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Get Started with Google Drive with This Cheat Sheet

Google Drive Cheat Sheet

Google Drive is one of the best tools for mobile professionals, web workers, students, and everyone else who needs the flexibility of working on files from any computer, using just your browser. If you’re new to Google Drive’s online storage and office suite (formerly known as Google Docs–for word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet creation), this quick reference guide is for you.

Provided by Ed Galaxy, the reference guides highlight the major features and functions of Google Drive. ¬†You’ll find instructions for uploading files and folders to Google Drive, how to share and collaborate with others on documents, and what the toolbar commands do.

Interestingly enough, the reference guide is provided in Microsoft Word format, but you can actually save Word docs to Google Drive and open them within your browser–even if you don’t have Word installed. Just one of the few neat features of using Google Drive.

Google Drive – Quick reference guide for teachers and students (useful if you’re not in education too!)

Related: Get 5GB of free online storage on Google Drive

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Google Drive is one of the best tools for mobile professionals, web workers, students, and everyone else who needs the flexibility of working on files from any computer, using just your browser. If you're new to Google Drive's online storage and office suite (formerly known as Google Docs--for word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet creation), this quick reference guide is for you.

Provided by Ed Galaxy, the reference guides highlight the major features and functions of Google Drive.  You'll find instructions for uploading files and folders to Google Drive, how to share and collaborate with others on documents, and what the toolbar commands do.

Interestingly enough, the reference guide is provided in Microsoft Word format, but you can actually save Word docs to Google Drive and open them within your browser--even if you don't have Word installed. Just one of the few neat features of using Google Drive.

Google Drive - Quick reference guide for teachers and students (useful if you're not in education too!)

Related: Get 5GB of free online storage on Google Drive

Stay on top of the latest in mobile computing, telecommuting, and working on the road: Free weekly newsletter | Blog posts subscription | Follow me on Twitter: @melaniepinola or Google+

Source: About.com
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