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Google Docs for Advanced Users
Google Docs is available to all Ryerson students, faculty and staff. It provides a web-based interface for creating, modifying, and sharing documents. In addition to the core document production functionality, it offers unparalleled web-based collaboration features making it easier than ever to work as a team. Due to integration with Google Drive, your Google Docs are always available on any internet-connected device.
This 2 hour Google Docs for Advanced Users training course will demonstrate several advanced Google Docs features and functionality.
- Creating documents with newspaper style columns
- Working with styles
- Paint format
- Creating a table of contents
- Document outlines
- Caption photos using single cell tables
- Adding footnotes
- Creating hyperlinks
- Voice typing
- Translate document
- Collaboration features including:
- Working concurrently with multiple users
- Revision history
- Suggesting mode
- Converting Word to Google Docs format
- Convert Google Docs to other formats
***Please Note***: This hands-on course will require you to log into your own Ryerson Google Apps account (Ryerson Gmail, Google Calendar, or Google Drive, depending on the course). If you have enabled two-factor authentication for your Ryerson account, be sure to bring your device to this training to generate the one-time verification code so you can log in. This device is either your cell phone, your u2f key, or your one-time verification (OTV) device.
Looking for other G Suite training opportunities? Visit the Gmail and G Suite Training page.