You can't get a better quality how-to tutorial anywhere.
Wanna know why? Of course you do - if we're gonna be braggadocious, we should back up our claim.
These five tutorials were created by talented, skilled educators who are all Google Certified Trainers and have been creating iorad tutorials for three years. THAT'S why 1,000s of people have made these Google product tutorials so popular.
Wanna see 'em?
|Tutorial Title & Link|
|21,166||Google Slides - How to lock objects in place (make them the background)|
|14,425||Google Forms - How to copy and paste charts from Google Forms|
|5,523||Google Forms - How to allow for multiple submissions|
|4,439||Google Slides - How to change the font on Multiple Slides in Google Slides at Once|
|2,327||Google Slides - How to Create a Table of Contents|
Wanna sample 'em right here? We thank Karin King for her expertise in creating this tutorial:
1. The first step is to open Google Slides and click Slide
2. Click Edit master
3. Click on a master slide to edit. I selected the blank slide.
4. To add a background image:
5. With your mouse, hover Image
6. Click Search the web or select something from your computer/drive etc.
7. In the Search for Images box type Search terms and Press Enter
8. Click on image you would like to use
9. Click INSERT
10. Click on image in slide to select
11. With your mouse, click and drag image to resize and relocate.
12. To add fields to type into later:
Click Insert placeholder
13. Click Body text placeholder
14. With your mouse, click and drag to form box.
15. Repeat placeholder command for other areas that you will later use as text boxes.
16. To name your new layout:
17. Type new layout name:
18. Click OK
19. To exit out of editing Master slides:
Click in the slide preview area
20. To use your custom layout:
21. With your mouse, hover Apply layout
22. Click new slide layout
23. That's it. You're done.
Here's an interactive tutorial** Best experienced in Full Screen (click the icon in the top right corner before you begin) **
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