- Insert a Shape
- Click Fill Color Icon in Tool Bar
- Then Choose the Line Color Icon
- Followed by Clicking the Line Weight Icon
It is amazing how many Google Doc users overlook the thesaurus. The thesaurus is located within the define tool. When the define tool is used it opens a research window with a dictionary. The definitions are followed by a list of synonyms. Some of the definitions listed even include a listing of antonyms.
If you haven’t gone paperless maybe now is the time to decide. Google Calendar provides teachers with the capability of setting up appointment slots which could be shared in a variety of ways with colleagues, parents and students. It is easy to set up and minimizes the use of paper along with stress due to misplaced sign-up sheets which either didn’t make it home or the dog ate!
WHAT CAN APPOINTMENT SLOTS BE USED?
HOW ARE APPOINTMENT SLOTS BENEFICIAL?
STEPS FOR SETTING UP GOOGLE CALENDAR APPOINTMENT SLOTS
CAN'T be created in Monthly Calendar View!!!
Today I was reading a Google Sheet which was shared with me as view only. It drove me crazy because neighboring cells blocked what I was trying to read. There is a simple fix for this but it was impossible for me to do because I didn’t have editing rights. I found a round about way to view the information. Luckily in view only one can still copy and paste information. I copied the cell to a Google Doc and it let me view the hidden text.
When working with Google Sheets this is what one has to do for preventing text from being hidden by neighboring a cells. Use the text wrapping tool. Click on text wrapping in the dropdown click on the wrap tool (sideway’s U).