I was updating a Google article and decided I need to start fresh because the interface changed. I thought it would be faster if I imported a CSV file to Google Contacts. Not really. It took me a couple of tries. The good news is that you can learn from my mistakes. Attempt 1: Total
Google Product Tutorials
Below is a list of various Google tutorials that we've done. These include step by step instructions on various products ranging from Google Sheets to Gmail. And in some cases, there may be screencasts.
Google also offers documentation for many of their products including Google Groups. These are public forums where you can ask a question that anyone can answer. You may also save your groups if you login in with a Google account.
This section is several pages long so be sure to use the blue Next Page >> button at the bottom or the search box to the right.
Browser extensions are great add-ons when they work. But I ran into a problem when one crashed when I opened Google Chrome. Worse, because it didn’t load properly, I couldn’t delete the Chrome extension in the normal manner. Fortunately, there is another solution to this problem.
Awhile back I did a tutorial on creating a letterhead template with Microsoft Word. I think I started it well before there were online document services like Google Docs. Naturally, the question arose on how to create a template using Google Docs. Funny thing is it wasn't as straightforward as I
Many people have asked for more tutorials using Google’s suite of products. One prominent question is "how does VLOOKUP work in Google Sheets?". This function is hugely popular among Google and Microsoft spreadsheet enthusiasts. In this example, I’ll show how to get started. (Includes resource
Somedays, I just want to scream when things that did work, break. This happened this week when I needed to contact a vendor by email. This is a simple task where you click an email link and it opens in your default email application. Instead of getting Gmail to open up in Chrome, I was staring at