Google secrets: do what you never thought possible with Google


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The secret is out! Google has an abundance of apps that can help you be your most productive at home and in the office.

The university provides a Google Apps account for all students and active staff. Using Google Apps you can email, schedule, chat, create, share, store, organize and collaborate with others. For more information about Griffith Google Apps, visit Google Apps Support.

Griffith library also has databases, journals, articles, books and eBooks that can help you learn more about Google Apps. Check out the Books 24×7 database. It contains hundreds of full-text electronic books and journals covering over 100 different technology topics.

Here is a selection of Google eBooks in the Books 24×7 database you may find interesting:

Google Docs In Pictures

In Pictures 2014

With this illustrated guide, you’ll learn how to use Google Docs to create and format a new document, set tabs, insert page breaks in long documents, insert pictures, create hyperlinks, and much more.

Click here to access

Google Sheets in Pictures

In Pictures 2014

Google Sheets makes your data pop with colourful charts and graphs. Built-in formulas, pivot tables and conditional formatting options save time and simplify common spreadsheet tasks. This concise tutorial shows you how.

Click here to access

Google Slides In Pictures

In Pictures 2014

With help from this illustrated guide, you’ll learn how to use Google Slides to create and customize a presentation, work with animation, prepare live presentations, and much more.

Click here to access

Google Secrets: Do What You Never Thought Possible with Google

By Yvette Davis

John Wiley & Sons 2012

Featuring insider tips, valuable insights, and unbeatable advice on Gmail, Google Voice, Google Sketchup, Google Analytics and more, this informative book reveals the ins, outs, and little-known facts about Google to show you how to sharpen your skills and get more done, more efficiently.

Click here to access



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