Google docs never fail to astound me with the amount of functionality and collaboration options that are available for free. I find myself using this more and more, with a decreased reliance on machine based Microsoft office packages.
Google Docs have added the use of pivot tables in their spreadsheets. Pivot tables are a way to sort and analyse data in spreadsheets, and they are especially useful in large spreadsheets that uses large data sets. Continue Reading →
Google Docs are now an essential part of my workflow. Please see the video below from Commoncraft to find out how Google Docs works. As well as being able to create documents without having to spend vast amounts on software licenses, the ability to collaborate and share documents is fantastic. I am very impressed with the way you can create forms in Google Docs that will then create a survey for free. Move over SurveyMonkey, I’m going with Google ... Continue Reading →