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Transcript of Google Slides
1- Create a Google account
Create a new Slide presentaion.
1- Click on new document and the first slide is going to come up.
Google Slides Advantages
Google Presentation is much more compatible than PowerPoint.
Users can import and export graphics, text formats, PDFs and even PowerPoint presentations without a hassle.
Publish their creations to the Internet quickly and easily.
2-Look for Google Drive icon like this one
3- Click on that and you will see Google Drive main page.
4- In the left side on the top of the page, click on "New" and you will see more options. Google Slides is in that list.
Collaboration work using Google Slide.
2- If you have a PC without Internet you are unable to use it.
3- Don't offer a lot of privacy.
4- Google Slides does not allow sound or video to be embedded from files, you need to use URL.
1- Tools are very simple.
1-Google Presentation is supported by the cloud. It's means that several different colleagues can access and modify a presentation.
2-You need internet connected device, and you'll have access to your team's projects on Google Presentation. ( iPhones, iPads and other mobile).
3-Cloud support all type of document, video and materials submitted by the group.
Google Slides in the classroom
Creative Ways to Use Google Slides
Google Slides is part of Google's office software called Google Docs. Not only is Slides, it is part of online application environment, and can also be used offline and in apps on Android and iOS. Slides joins its brothers: Docs and Sheets to complete the office package.
Google Slide in the classroom
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