Showing posts with label tutorial. Show all posts
Showing posts with label tutorial. Show all posts

Sunday, 5 April 2020

Google Docs Tutorial 2020 Part 1 How to make a Google Doc

Today we are learning about Google docs starting at the beginning and becoming more complex as our skills grow. First, we will learn how to create a document. The first thing to do is to ensure we already have a Gmail or g-suite account. Ensure you are logged into your account. We can now type into the blank Google search in Chrome: and touch the enter key. Your blank document is created and you're ready to be getting typing. There is no save button Google docs. Just keep an eye on the ribbon here, above which will confirm your document is automatically saved. If you need to change the input language come over to the File menu, come down to language, and then scroll down until you find your input language and click on it. Good housekeeping tip: give you a new document a title before closing the Chrome tab. In the next video will look deeper into Google docs and has many features. Make sure you practice what you doing today and consolidate your skills

Sunday, 29 March 2020

How to save photos from the Internet

You can save a photo from the internet. All we need to do is once we found the photo, we just click on the photo, in this case, to open the article. And when we scroll down until we find the photo, we then do a right mouse click on the photo, we click on save image as, and then we direct this to photo. In this case, to wherever you want it on your computer. In this case, it's going to my desktop. It's already got a title, it will be saved as a JPEG and we click on save. So make sure you contact the copyright owner of the photo and get their permission before you reuse the photo.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

How to Defrag your Hard Drive (and speed up your Computer)

Easily the most common statement I hear as a Trainer is "my computer is getting slower, what should I do?". By far and away the most effective step is to defrag your hard drive. But there's more to it than that. It really should be done weekly (defragging that is), as regular as taking out the garbage once a week. So, watch the video and have a go. You will be surprised at the difference and how much faster your computer will be. Please subscribe to my channel if you'd like more tips like this one.