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Teacher's Guide to The Use of Google Sheets

After posting about Google Docs, Google Presentations, now comes Google Sheets turn. These are basically a series of simple and effective tutorials from Google engineers explaining how users can tap into the potential of Google Apps. As teachers and educators, we probably are a target audience for such guides simply because most of us use these apps in teaching ;  think about how many times you used Google Docs to write a document, create a presentation or work on a spreadsheet.

 In fact some of the teachers contend themselves with only the basic features of each of these tools while in reality they could have access to a wide range of other features with an enhanced user performance and all for free. I often hear some of them say ' wow this is a great presentation , I wish I can create one like this' , of course you can, you just need to go a little bit deeper into what the software you are using really does. that is all it takes.

As We said yesterday, our objective behind these tutorials is to empower you with the right tools to properly use digital  media in your teaching. We want you to benefit from all the ' hidden' features Google Apps provide. In this regard, Google Spreadsheet has  a gamut  of awesome tips that once you master , you will be able to create great sheets. Check out the tips below and click on any title to access its corresponding tutorial. Enjoy

  1. How to Create and Save a Spreadsheet
  2. How to Upload a Spreadsheet
  3. How to Create a Spreadsheet from a Template
  4. How to Edit and Format a Spreadsheet
  5. How to Format numbers, Dates, and Currencies
  6. How to Add Formulas to a Spreadsheet
  7. How to Insert a Chart in a Spreadsheet
  8. How to Share your Spreadsheet with other People
  9. How to Create and Edit Forms
  10. How to Publish a Spreadsheet
  11. How to Embed a Spreadsheet

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