Google Drive Reference and Cheat Sheet: The unofficial cheat sheet reference for Google Drive

Google Drive Reference and Cheat Sheet: The unofficial cheat sheet reference for Google Drive

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Publisher : i30 Media
ISBN : 193992443X
Release Date :

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Apr, 24 2018

Product Description

UPDATED! This handy reference and cheat sheet contains top tips and easy-to-read annotated screenshots of Google Drive on the Web as well as the Google Drive mobile app. The four-panel reference is printed on 8.5 by 11 inch high-quality card stock, perfect for desks, walls, and shelves. It has holes for three-ring binders. Topics include:

* The new Google Drive interface, including icons, file and folder uploads, and shared files
* How to create new documents in Google Docs, spreadsheets in Google Sheets, and presentations in Google Slides
* How to drag and drop files to Google Drive using a PC or Mac
* Three options for converting Microsoft Office files (Word .doc and .docx, Excel .xls and .xlsx, and PowerPoint .ppt and .pptx)
* How to use search in Google Drive
* How to permanently delete files
* How to restore files and folders
* Google Drive app (Android/iOS): basic features * Keyboard shortcuts
* Collaboration and sharing

Note: Aside from document conversion, document creation, and keyboard shortcuts, the Google Drive Reference and Cheat Sheet does not cover Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, or other applications in Google's free online office suite. If you are interested in Google Docs, please order the Google Docs Reference and Cheat Sheet (ISBN 9781939924445). If you are interested in Google Sheets, please see the Google Sheets Reference and Cheat Sheet (ISBN 9781939924452).

For a more detailed guide to Google's online office suite, please order Google Drive & Docs In 30 Minutes: The unofficial guide to the new Google Drive, Docs, Sheets & Slides (ISBN 9781939924315). The tone of the book is friendly and easy to understand, with lots of step-by-step instructions, screenshots, and examples. The guide can be used by anyone with a PC, Mac, or Chromebook. It also includes instructions for using Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides on Android and iOS phones and tablets.