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How to Create a Gantt Chart in Google Sheets

A Gantt chart is a commonly used type of bar chart that illustrates the breakdown of a project’s schedule into tasks or events displayed against time. Google Sheets has a handy feature to help you create a Gantt chart for you…

How to Create a Google Slides Template

If you find yourself creating the same outline of a presentation over and over again, you can save yourself the effort by using a template. Here’s how to create custom-made templates in Google Slides.

How to Add Headers and Footers in Google Docs

Headers and footers are the sections at the top and bottom of a document. They generally contain information likeĀ page numbers, the date, the author’s name, or the file name. We’ll show you how to add these in Google Docs….

How to Use Text Shortcuts in Google Docs

The Automatic substitution feature in Google Docs is a simple way to create text shortcuts for words or sentences you regularly use in your documents. Here’s how you can save time and effort with this handy tool….

How to Use Google Password Checkup

Google has a tool designed to securely analyze your passwords against a database of ones that are known to be compromised and breached. Password Checkup is available as an extension or a web service. Here’s how to use it….

How to Change the Background in Google Slides

You can use backgrounds on slides to spruce up your Google Slides project and help captivate those who see your presentation. Here’s how to change the color or add a custom image to the background of your presentation….

How to Use the MEDIAN Function in Google Sheets

Should you need to find the middle value in a set of data in your spreadsheet without having to do it manually, Google Sheets has a function that does it instantly for you. Here’s how to use the MEDIAN function….

How to Use Google Slides Animated Transitions

Fade, dissolve, slide, cube, or flip. Spice up your presentations with transitions between slides and add visual effects to animate text, images, and other objects in Google Slides. Here’s how to use transitions and animation…

How to Merge Cells in Google Sheets

Merging cells in Google Sheets is a great way to keep your spreadsheet well-organized and easy to understand. The most common use is for headers to identify content across multiple columns, but regardless of the reason, it’s …

How to Divide Numbers in Google Sheets

Whether you need to divide static integers or data from two cells or the entire contents of two columns, Google Sheets provides a couple of methods to help you calculate the quotient. Here’s how.

How to Generate Random Numbers in Google Sheets

Google Sheets provides a simple function to generate random numbers inside your spreadsheet without having to leave the document or install an add-on. The function returns a random integer between two values. Here’s how to us…

How to Create an RSS Feed from a Google Alert

Should you want to eliminate all email notifications you receive from Google Alerts, you can set them up asĀ anĀ RSS feedĀ and bundle them in one place. Here’s how to send your alerts directly to your feed….

How to Disable Google Chrome’s Tab Hover Cards

Tab Hover Cards in Google Chrome help you discern tabs from one another when you have numerous pages open. The feature is enabled by default, but if you don’t like it, the pop-up card can easily be disabled using a Chrome fla…

How to Multiply Numbers in Google Sheets

Whether you have two integers, a few cells, or a couple of columns that need to be multiplied together, Google Sheets provides a few different ways to find the product of your data. Here’s how.

How to Make Using Gmail Better

Gmail is already a pretty airtight email service without needing any customization. But if you feel like there’s something left to be desired, there are a few hidden features—and Chrome extensions—to make Gmail even bette…

How to Master Google Alerts

Google Alerts lets you receive email notifications regarding topics you care most about on the internet, without having to actively search for them. Set up an alert for every time a topic, word, or phrase shows up in Google S…
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