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  • More Info for Google Apps for Exchange Users The Computer Services website now provides a detailed description of the services available to Exchange users through Google Apps.
    Posted Oct 7, 2010, 7:01 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
  • Exchange Users and Google Apps For employees who use Exchange for their email and calendar, access to Google Apps is now available through TUportal. Log into TUportal and click Google Apps on the left hand ...
    Posted Oct 7, 2010, 7:00 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
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Temple University Students Talk about Google Apps




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Tips

  • Horizontal Navigation now available in Google Sites
    Google Sites now allows for horizontal navigation on Sites. To activate the horizontal navigation, click More Actions -> Manage Site -> Site Layout -> Change Site Layout -> check the box next to Horizontal Navigation Bar.


    Posted Sep 23, 2010, 10:47 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
  • Change Subject Line to Start New Email Thread
    Say for example you have a group email and you want to send another email to that group but regarding a new topic. Instead of copying and pasting all of the email addresses to a new email, open the original email, click Reply All, click Edit Subject below the addresses box and enter your new subject line. This will generate a new thread of emails with you new subject.
    Posted Jul 19, 2010, 5:56 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
  • Export a Google Presentation
    You can create a presentation in Google Docs and export the presentation as a PowerPoint (.ppt only), PDF, or Text file. To export the file, click File > Download as and select the file type. Then select Open or Save.
    Posted May 24, 2010, 5:32 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
  • Export a Google Document into Various Forms
    You can create a document in Google Docs and export the document as a Word (.doc only), HTML, Open Office, PDF, RTF, or Text File. To export the file, click File > Download as and select the file type. Then click Open or Save.
    Posted May 24, 2010, 5:33 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
  • Export a Google Spreadsheet into Various Formats
    You can export a spreadsheet in several different file formats, including Excel (.xls only), OpenOffice, PDF, Text, HTML*, and CSV. To export a spreadsheet, select File > Download as and select a file type. Then select Open or Save.

    *If you save the spreadsheet as .html, the file will open in your browser. Then select File > Save As, select the location, enter a file name, and click Save.
    Posted May 24, 2010, 5:33 AM by Cynthia R. Schwarz
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