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Google Just Made It Easier To Give Presentations

Google just made things a whole lot easier for those using Google Slides to give presentations. Slides now supports Chromecast so setting up is as easy as beaming it to a screen with one of the two. Take a look: “Google Slides helps you tell beautiful, meaningful stories. But sometimes, presenting these stories can be a hassle, especially when wires, …

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Google Adds Features To Docs, Slides

Google announced some feature updates to Google Docs and Slides over on Google+. In Docs, you can now merge table cells together and customize images from within documents. In Slides, you can now add slide numbers. Here’s the announcement post with more details: Google made a separate announcement about editing Office files: Google is currently using Google Drive to help …

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Google Drive Slides Make Presentations Easy

Many people probably find themselves frustrated by the recent struggle with PowerPoint and other Office programs, which now require a paid subscription for services that were once free and included on most computers. Students, like this writer, find particular stress and anxiety associated with this issue; nothing is quite so stressful and infuriating as tying to open a PowerPoint presentation …

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Google Now Suggests Search Results For You To Link To While Creating Documents In Google Drive

Google is now suggesting actual search results for people to link to while they’re creating documents and slides in Google Drive. Google has already had a feature that lets you find results to link to, but now it’s adding the power of suggestion. The company explains in a Google+ post: Google Drive21 hours ago You can hyperlink text in Docs …

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Google Adds Offline Editing Support For Slides

Google announced today that Slides users can now create, edit, comment, and present presentations offline, just like with Docs. “Any new presentations or changes you make will be automatically updated when you get back online,” says Google software engineer Michael Frederick. “So you can continue polishing slides on your next flight, and head to your upcoming presentation without worrying about …

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