No More Flash Drives

No More Flash Drives

NO MORE FLASH DRIVES How to get your stuff printed at school Step 1: Create your document and

save your document to your computer Step 2: Go to www.docs.google.com and use your gmail account to sign in. If you dont have a gmail account, get one; its free! Your screen will

look like this: Sign in here: Create an account here:

Step 3: On the blue bar at the top, you will see UPLOAD. Click on Upload You will see 3 boxes: One to browse for the file on your computer

One to use the URL of a file on the web One to rename your document so you can find it easier Step 4: Click BROWSE and a new window will open for you to select your file

Step 5: Locate and double click your file Step 6: The location of your file should now be in the first box. You may want to rename your file so it is easier to find later. Click on Upload File.

Your files location Rename your file here: Click here when you

are done Step 7: Your document will open up on your screen. You may edit and save it here as you would in Microsoft Word. Click Save or Save & Close (if you are done with the document).

Retrieving Your Document You may now retrieve and/or edit your document on any computer with internet access. To access your document: Step 1: Go back to Google docs at www.docs.google.com Step 2: Login using your gmail account (or the email & password you used to set up a new account).

Step 3: You should see your document(s) on the screen. Select the desired document to open it. You may now edit or print your document

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