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The NEXT Series…making it easy to teach what’s next!

New software applications with the potential to transform our everyday lives are constantly emerging onto the market. With this in mind, Introduction to Google Applications provides innovative instructors an opportunity to incorporate more than just the basic Office applications into their course. As part of an academic series written on alternative technology, this text presents key information on Google Applications and encourages hands-on learning throughout the material.

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Meet the Author

Michael Miller has written more than 80 nonfiction how-to books over the past twenty years, including Que’s Photopedia: The Ultimate Digital Photography Resource, iPodpedia: The Ultimate iPod and iTunes Resource, Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Computer Basics, YouTube 4 You, and YouTube for Business. His 1999 book, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Online Search Secrets, was one of the first books to cover Google (then in beta testing). Mr. Miller has established a reputation for clearly explaining technical topics to non-technical readers, and for offering useful real-world advice about complicated topics. More information can be found at the author’s website, located at

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Using Google Web Search

Objective 1: Conduct a Basic Search

Objective 2: Refine Your Search

Objective 3: Conduct an Advanced Search

Objective 4: Search the Web for Images

Objective 5: Keep Updated with Google Alerts

Chapter 2: Using Other Google Search Tools

Objective 1: Search the Google Directory

Objective 2: Search for People

Objective 3: Search for Scholarly Information

Objective 4: Search for Books and Publications

Objective 5: Search for News Articles

Objective 6: Search for YouTube Videos

Objective 7: Search for Locations and Directions

Objective 8: Search for Words and Definitions

Objective 9: Use Google as a Calculator

Objective 10: Use Google for Constants and Conversions

Chapter 3: Using Gmail

Objective 1: Sign Up for a Gmail Account

Objective 2: Read Email Messages

Objective 3: Send Email Messages

Objective 4: Send and Receive File Attachments

Objective 5: Manage Messages

Objective 6: Manage Gmail Contacts

Chapter 4: Using Google Calendar

Objective 1: Create a New Calendar

Objective 2: View Your Calendars

Objective 3: Add New Events

Objective 4: Share Your Calendar with Others

Chapter 5: Using Google Docs

Objective 1: Create and Save New Documents

Objective 2: Import and Export Word Documents

Objective 3: Enter and Edit Text

Objective 4: Format Text

Objective 5: Format Paragraphs

Objective 6: Create Bulleted and Numbered Lists

Objective 7: Work with Images

Objective 8: Insert Links and Comments

Objective 9: Create a Table

Objective 10: Proof and Print Your Document

Objective 11: Share and Collaborate

Chapter 6: Using Google Spreadsheets

Objective 1: Create and Save New Spreadsheets

Objective 2: Import and Export Excel Spreadsheets

Objective 3: Enter and Edit Data

Objective 4: Format Text and Numbers

Objective 5: Work with Ranges and Sort Data

Objective 6: Work with Formulas, Functions, and Gadgets

Objective 7: Chart Your Data

Objective 8: Print, Share, and Collaborate

Chapter 7: Using Google Presentations

Objective 1: Create and Save New Presentations

Objective 2: Import and Export PowerPoint Presentations

Objective 3: Manage the Slides in Your Presentation

Objective 4: Change the Look and Feel of Your Presentation

Objective 5: Add and Format Text

Objective 6: Add Images, Charts, and Animations

Objective 7: Print and Collaborate

Objective 8: Deliver a Presentation

Appendix A: Customizing Google

Appendix B: Working with Google Chrome



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