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Because files can be shared easily and can be edited simultaneously with one or more collaborators, Google's online offering ...
proves it can do some things that other offline office suites simply can't do. In this video tutorial on using Google Docs, we look at the comments workflow and how it makes online document collaboration easy.
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Adding footnotes to your document, keeps you away as the offer to say peer grass freezes within your document without interfering with the slow of the document. To insert a footnote, simply place your cursor where you want to insert the footnote, go to insert and choose footnote. A box will pop up where you can type in the text that is referencing the section where you added your footnote.
You go on typing your document, and you can delete the footnote by clicking on the arrow and selecting delete. You can also insert comments into your document, and this comes in handy when sharing the doc with others so they know your fax.
Again, place your cursor where you want the comment to go. Click on insert and select comment. You’ll see your name, the date and the time, and you can type your comment into this box.
If you clicked on the comment, you’ll be able to change the highlight color which you make it more noticeable. And then if you like, you can choose to insert the comment into the document which will turn it into regular text and not appear to be a comment. Thanks for watching, and don’t miss the next episode in Google docs, just the basics.