1 Introduction to Google Docs If you do not have a Google account please see the instructor about setting up an account before the class begins. If you do not want to set up an account you can follow along with the handout. 1 What is Google Docs? 2 Setting up a Google account 3 Navigating Google Docs 4 Creating new Google Docs projects 5 Sharing, publishing, collaborating 6 Revision history 7 Forms 1
2 1.1 What is Google Docs? While most people use Google as a search engine to find information on the internet, Google has created numerous other services or applications to assist computer users, often providing them free of charge. By providing many of these applications via the internet and for free, Google encourages a new approach to computing. Most computer users still use their personal computer to store software and the different files they create. Google s applications are often software that you do not have to load on your computer but access via the internet the same way you would your account. Google pushes computer users to move away from the PC-based model of computing for a web-based model, or what is often called cloud computing. Cloud computing is a model for computer users in which they go to the internet for just about any project or task. As wireless internet becomes more accessible, and more people use mobile devices, cloud computing will offer more and more services. One important feature of the cloud computing trend involves office software, which till now has been dominated by PCbased software, primarily Microsoft (MS) Office. Google Docs is Google's web-based office suite. Google Docs and MS Office each have their benefits and drawbacks. On the one hand, Google Docs offers free access, free online storage, and a number of collaborative features. On the other hand, MS Office remains the most widely used office suite, has numerous features that Google Docs does not, and offers much more support and training opportunities. Also, in response to Google Docs, MS has recently launched SkyDrive, a web-based, stripped-down version of MS Office. It is important to remember that Google Docs is always being revised, and has some limitations. Google Docs will get better over time but it has a long way to go before it matches MS Office. Yet, for many people, it provides the basic programs they need to complete their daily tasks, and the storage, collaboration and accessibility features MS Office and other programs do not. This guide will help those unfamiliar with Google Docs to decide if it can be useful for them. It assumes you have limited computer experience and covers the most basic operations for using Google Docs. Finally, by learning how to use Google Docs, attendees will hopefully gain a better understanding of the cloud computing trend. 2
3 1.2 What is Google Docs? Google Docs: a web-based office suite: the office programs, and the documents you create with them, are all kept on a Google server and accessed via the internet at docs.google.com; available to anyone with internet access whether through a PC, laptop or mobile device; free with a Google account; if you have a Gmail account you already have access to Google Docs; Microsoft (MS) Office: a PC-based office suite: the programs and the documents you create with them remain on a computer or local drive; MS Office must be purchased, registered and loaded onto a computer; MS Office provides more sophisticated features and, as a fixed and widely used program, more resources are available for guiding and training the user. allows you to share documents for viewing and editing, and allows multiple users to collaborate simultaneously on a project over the web; 1 GB of free storage space; you can purchase extra storage space starting at.25/gb/year; Google Docs has limited features; it is constantly under revision and open to change; it has very limited support and training opportunities. Office Web Apps/SkyDrive: a web-based office-suite: the office programs, and the documents you create with them, are all kept on a MS server and accessed on the internet; it is provided by MS and basically provides a stripped down version of MS Office (no footnotes, line spacing, etc.); again, this is not the same MS Office suite as what you purchase! free, but requires a Windows Live account; if you have a Windows Live account you can already access it; allows users to share documents but not collaborate; 25 GB of free storage space. 3
4 2.1 Setting up a Google account By creating a Google account you have free access to Google Docs and many other Google applications. To create a Google account: go to and in the top right hand corner click on Sign in; on the sign in page, beneath Google Account, click on Don t Have a Google Account? Create An Account Now; if you have a Google or Gmail account, Google s service, you can simply log-in with your existing account; otherwise, on the Create an Account page enter your current address (it does not have to be a Gmail account), create a password and choose your settings, such as enabling web browser history or setting Google as your default webpage; if you do not have an account, or want to create a Gmail account, just go to Gmail at the top of the Google page. 4
5 2.2 Setting up a Google account After you submit your application for a Google account you will receive an from Google to validate your application. Follow the instructions in the to validate your account. When you create your Google account you now have access to other Google services, like Google Calendar and Google Reader. By establishing a Google account you automatically agree to the terms of service, which is typical of any web service you sign up for. Your projects on Google Docs are stored on Google Docs servers, and accessed on the internet. According to the terms of service, if you are ever unable to pull up your saved documents from Google, or if Google loses those documents, Google is not responsible. Once you establish your account with Google you can immediately access Google Docs. After you sign in you will see the Google search page you are familiar with. On the upper left hand row of icons click on MORE. In the drop down menu click on Documents. The next page is the Google Docs home page. Or, you can just go to the web address docs.google.com. Log in to Google Docs the same way you would log in to your account, with user name and password. 5
6 3.1 Navigating Google Docs Once you establish your Google account and log into Google Docs you should see the Google Docs home page or Documents list. You want to take note of several features: 1) Create and Upload start new projects, upload existing files from your PC, or find a template; 2) Docs List your projects with format, title, shared status, folder; 3) Filter & Sort search by doc type, and visibility or ownership status; organize your projects list by date, title, priority; 4) Details Pane view the details of each project, a snapshot, sharing status, creation date, etc. 6
7 4.1 Creating new Google Docs projects By clicking on Create new, a menu will drop down with options for creating new projects. Document is a word processing program similar to MS Word. Presentation is a slideshow program similar to MS PowerPoint. Spreadsheet is a spreadsheet program similar to MS Excel. Form is a program for creating web-based surveys and invitations, and which allows you to track responses. Drawing is a program similar to Painting from Accessories in MS Windows. Collections allows you to create new or arrange existing folders for organizing your projects. From template brings up hundreds of templates using Google Docs; these include budgets, resumes, letters and more; most of these templates are projects created by Google Docs users who submit them for open use. To the right of Create New is the Upload option. 7
8 4.2 Creating new Google Docs projects: uploading and downloading Uploading You can import existing projects from your computer or external drive into Google Docs. To upload a document: click Upload, to the right of Create new; a window displaying the drives on the computer appears; choose the drive and then the file you want to upload; the projects you import into Google Docs can be in different formats; for example, you can upload an old MS Word document or a PDF from your computer into Google Docs (further on we will discuss formats and conversion); on the Upload Settings window select your conversion settings; unless you command otherwise, Google Docs will automatically convert the uploaded file into a Google Docs format; you do not have to convert a file to store it in your Google Docs account, simply uncheck the box reading Convert ; to edit an uploaded project you must convert it into a Google Docs format. 8
9 4.3 Creating new Google Docs projects: uploading and downloading Downloading You can also download a Google Docs project to your computer or portable drive: from the Docs List, choose the projects you want to download by clicking once on the document in the Docs list but not on the title; clicking on the title will open the document; after highlighting the document in the Docs list, right-click on the highlighted area to pull up a menu with various actions you can take on that project; or, highlight the project and at the top of the Docs list click on Actions for the same menu; choose Download from the menu; on the Convert & Download window choose the format you would like to export the project into; projects have to be converted into a new format to be exported to a computer or drive; the example to the right is a Google Document (a word processing project) so the drop down menu offers HTML, RTF, MS Word and other format options for exporting; if you would like to export all your Google Docs at once, in the Convert & Download window select the All Items tab and choose the export format for each of the different projects; you can export up to 2 GB in a single export, though keep in mind that multiple or larger projects take a longer time to download. 9
10 4.4 Creating new Google Docs projects: uploading and downloading Downloading You can also download from an open project: click on File in the top left corner; in the drop down menu find Download as; select the format in which you want to download it. 10
11 4.5 Creating new Google Docs Projects: Conversion and File Formats Files, Formats and Conversion Whether you are exporting a Google Doc to your own computer, or uploading a document from your computer into Google Docs, you will need to consider formatting: Google Docs is compatible with a number of file formats, including most MS Office formats; some features or settings in a particular document may be lost in conversion; each program in the office suite has different conversion settings and formats it can be converted to and from; Google routinely makes changes to these settings to adapt to newly available formats. Below are several links to listings of the different file formats compatible with Google Docs. Converting uploaded files to Google Docs formats Converting exported Google Docs to other formats Google Docs Storage Google Docs provides you with 1GB of free storage space; you can store documents you have converted into a Google Docs format, unconverted documents, and even files that Google Docs cannot open, such as image and audio files. You can purchase extra storage space from Google for.25 /GB/year. Google Docs Storage 11
12 5.1 Sharing, Collaborating & Publishing Sharing is an important feature of Google Docs. First, we will cover the different ways to share your document, and then go over editing, viewing and permissions: from the Docs list select the project you want to share; from the right-click or Actions menu select Share; on the drop down menu select how you want to share it; if you have the project open, in the top right-hand corner find the same Share option. 12
13 5.2 Sharing, Collaborating, Publishing In the Sharing settings window, add who you would like to share the project with and the kind of permissions you want to give them: in the field at the bottom beneath Add people: type in the address of the person; those you have already shared the project with will appear in the list above; on the right-hand side, beneath the Change icon, you will find the permissions status of each person. There are three kinds of permission you can share with someone: Is owner: the person who creates and initially shares the project is the owner; the owner determines who to share the project with and what sort of permissions others have; only the owner can permanently delete a shared project; at the bottom right corner, under Change, the owner can reduce the editor s permissions so that editors can only make changes to the project, they cannot offer or change permissions for others; Can edit: editor status allows people to make changes to the project, share the project with others, and designate edit or view status; they cannot delete the item; the owner can prohibit the editor from sharing and changing permissions; Can view: view status means a person can view the document but cannot make change or share the project. 13
14 5.3 Sharing, Collaborating, Publishing The recipient of your invitation to share a project will see an like the one in the window to the right: recipients will then have to follow the link to Google Docs and set up an account in order to view the document; if the recipient of the invitation has a Gmail account, the link will take them directly to Google Docs. There are several sharing options. On the share menu you can also select: editors/viewers: For those you have already shared the project with you can directly them from here; their addresses will automatically appear in the address box. as attachment: If you would like to share a project with someone who does not want to use Google Docs, select this option and the project is automatically attached to an in the format you want; simply type in their address and send. Publish to the web: Recreates your project as a webpage with its own URL. 14
15 5.4 Sharing, Collaborating, Publishing On the Sharing Settings window select your Visibility options by clicking on Change in the top right hand corner. There are three options: Private: all Google Docs projects start out under this setting; only those you have granted permission and extended an invitation to can view projects under these settings; the invitee must have or set up a Google account to access the project. 15
16 5.5 Sharing, Collaborating, Publishing Anyone with the link: this option allows anyone with the URL to access the project, without logging into or creating a Google Docs account; also, you can allow anyone with the link to edit a project; on the Sharing settings window select Anyone with the link; if you want to allow anyone to edit the project check the box beneath Edit access; remember, with this option anyone who can get the URL can edit the project however they like; otherwise simply leave it unchecked and click Save; on the next window near the top you will see the URL highlighted; you can copy and paste it, or Google provides links to Gmail, or Facebook and other sites where you might want to post it. 16
17 5.6 Sharing, Collaborating, Publishing Public on the web: the Public on the web option is almost exactly the same as the Anyone with the link option, except that it posts your project as an open webpage; it can be found and viewed on the internet without logging into Google Docs; the project may show up in an internet search, though not necessarily; if you make changes to the document those changes will not show up unless you choose that option; on the Sharing settings window, under Visibility options select Public on the web; if you want to allow anyone who comes to the page to be able to edit it, whether you gave them the link to the webpage or they just discovered it through an internet search, then check the box under Edit access; if you want to prohibit editing, simply leave the box blank; similar to the Anyone with the link option, in the next window you will find a URL at the top of the page that you can copy and paste or forward to Gmail, Facebook, etc.; the project is now a webpage for anyone on the internet to find; when you are finished click Close. 17
18 5.7 Sharing, Publishing, Collaborating Making a project public & private You can simultaneously publish a project and make it private: go to the Share menu and set your Sharing settings to Private; then go back up to the Share menu and select Publish to the Web; under Control publishing you can select whether or not you want the Web version of the project to be updated with each revision; the simultaneous Private and Publish to the Web option allows you to keep revising a project that you have published, while controlling what version is published to the Web; also, the project you publish is an HTML embeddable file. 18
19 5.8 Sharing, Publishing, Collaborating Collaborating is a special feature of Google Docs. When you share a document and give others permission to edit, you can simultaneously edit the project with up to 50 other people (only 10 editors at a time for Presentations): log into your Google account and open up a project that you have already shared with collaborators; have your collaborators log in and open the project at the same time; on the right-hand side of the page you will see a chat window that lists the editors currently working on a project; next to each editor is a colored box; when the editor makes a change to the document you will see their changes in real time and the same colored box above their changes; at the bottom is a chat box to communicate with your fellow collaborators. 19
20 6.1 Revision history Google Docs tracks the revisions of each project both for private and collaborative projects. After opening the project click on File and select See revision history in the drop down menu. On the right-hand side of the page you will see Document history, a chronological list of the revisions that includes the date, time and those involved in the revision, with editors designated by colored boxes. Each box in the list is called a Time stamp. If you click once on a revision the edits made during that revision will be highlighted. Notice in the bottom right snapshot that the first revision is highlighted and in the body of the project the edits are highlighted in green to designate the collaborator who made them. The text she deleted is highlighted in green and crossed out and any other additions she made are highlighted in green. If you want to revert back to an earlier version of your project simply click on that Time stamp and click Restore this revision; by restoring an older version you do not lose the current version. It simply becomes another past revision you can restore. 20
21 7.1 Forms Google Docs Forms allows you to create your own surveys, questionnaires and invitations, and track the responses: from the Create New drop down menu, select Forms; you will then see a template with which you can construct your form; fill in the fields as designated; the top field, Untitled form, provides a space for your title; below is a field for subtitles, instructions, or messages; in the yellow section, in the field next to Question Title, you will type your question; add any additional text in the second field; under Question Type choose the format of your question, whether a textbox for individual responses, multiple choice, checkboxes, etc.; when you have typed in the question click Done; to create another question double click on the in the area of Sample Question 2 and you will see the same format; when you have entered your questions, select this form to send it to your contacts or select More actions to get a url that you can copy & paste or embed, so that anyone with the link can access the form; once you send out your form, a spreadsheet for tracking responses is automatically generated in your Google Docs account; your questions are listed in columns, the responses are dated and entered into the appropriate cell; from this you can generate an attractive graph and summary of responses. 21
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