are lots of different ways to customize this so you can customize the horizontal access and just access and just change this formatting or the burgle axis access. It's the same thing. A swell, a good line so I can have any red lines I want, um, as well as maybe I want to have at least two red lines, so that would add different guidelines in between. And then just make sure that you update these, um, your Google Dr update any changes that you've made in your sheet. So I click update and it will show all the changes that I've made to that chart. And then on the bottom left, there's a couple different formatting options. So it's just is formatting in terms of how you want your text around this chart. So whether you want Teoh have it in line, have it break or wrap the tax so the text would wrap around it, Um, or if you wanted to break the tech. So if I click, um, wrap text and then let's say I wanted a zero inch margin, I can have it. I can put it. Let's see. I can put it in here and you can see that it moves the text around it. So that is how you can add a chart to your Google doc and how you can customize it. 17. Inserting a Chart from Sheets: When you're inserting a chart into your Google docks, you might want to insert one that you've already created in your Google sheets. So to do that, we want to go to the insert menu left. Click that girl down to where those chart and then, as discussed in previous videos, it shows you a few options as well as the from sheet. But you want to go ahead and click from sheets, and it shows you all the different sheets that you have and even search as well. So, by scroll through, I can see all the different sheets that created as well as a preview, which is great, because you can see that this one are this Google Sheets file just has a lot of data without any chart. But if you scroll up here, we can see that this has some has data as well as a chart already in it. So if I click on that and then hit select, you can see the chart that you would be inserting and you can choose toe link to spreadsheet or you can go back. If this is that, are you wanted? So if it is, you select it. I left clicking and then click import. So by linking its about sheet, any changes that are made to the data within that sheet can be updated in this chart. So, for example, if I go to that sheet that it's in so I can go click on links chart options go open source . So let's say still opening. If I scroll up, I can see the data. So let's I want to change some of this data. Maybe quarter for only had eight, so I can change that data and it will update it. But if I go back here, it won't have updated yet. So I have to click update, and then it will change the data or any adjustments I've made within makable feet. Now, let's say you want to unlike this chart from your sheets, so that might be useful if you're gonna be making changes to your Google sheets. But you want the data that you had entered at the time to be the one the show. In this document, you can click on Link, and that way this chart will stay the same, um, with the data that you enter. So if I change anything in here. So let's change this back to 10. I don't have the option to update anymore when I go back to my Google doc because I have unlinked it, so it doesn't recognize that there are any changes and this chart will stay the same because I have unliked it. So that's just how you can import a chart if you've already made one in Google sheets. 18. Unlinking a Chart: Once you have a chart in your Google docks, it will be linked to Ah, Google sheet in your drive. And if you make any changes to your chart or to the uhm Google sheet linked to that chart will show this little update button. So let's say I've made some changes to this chart in my Google sheet, I can Click Update, and that will make any of the changes whether that's formatting or data, any changes that you've made. If you have an interest in, unlike ing this chart from your data, then you can go ahead and click on it and then in the top right, you can see links chart options so you see open source, which will open the data as well. The preview of the chart in your Google sheets, or you can unlike it. So if you click on length, that means that this chart essentially becomes a photo in your, um, Google docks so you conform out of just like a photo. But you won't be able to change any of the data or formatting of the graph so you can do things that you could do with an image like crop it or at a border or something. But you won't be able to change things like, say, the colors of your graph. So if I click on Link, we can see that if I hover over it, that button is no longer there to view delinked items. So if I change something, it's a change of data. Point in here get maybe 7.2. You can see that it changed on this chart, but there's no longer an update button over here. So any changes that you can make to this will not be terminally that they'll be more image related. If you made a mistake and you did not mean toe unlinked that chart, I would suggest just deleting this chart that you have and then inserting another turn so you can go ahead and delete that. And then, like we talked about another video, you can insert a chart so go down and then insert one from sheets because the chart that you created using this document, or maybe imported it from sheets originally will still be there. Even if you, unlike its Owen linking it doesn't delete that chart, so you could just insert another one from sheets. And that way, any changes you make, um, we'll be there. Additionally, there is a project file that you can use to practice more with this that would go ahead and get started. 19. Controlling Page Breaks: page breaks are a great tool within Google docks that allow you to move everything following your page break to the next page. So if I'm looking at this document right here, it says a remark proposal. And this is the title. A swell as a brief summary of what this document is, Let's say that I want this to be a title page of sorts or just the first page, and then the real content to not start until the next page. I can select where I want my page break to start, so I want everything after where my cursor is. Teoh, go to the next page, so I would select their. Then I go to inserts and left. Click that menu. And if you go down between, if you go down between page numbers and link, you can see break. And if you hover over that, you'll want to click page break. Another option is hitting control. Enter or come in, enter if you're on a Mac, so I clicked. Page break, then that moved everything afterwards to a new page. This is much easier and better way of formatting than just hitting Enter as many times as it would take, because if you added any content to this text, then it would have lengthened, lengthened it and then you're enters would have had. This may be in the middle of the next page, so it's just a great way to format very easily. If you want to take away that page break, you decide that that's not what you want. You can just click right behind where we're at the top of your page and then hit back stays orderly, whatever is on your keyboard. So that's just some ways that you can use paid breaks to help format your documents. 20. Working with Section Breaks: section breaks are another great tool within Google docks to help format your document. So a section break helps you break up your document into different sections, and it helps you format these sections differently. So if I wanted to insert a section break between this, um, really intro of this document and the main body I want to select, I want to put my cursor where I want the page break to start. So I wanted to start at the end of this paragraph. Then I go to insert and then right between page numbers and link is break, so it gives you a few different options. Page break. We discuss in a different video a section break where you move to the next page, so that will move anything following this to the next page or a section break that is continuous. We'll just add a little space without changing without making everything else go to the next page. So if I click continuous, you can see that it created a little section break. Now in my Google Doc settings, I have it so that I can view the section breaks with this little blue dotted line so if you go to view the default is that it doesn't so won't have this checked. And if I untracked this, you can see that blue line goes away. But I find it really useful to see where my section bergs are now. I can change the margins within this section without changing the margins for the rest of the document. So if I click within here that I want to change the margins here, I can drag them and it will change the margins here. But it won't change anything in any other section. So if I select this so also, if I want to look further at my options within, um, sections I could go to page set up and it shows, Yeah, you hear file page set up. And it shows that I can apply things just to the section, and it shows that it's really only margins that I can edit. But if I wanted to change the whole document from here, I can also add it, um, the orientation of the page, the paper size and the color. So for now, I'm not going to change anything. And then if I wanted to remove this section break. I can just select the right before or after where it is. So in this case, I'll select before and then I'm gonna hit delete on my keyboard, not deleted the section I'll do again. So that deleted the section break. So now if I change the margins, it would change them for the whole page. That is just a brief intro of how you can use section breaks here advantage. 21. Applying Columns: Google docks also gives you the ability to add columns to your document. So one way to do that is we can just select where we want to begin typing. And then you want to go toe format and click columns, and you can click the number of columns that you like so automatically it defaults toe. One column you can move, it's 23 or you can click more options and get more options. That way, if you already have some text that you want to add column, you can select the text you like and then move it. Teoh call. So I'm gonna select you. So just like to crm option one and option two. Then I'm gonna click form out again, go to columns and I want to move it into two columns because I'm just really comparing me my columns. So, as you can see, the formatting is a little funky because you have these two columns, but they're not separated by the different options. Exactly. So first I'm gonna insert a page break here where the columns will move to the next page. So I'm gonna go to insert and break page breaks that everything else goes to the next page . Gonna There's just a space there that I wanted to delete. Okay, now we can see that the CRM option one kind of spills over into column to your CRM option twos column. So I want to insert a column break here which will make everything following that break go into the next column. So click at the end of this sentence after the period. Then go Teoh insert Break, which is between page numbers and link, and then go to column break. And you can see that, uh, these air now split into two columns because it broke up those calls. You also might notice these blue lines. So that is in my Google docks. I have it set up so that my view settings show the section breaks. So Google docks automatically creates a section break when you create columns, because otherwise the rest of your document would become, uh, columns. So let's say I wanted to delete this section break right here if I clicked here and then click delete, which will delete everything after it, which is a section break. It now moved the rest of my document into columns which is not what I want. So if you accidentally do that, you can go ahead and click, insert and break and section break, and we're gonna click continuous because I don't want things to go to the next stage. You can see that that will happen. Slip that into different columns, but you can just select this or select the rest of your document and, um, format it so that it is only one column, and that will move everything back toe. One column. So that's just a few ways that you can use the Collins to help format your document. 22. Modifying Columns: Now that we've created these columns within our Google doc, let's look at some ways we conform out them. So here I have two columns, and if I click in them, I can then go toe format and columns, and it shows that this section is broken up into two columns. I can move it into three or what I want to still look at its sucking more options. You can change the number of columns from here, as well as changing the spacing between them. So let's say I want to make it maybe 0.25 and then it also gives you the ability to add a line between them. Like like that you can see the changes that are made now. One thing I want to note is so there's currently a column break between this. There's a column break after this so that, uh, serum option, too, has its own column. If I go back into those call options so again, format columns, more options. If I go and make this re columns, I just want to show you what that would look like. So because there's a section break, it just made this first because this first option was longer. It split it into these two columns and then because there's a section break or a column break, I should say it moved. It moved this option two into the third column. You can always move things back, Teoh. Different size calling. So I can again go to more options. Or I could just go back to the two. And it will keep any column breaks that you have added. If you'd like to delete a section break so it creates section breaks before and after the columns that you've made, you can either lick right. So where my purser is now, if I hit my backspace button, it would delete that, um, it should delete that, uh, column break. So right now, it just a lead of the, um it just elated that enter. But if I go down here and then I click delete, it will delete anything behind it, and it moves this now into two columns so you can see that it changed the rest of the document into that two columns. That's why section breaks are important because it makes it so that your whole document doesn't become too calling so you can undo that by just clicking. Undo. And there you go. You can see that that section break. It's still there with the blue dotted line and it might not always show up with that. So just make sure if you go to your new menu, you haven't show section breaks about what you'd like. 23. Adding Footnotes: adding, but notes your document could be a great way to add citations or add any notes that you might want to have. So if you want to add a footnote to your document, maybe you need to cite some data you have. So let's say I want to fight this. First you want to make sure that you have your cursor in the space where you want your footnote. Then you go to insert and click footnote You can eat. Also used the keyboard shortcut that gives you which is control. So I click that it will add the foot now. And as you can see, it shows the number two up here as well. The number two down here. And it shows that that's just the second footnote in this hole document. So if I, um, let's say I know that I need to add a citation, But I, um, don't know exactly what my citation should look like yet I can just go ahead and leave that blank and move on. It won't delete it or anything. If you'd like to delete a citation, you can't delete it from here. So I hit backspace. It's not ever going to delete the citation. I have to go to the main body of my text and go to where it is in the text. So if I hit backspace, it now has deleted that citation and you can see that there's only one, um, as you can see here, I have one citation already, and if I want to add one in front of it, maybe I want to, um, site this data. I can insert foot now, and it will change the numbering so that this is now the second, but no so automatically does that for you. And it's not something you need to do yourself. I can also just hit, undo, and it'll take away that citation. Now with this one, let's say I want to move this sentence to a different part of my documents. So if I copy this, make sure that you copy the but notice Well, I can let's say control X control X would cut, um, that sentence out or I could just right click and cut. Let's say, let's just add it right here. If I hit for someone to be normal text and then control B, which is based then that moves that citation right here. So it would. It moves a citation as well. If I undo that a couple times, Uh, also, if I added a page breaks, let's add a page break here. Insert break, age break. Then it would move this to remove my citation to the next page as well. So any time you change or move that text that your footnote is with, it will move that as well. And I hope you learned something about using but notes and feel more comfortable using them in your documents. 24. Creating a Table of Contents: If you need to add a table of contents to your document, you don't have to do it manually. If you're using Google docks, so the first thing you want to do when you are making your table of contents is select where you'd like it to go. So maybe I want my table contents to go here right after the introduction. I can so first select everyone's go and then go to insert and then find where it says table of contents all the way at the bottom. And it gives you a couple different options. So you can either have the blue lengths, which will just create lengths to where they are in your documents so that you can click on them while you're using people docks. Or you can have it with page numbers. If it's something that you're looking different out, I'm gonna choose the page numbers one, because I think it's more versatile, so it automatically creates an outline of your document similar to the one that is in the document outline. So, as you can see, it shows the heading ones. So as you can see, it shows the heading ones as well as the heading twos, and it automatically tells you what page they're on. So just like the Blue High Burling option, you can click on something and then go click on the Blue Link, and it will bring you right there to that section of your document. I'm not again now. If you make any changes to your documents, say you add more text to a different to a certain section, then you want to make sure that you click update on your table of contents, so just click within it and then click update, and it will change any page numbers. For example, let's say additional change model has moved to page 10 because you've added some text. It will then change that automatically. Also, if you add any heading, so heading one or heading to let's just go ahead and add one right now, um, singer. So if I add a heading all the side, title it heading one and then I want to add maybe heading to If I click on my table of contents and then click update, you can see that it now out of the heading one and heading to that I just typed in as well as changed any page numbers that needed to be changed from there. So that's a simple way that you can add a table of contents and make sure that it updates it so you don't have to do it manually. 25. Using Word Count and Dictionary: When you're reviewing your document, you might want to use tools that show you how many words or characters or in your document , or work with your dictionary in AdWords to your personal dictionary. So let's take a look at how we can do that now. So if you just like to know how many words are in your overall document, you can go to tools and then go to word count. Click that it will show you some statistics for your documents. So how many pages words, characters and characters excluding spaces. If you want this to appear while you're typing, say you have maybe an assignment that has to be a certain number of words. You can click this and it will display the word count while you're typing. So if I added a sentence right here, if I said Let's see any there are now we can see that it updated it as I was typing. And then, if I delete that, it will delete it also, if you noticed while I highlighted it, it showed how many words there were. So once I highlighted this paragraph, it showed me that there are 99 words and If I click this, I can expand on that and see how many characters, what page it's on or how many pages it takes up, etcetera. I can also look at this feature by selecting the text that I want to know how many words there are or how many characters and use the keyboard shortcut or go to this menu again. But the keyboard shortcut is control shift to see, and it will show you how many words out of the total amount. So if I wanted to know, like, maybe what percentage the um, that section takes up. I can use this. I can also on click this if I don't want that anymore. Now, another feature you might want to use is a dictionary. So if you are typing and you want to make sure that maybe you're using work correctly, um, you can go ahead and select. It will select information and right click that, and then you can click. Define information, and it will pull up this dictionary over here with a couple with the definitions for it. You can also access this dictionary by, um, going to tools and then dictionary, and that will again pullup the same information. Now let's say there's a word that you use frequently maybe, in our case, our company's name, Air Amar, that Google doesn't recognize. So I can add that to my personal dictionary. If you want it, Teoh, not spell. Check that word. So if I go to tools and then go to the very 1st 1 spelling and grammar and at the bottom of that menu is personal dictionary by click that you can add a new word so I can add a Romare and that will add it to my personal dictionary. In that way, it won't, um, it won't call that out. If I'm doing a spell check as a nen correctly spelled word, and you can. If you change your mind, you can delete that, and you can type in an ad plenty of new words and just make sure you hit okay, and that will save your changes to your personal dictionary. So those are just a couple tools you can use while you're reviewing your document to make sure it's exactly what you need. 26. Adding and Using Bookmarks: you'll docks allows you to add and create bookmarks within your document, which is really useful if you want to maybe go back and review that later or if you want to link to that bookmark in your document. So to add a bookmark was just find something that I want a bookmark. Maybe gonna bookmark this figure right here because maybe I want to double check it. Or maybe I want a link it. So I select where I want that book mark to be and I put my cursor there, and then I go to the insert menu and you see all the way almost at the bottom is bookmark right about table of contents. If I left, click that it then adds this little blue book mark, and you can see that there it automatically adds it to the left margin of your document. And it has a more, um, defined blue line where your cursor waas so it also automatically opens. If there's a link to this bookmark, which there currently isn't or if you want to remove the bookmark. So let's just say I'm gonna I want to add a link to this bookmark. We'll go more into how Teoh work with links later. But I'm just gonna for right now show you how bookmarks are useful in links. So if I go to insert link, and then I can type the text that I want. So I'm gonna call this one sample link, and then I can either pay stilling or you can see that it gives me bookmarks. So these aren't bookmarks that you would have in your Web browser. They're actually the bookmarks in your document. So if I click that little arrow, it'll expand and show me the different bookmarks. So I want this one. This is the book market I want. And if I click apply then that creates a link in my document. Um, that brings me to the bookmark so I can either control click that or I can click it once and then click the bookmark. It also allows me to copy this link, edit the link or remove the link. So I'm just gonna click, bookmark and you can see that it brings it brings us right back to that bookmark. So but works are really useful. If you want to review things later, or if you want to link something within your documents 27. Working with Hyperlinks: If you're looking to add a link to your document, there are a couple different ways that you can do so as well as some great features to help you search for that link if you don't already have it copied on to your clipboard. So if I were just typing in my document and say, I know the link or I just paste the Lincoln to my document For now, I'm just gonna type in Google Second www dot double dot com And then if I hit space, you can see that it automatically formats it as if it is a link. So if I click on that, I can click on Google. So this is a website that Google Docks is very familiar with. Um, I can also copy this link. I can edit the link and how it appears, or I can unlike it or remove the link. I should say so say, I just want a reference, Ah, Google's website without actually liking it in my, um, document. I can remove this link and you can see the formats it like the original text. You can undo that. If I click at it. The link I can change the text that appears in my documents. So maybe I just wanted type in Google and then you can see the link is still there. And I can edit that if I'd like, just make sure that you press apply so it makes any changes to this link. You can see that it changed it there Another way that you can add a link is by right clicking and click link or the same menu will appear if you go to insert and then scroll down to link or use the control K keyboard shortcut. So here I can add attack. So I'm just gonna write example, and it gives me suggestions of links that I might have um, used in the past. As you could see, I go back when I click in their chose Google, which I just typed in there. So for now, I'm just gonna call this one example, and then I can paste a link right here or gives me a few other capabilities. So this bookmarks button isn't actually the bookmarks in your Web browser. It's bookmarks within this document. So if I expand on that, you can see that I have one bookmark here. So if I want to have that be linked, I can click this and it will appears the link. But let's say I don't actually want that. I accidentally clicked it. I can click this X in that box appears again. So if you have your link already copied, you can just paste it there. Or you can. It gives you a couple options of recently used, uh, Google Sweet files. Or you can click find more. So this will open up this whole menu. And as you can see, a typed an example, which is the name of the link that I had used. So it shows, um, it did a cloud search and came up with anything relating to example, so I could maybe lengthy example chart data. Uh, it also searches the Web with that name. So it searched example in the Web. Or I can link a Google image or an example. So if I let's I want to go to this cloud search, Aiken, select one of these, and if you click on it, it will open that document. Um, in order to add this link, you want to click this little plus spot into the right where it says in Certainly So if I wanted to do that, it would keep it as the name of the document, but it keeps this open. So let's say maybe I want to add another one. If I click this little back arrow. No, it brings me back to all the different places I've been. So if you want to serve something else, um, maybe we'll search your company name. Look, so just type in what you want to search and hit enter, and it brings up everything relating to that as well. That's just a couple different ways you can add and format links. Teoh, add your document. 28. Editing Hyperlinks: If you've already added some links to your document, you might want to edit them. So if I look at this link right here, this is the link to Google. So if I click it, it gives me the option to open the Web page that's linked. I can copy the link itself. I can edit the link, or I can remove the link. So removing the link with just, um would remove the linked attachment. So if I click removed link, you can see that it just now says Google in the normal text formatting. Undo that, then I can bring that link back. So if I want to actually added the link, I can click this and I can add of the text associated with this link as well as the link itself. So if I just go ahead and delete that, it gives you a few auctions. So bookmarks are bookmarks within this document, not bookmarks within your Web browser. It also shows the previously linked item as and you can open it in a new tab if you want. So if I click this, it opens Google in a new tab, and then it searched my Google drive for any files title or that have Google in them. So it appeared with this one. If I wanted to use that, I can also click the find more button, and I can link different files this way. So it shows me all of my results in my cloud. So if I want a specific, uh, file type Aiken, select a filter, I could go to my drive email sites, groups, etcetera, and I can find a specific type of documented. But I'm looking for So maybe I want to find a presentation and it shows me any presentations with that. If I want to go back to all results, I can just click all results. It also allows you to search the web so it gives you, um, a few results from the Web with the original text from the link, and it shows images. So if I added this image, it wouldn't actually add a link to the image. It would add the image itself. Just so you're aware. And if I added, let's say I wanted to add this, I click on it. It would open it in a new tab, so I want to make sure that I click this plus button on the right to insert the link. And then here we go. Is there a link? And then it now makes this the link to the Google sheets. But are the Google sheets presentation? Um, one more thing to know is if you already have tax and you want to create a link So maybe this first air Omar in my document, I want a link to the air Omar website. I can select it and then right click Goto Link. Or I can go to the insert menu and click link. It opens the same thing, and it automatically puts that text that you've selected in that top R and then it gives you the same options in terms of adding a link so you can just paste it. You can search out of bookmark from this document, etcetera. So if you're looking to add her at length, this is a couple of great ways you can do so 29. Translating a Document: if you're looking to make a copy of your document in another language, Google docks gives you a tool for that. So if you're in your document, just go to the tools menu, and then you can go to translate document. So one thing is that if you want to make sure that this is a Google Docks document not a word doc that you're editing in Google docks. So if I go to this one, we can tell that it's a word, doc, because it's in Microsoft Word format. So this, um, little extension right here shows us that that is a word document. So if I go to tools right now, you can see that that translate bun is no longer there because I don't have the ability to edit it. If you have a word document in Google, Doc, so you're editing. You can just go to file and save his Google docks, and that will make it a Google doc so you can translate the document. But just make sure that if you're making any changes to this, so if you save it as a Google docks, um, then it won't be linked to this document anymore. So make sure that you're using the right one and not changing things in both of them. So just make sure you know which one you're using anyways getting back to translating. So go back to your Google docks, go to tools and then click translate document. So it makes a copy of this document s so it doesnt translate the original version. So I'm just gonna call this one Spanish copy of a remark Proposal court because that's the language will be translating into. So then you go down to the drop down menu, choose a language and it shows you all the different languages and it lists them in alphabetical order according to their name in English. So, for example, Spanish in Spanish is espanol, but we don't see it here under E. So if you go down, it is under s force. Finish otherness. So if I click Spanish and you can go ahead and translate that document and it opens in a new tab so you can go back to this original and that you can see it's still intact. But if I go to the Spanish copy, it has now translated this document into Spanish. So this is using Google translate to translate this whole document. So I would recommend having someone on official translator double check it because we can see here request today our, um our purpose today is listed twice. Whereas if you look at the original, you just want it to say air more proposal. So there's already a little mistake right there. Um, eso just make sure that someone who actually knows that language is checking over it before you use it as an official document. 30. Using Voice Typing: If you're someone who prefers speaking to typing or maybe just speaks a little faster than you can type, you can use Google Dock's voice to type feature. So to use it, just make sure that you select where you want your text to be entered to enter a couple times and then have my text here. Then go to tools and goto voice typing. So I click that you can also use the keyboard shortcut control. Shift us and then it comes up with this little box that you can. If you click these three dots, you can drag around or you can close it when you're done. So before you start recording, just make sure you're using the correct language so you can see all the different languages . It shows all the countries that English is spoken in. So maybe if I'm from, say, Australia, I can use the Australian English. Um, for now, I'm gonna use this one. And one thing to note is unlike the translate menu, where it showed the languages in alphabetical order according to how they're spelled in English, this shows them in alphabetical order according to how they're spelled in their own language. So Spanish here is s manual and not Spanish. So just like English United States And then I'm gonna click to speak. So click on my crone. And if this is your first time using it up here, it will show a little, um box asking you for permission to use the microphone. I've already done that. So it brings it up and you can tell that it's already typing exactly what I'm saying. And once I'm done, I can just like this microphone and it will stop. So underneath you'll see these little gray lines. And they're basically saying that, um, the voice voice to type wasn't quite sure what you were saying. So it underlined them. And if I right click that it gives you a couple different, um, option or a gives that ask if you meant something else. So it gives you suggestions. So maybe a little box, little fox. I don't know. Eso just make sure that you go through and edit this so that you know that it's exactly what you said. So read through it to double check it. One thing to know is, well, this while you're speaking, just make sure you're speaking clearly. And us maybe a little bit slower than you would normally speak. Just so it collects all of your, um, it make sure it gets it all right. And you can also edit your text as its typing. So if I click this again, maybe I want to edit something, I can go ahead and change this. Ah, and it will change that word as I was typing. So, um, and it also maybe I want to add something in a different location. So let's say I'm gonna add something here. Click that and then it will add that textile where you selected on your document. And as you can see, if I speak slower and more clearly, it's more accurate. And once you're done, just click this microphone and you're all set and it'll stop 31. Using Voice Commands: If you're using the voice typing feature in Google docks, it also allows you to use voice commands while you're typing. So to get to that feature, lets go to tools and then voice typing. So I'm just gonna enter a couple times so that it'll be clear where I'm typing. And if you want some more information on this before you just start trying to use commands and guessing as you go, Ah, you can go ahead and click this little question mark in the bottom right hand box, where it says boys typing help. So the first couple steps are just in terms of using voice typing itself. But if you scroll down to Step three, you can see use voice commands. So first of all, these voice commands are only available in English right now. So if you're using voice commands, they have to be in English, Um, and then it gives you Ah, it shows you the different commands that you can use so you can see um, all the different ways you can select text, you can, um, select. You can see there are lots of different ways you can select text etcetera, and there are different options. So for mounting your document editing, move around. Um, if you want to stop voice typing, you can stay. Stop listening, and then to resume, you can say resume. So you might want to look through these before you use it and just try using a couple as you type. Um, we're not gonna go through them all right now, because there are lots and lots, Um, so I'll just show you. Let's just use voice typing. Select a Romar proposal duck, and you can see the doctored select Paramore proposal so it would select armor proposal. So maybe I want to say, What was it? Stop listening and you can see that that shuts it off and it would stop listening. So make sure you go through and check those before you start using voice commands, because there is specific language that you'll want to use when you're using these commands 32. Using Save to Keep: if there's a sentence or breathe the frequently used in your documents maybe a tagline or a disclaimer, you might want to add it to your Google. Keep So first of all, just looking over here at this tool bar on the right, you can see this little yellow square with a light bulb in it. If you click that it shows any notes that you've created in here, Um, as well as a couple things you need to do so there are already a couple phrases or sentences that you might want to add. If you want to add a sentence to your Google, keep just gonna close this. So select all the text you'd like to add. So I'm just gonna select this first sentence and then if you go to right click and then above link is safe to keep next to this little light bulb strike like that, it opens that menu again, and you can see the sentence that I've selected is now right up here so I can pin this to the top. If I use it frequently. Maybe it's, um, disclaimer, and I want to make sure that the wording stays the same in all of my documents, I can pin this to the top, and you also see these little three dots, which is the menu button, which shows the capability of Agnes to the document archiving this note, deleting it or opening it directly and keep so I can now add this sentence within my document. Or I can add it to a different document in my Google docks. So if I go to this one, if I open this again little square on the right with the light bulb, you can see the sentence that I just copied at Arum. Are there over five million customer accounts? If I go to that menu button again, I can click, add to document, and that adds it directly to the document and formats it in the same way. So if you're looking to make sure that your language stays the same across documents, you can add sentences or phrases here as well. If you would like to practice further with this, we have a file that you can use to do that 33. Adding Comments: when you're collaborating on a document. One of the great tools is adding comments so that you can communicate about different things without actually changing the document itself. So if I wanted to add a comment, um, I can just select what I would like to comment on to maybe customer, and then click right up here between the link button and the insert image button and click . Add comment. And then you can add your comment that way, if I want to select maybe the whole per sentence, for example, against like that and then click add comment and I can add a comment that way. So maybe, um, I can say strengthen opening line and then just make sure that you hit comment so that it actually adds a comment rather than no, and so you can see that that comment now looks a little different. You can resolve it, and, um, that would hide it. You can also look at your different options. You can edit it, delete it or link to this comment. If I, um, wanted to say, maybe assigned this to someone, so I'm gonna just like this and click. I can also add a comment by right clicking. And then you can see this little comment button as well as the shortcut keywords your cart , which is control cult em. I can tag someone else in this document. So if I want Ellen to be the one to work on that, I can click at and then I can. It shows, um, some contacts that I have. So I want Ellen Wilson so I can just type E. Wilson or I could type her name. I started typing her email, and then you can click assigned to Ellen Wilson and Ellen will be assigned that task, and she, as you can see it, shows that the person will be notified and responsible from working it as done. So once I sign this to Ellen, I can't market as resolved. Ellen has to be the one to do that. So, like like a sign I could do that now so you can see it's assigned to Ellen Wilson. Um, and I can add it. This I can link to this comment. I can believe it as well. There is 1/3 way to add a comment, Um, if those 1st 2 don't work for you. You can select the text you like, go to insert and then go to comment right here as well. You can use this little button so this is opens a comment history. Or you can just add a comment this way. So if you do that, it adds the comment as well. So again, comments were really great. If you're working on a document with someone else or with a few other people, Teoh edit it and discuss things without changing the document itself. 34. Working with Comments: If you've already added comments, your document. There are different tools that you can use to make sure that you're still collaborating and assigning anything that needs to be assigned to someone. So if you're looking, you can see that I've already made a couple comments here. If on if I click on that, you can show where this comment what is highlighted in what is being commented on as well as I can reply to this. So if I wanted to reply and say Tag, um, someone in it specifically So let's I wanna tag Carlos I can. Either he hit the less symbol on my keyboard or Aiken the at Symbol. And then I could just start typing the person that I want attacks on a tag. See Perez and then you can see that it will add the people to this discussion as well, sending them an email notifying them that they've been tagged in a comment. So if I click reply, you can see that this, uh, Carlos doesn't currently have access to this file, so it automatically opens this toe, um, give you the ability to have Carlos edit it. So the default is toe have Carlos just have the ability to comment, but I want him to be able to edit the document itself. And then I also the auction of not giving him access. But that wouldn't be what I need at this point. So then click comment and it will add that comment as well as sharing it with Carlos. So if I go to this little share button, we can see that Carlos now has access to this document. Now, if ah, let's say Carlos has strengthened this opening line, for example, I can resolve this thread and just remove it all together. So that will signal to me that this is done. So if I click resolve, it'll go away before that. I just want to show you a couple options again. I have the option to edit, delete, or I can link to this comment. So if I click that, it just creates a link that I can then copy, um, and select done or the X when I'm done copying. So I'm gonna click resolve and you can see it dragged it up to this little comment button up here. So if we open that, you can see the comments that I made. So you can see that I tagged Carlos Perez at 10:37 a.m. Today. Um, that I marked it is resolved as well as the original comment. So you can see this shows you the whole comment history, Um, and it right here. You can see the option to reopen it and return to this return to this discussion. And if you scroll through, I'm one mainly editing the document and adding comments. And so, um, this is all of work that I've done, but if you want to make sure you see, um, all of them make sure it's selected on all. But if you just want to see on notifications for third that involved, you select only you and that will only give you notifications that involve you. And this little button right here just allows you to add a comment to your document. So, like like that you can see that wherever my cursor was, it just adds a document or adds a comment to this document. Mm. So I hope this helps you feel more comfortable using and manipulating comments in your document. 35. Working with Suggesting Mode: If you've been asked by someone to edit their document, you might want to think about using the suggested view in Google docks. So if you look over here, you can see your currently in editing mode. But if you go to suggesting mood, any edits that you would make become suggestions that way, the user who may be asked you to edit their document or paper whatever you're editing, has to review those changes that you've made and accept or decline them. So if I go to suggesting right here now, any changes I make to this document will be tracked It similar to track changes in Microsoft Word. If you've used that, another way that you can do this is going to the view menu and mode and selecting suggesting that's the same menu is if you quit the toolbar over here. So now I'm just gonna make a few changes to show you what they would look like. So if I select this whole first sentence, maybe I think it's unnecessary, and I just want to delete it. I hit delete, and then it shows who did what. So it shows that even Cane 10:45 a.m. today deleted this sentence and you can see this check mark right here. Except sit in this X ray here rejects it. You also have the ability to comment. Maybe if someone else made a suggestion on your document and you're not quite sure why they made that? You can ask for clarification or ask a question before accepting or rejecting it. So I'm just gonna show you a few other views for what happens when you change formatting. So maybe I want to change within, um to just I select it and change it toe with, um you can see that. No mistake there. Let's if I deleted that and then just added with you can see, I added with a swell is deleting that within, um maybe I want to replace customers with clients. You can see that in the comment. I replaced customers with clients and it crosses out customers and adds clients in this little green box. And it's green because this is the color assigned to Ethan. So if someone else made changes, they would be in whatever color that person's little icon ists and as well you can see up here that the words I've added it are in green. So if I just wanted to add a new sentence so if I just started typing this is a new sentence. You can see that it also makes those changes there. And then I click away. It keeps that in green. Someone just get it. Go ahead and reject this show you that it will just take it away. Um hmm. And then if you are, um, if you want to change, maybe some formatting. So if I want to change, just change this subtitle. I change it, Teoh. We want to make it a blue, and then so you can see the format. The text color changed. Maybe I want to change the size 18. Um, change the font. You can see everything that's changed. Um, and you can see what it looks like now so you can see those changes as well. And again you can accept them. So I accepted that it would just accept any changes, or if I rejected it, it would bring it back to what it originally waas. So if I want Teoh review all these suggestions, I can go to tools and then review suggested. Edits. So there's also ah, um, keyboard shortcut. But it's a little long, so you can just use this and so you can see suggested, edits and it takes you through them. So if you hippies down arrow, it will take you through the suggested edits in your document so you can, um and it gives you a few options. So Aiken show the suggested edits, which is the view women. Now I can preview what it would look like if I accepted them all and go through my document . That way I can preview what it would look like if I rejected them all, or I can go back to that suggested at its view. And then, as you can see, the one that is, um, a little bigger and kind of popped out is the suggested at it we're working with now, so I can either click accept, and that will accept that one suggestion. Or I can use this little down arrow and accept all of the changes or edits or same thing with project. I can reject this one or Aiken reject all of them. So if I click, reject all that will then reject all of them, and you can see that it popped up over here with a little toolbar. So if you're looking to make edits to someone else's document, I would suggest using suggested at its just so that they see all the changes you make and they double check them before they're made. 36. Sharing Documents: one of the most well known features of Google docks is the ability to share your document and collaborate on them. So up here in the top, right, you can see this big share button in blue. So when you hover over it, you can see how many people this document is already shared with, which is right now, currently two people. So if I click that, it brings up the shared menu. So if I want to add people to this document, I can add people. If you're if they're in your organization, you can just search them by name or if you have a group, or you can just add their emails if you'd like and you can add more than one person of the time. So maybe I wanted to add three Instructor and Ellen all the same time. I can do that as well, and if I decide I don't want to share it, Aiken just x out and then it will bring me back to this menu. So if you go to this little settings button, you can see um, some of your settings for sharing so editors can change permissions and share, and viewers and commenters concede the option to download print copy. So these air some things you can turn on and off if you'd like. You go back. You can see in this menu it shows, um, a good view of what access people have. So right now, I am the owner of this document, and I can see that here. Carlos is an editor. I can change him to be just a viewer. I can allow him to comment, but not edit anything. I can also give him temporary access. Um, I could make him the owner, or I can remove him. So if I give them temporary access, um, it says it expires in 30 days. I can remove the expiration. I can change the date that I wanted to expire. So maybe, um, uh, Carlos is leaving at the end of July. I can make it's so that he can't see this file at the end of July for some reason, um, I can also just remove that, and it would ruin it. Additionally, if you'd like to get a link to this document, maybe that's more convenient to sharing it in an email. You can get a link so I can click copy Link, And it will copy a link to this so I can also click change linked to a Remar. So this gives, um this gives me a few options so I can choose, um, anyone with the link can view or anyone with the link Anyone in my organization. So, for example, for this link, you would have to be in the air Omar network in order to view this, or I can make it restricted. So if I click anyone with the link than anyone, maybe outside my organization, if you're sharing it with someone, a different company or something, you can share with them. And you can also add it. Um, just like when you're sharing it with people or groups, you can shut it. You can decide whether they can view comment or at it. Um, So right now I'm gonna make have them all the editors, and I can copy that link, Um, where I can hit. Done. Um, I'm not going to copy it anywhere. Second, is it done? And then that has updated my sharing capabilities. So And as you can see up here, it shows that this, um if I hover over it again. It now says that anyone with a link has access, so it's now no longer just two people because it doesn't know how many people have given this link, Teoh. 37. Downloading Docs: Once you are finished editing your document, you might want to download it to your computer as a file, maybe a Microsoft Word document or a pdf, for example. So if you're looking to do that, we can go to the file menu right here and then and then you can click Download. So right up here above email's attachment it. When you hover over this download menu, it shows you the different options that you have so you can save it. It's a word, doc, an open format document, Um, and it shows you also the extensions that would be at the end of these documents. So if you're not quite sure what it's called, But you know you want an RTF file, you can look at that and find it that way. So let's say I wanted to save it as a Microsoft Word document. I conflict docks, and, as you can see it automatically ghost your downloads and it names it, um, exactly what it's named up here. So if I wanted to change the name Teoh, Uh, let's just make it weird document. And if I saved that again so I could go to file download software. It saves it again, and you can see that the name of it is different. Um, and like I said, it will automatically save to your downloads. So if you want to open them in your computer, you can open right here, so you can either. Um, you can open it. Um, if you are downloading a pdf so you can go to download pdf sweet birds download. Maybe I didn't like it. Another it. So this sometimes might open in your Web browser and Google Chrome for examples. If I click this, it opens in my Web browser. But if I wanted to open it in Whatever, um, you are I use on my computer Aiken, click this little arrow and click open with System Viewer. You also have the ability to show where it is on your computer. Samos if you saved it as a Microsoft word document, So if you need to have your final Google doc downloaded onto your computer, you can just remember goto this file menu, go to download and then select whatever file type you like 38. Emailing as an Attachment: If you want to attach your document as an email, there are a couple different ways that you can do so and they attach it in different ways. So the first way is if you go to this file menu and then email as an attachment, you click on that. It will open a little box that allows you to, um, create this email. So you quick in that box, you can see who, um, you can email So it opens up people that I would frequently email so I might send it to Ellen. And if you are sending it to someone in your network, you can likely just type their name in and they'll appear or otherwise, you could just type in the email that you're trying to send it to. The subject will automatically be the title of the document, which currently is word document. You can go ahead and change that if you'd like, and then you can add a message to customize it. If you, um and then you can choose which file type will be attached to this email. So this, um, e mailing his attachment is similar to if you downloaded this file and then went to your email and then attached it as a file from your computer so you can choose send it as a PD, a a Microsoft Word or any of these other documents. I'm gonna keep it. PdF for now, if you don't want to attach it, if you want the document itself to be the content of the email, you can click this button, which is don't attach. Include content in the email. This is a really long document. It's nine pages, so I don't want to do that right now. And you can also choose to send yourself a copy if you'd like. Once you're ready, click send, and it will send it to that person you click. Cancel for now. I don't want to send it now. If I wanted Teoh email it as an attachment through my Gmail, I could go to compose to create a new message, and then if I've downloaded it, I can click attach. Um, I can share a link if I have it. If I have a share a bowl link attached to that document or if you see this little Google drive icon, I can click that so If I shared it this way, it would share it as a Google Docks file. So, um, the person would be able Teoh edit it. So if I see, uh, it says Google docks, sheets and sides documents will be shared via a link, so that will be shared via link and not the document itself. So just make sure that when you are sending your email as an attachment, you decide which way you'd like to send it, whether you'd like to have that person see the Google docks or get a PdF or Microsoft Word version of your document. 39. Using Version History: As you make changes to your Google docks, your Google drive will share a version history of these changes that you've made. So unlike Microsoft Word, Google Drive automatically saves your file for you, and it notes any changes you've made and holds them in a previous version. So if you click this button right here, where it says all changes saved and drive, um, you can see that all changes are currently saved and it changes. The text of that button can change. So let's say I am editing. You can see it's now saving, so I just want to look at all changes, even drive. I click on that. It pulls up the version history of my document so it shows any changes that I've made. So I can see today is changes. And if I expand and show more detailed versions, it shows every little change I've made and the time that I have made it. So let's say, um and it it categorizes them generally. By the time that you've made those changes, so you can see here I change, um, the word clients to customers. Um, I thought about changing within two with, but I changed my mind, etcetera, so you can see all the different changes you make minute by minute, Um, as well as some in more than just So this one. You can see that at June 10 a 10. 47 AM there were two changes that more notable. So if you wanna collapse that detailed version, it'll just show you all the change that we're generally made in that time frame. But if you're looking for a specific one, you can expand on that. If you want Teoh name a specific version. So maybe I want to name this one, Um, second draft, um, edited by you, Wilson. That way I know that. What? That version history or what this version is that it's a second draft after it was edited by Ellen Wilson. So you can see that it saves that If I click on this, I can rename it again. I can remove the name, or I can make a copy of this document. So if I click makeup actually gonna click an older version, so it's like this one gonna make a copy, and I can make a copy of this that way, if I want both a previous version of this document and a current version of this document. I can have both of them if you make this copy, though, it won't save any of the other version history that, um, you've made. So it will basically just create a new document as if there were no changes made previously . So just make sure that, um if you want the version history, you make note of that and you can choose to share it with same people. You can choose where it goes, etcetera, click, cancel. And then you can also choose the option of on Lee showing named versions. So if I only want to show named versions, the only one right now is this one. If I ever make changes and then decide that those aren't the changes I want to make, I can click on a previous version and then up here, you can see restore this version, and this would restore the document to this version and change on remove any changes that were made following this version as well. You can look through the different edits so you can see any edits that were made by, um clicking these down and up arrows and showing the edits throughout the document. So if you are working on a document and you think that you want to look back at a previous version, the version history is a really convenient way of doing that. 40. Exploring Google Add Ons: If you're looking for a feature in Google docks that you haven't been able to find, you might want to look in the Adan's add ons section of Google docks. So if you see this menu next to tools is add ons. So if you click that it shows any add ons that you currently have. So right now we have show, um, but if you want to act, get any add ons, you can click this button, get Adams, and it creates a pop out, and it shows you some different add ons that you can use with docks. So there are lots and lots of different out on so you can use So this is a bibliography, one easy big, which is a website that you might use. Um, this is for diagrams, etcetera. You can scroll through them. Um, and there are new ones added all the time so you can check this. Maybe if a feature you want isn't added, you can probably check later, and it might be you can also choose. So maybe I wants. I've heard of mail merge so I can search that and it shows some different mail, merge and then If I click on it, you can see first of all, the different kinds of document or kinds of G suite files you can attitude so I can add it to Google docks and Google sheets. If I want to buy click. This, uh, you can see it gives you a preview of what the ad on does, and you can scroll through images to help. You better understand what this would dio. Ah, you can look at the overview and expand upon that, and then you can also read the reviews and sort by language. Recent or maybe once that have been voted very helpful, so you can scroll through those and uhm at it. You can and you can choose the docks at on, or you can install it unfolds elbow, so there are different. Add on so you can add to Google docks as well as different. Add on so you can add to other G suite applications like will sheets and Google slides, so make sure that you look or different options. If you want something. Some other features added to your Google drive. Additionally, there is a project file. If you'd like to practice further with be Google docks at on 41. Course Recap: thank you for joining me on this Google docks Advanced course. I hope to learn some things. So remember we talked about working with styles, which is the different formatting for your headings and titles, as well as your normal text in your document. We also talked about managing a longer document, including adding a table of contents or maybe adding some bookmarks or sections to help break it up a little bit. And then finally, we talked about collaborating on your document, including working with comments and sharing it or adding it as an attachment to an email.