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How to Wrap Text in Cells in Google Sheets

When you type text in a cell, Google Sheets automatically hides anything that extends beyond the size of the cell. If you don’t want to double-click a cell to see its contents, here’s how to use the wrap text feat...

How to Use the QUERY Function in Google Sheets

If you need to manipulate data in Google Sheets, the QUERY function can help! It brings powerful, database-style searching to your spreadsheet, so you can look up and filter your data in any format you like. We’ll walk ...

How to Create a PDF from a Google Docs Document

PDFs are great for distributing documents around to other parties without worrying about format compatibility across different word processing programs. With Google Docs, you can create a PDF from an existing file without lea...

How to Convert Currency in Google Sheets

Rather than finding currency conversion rates manually, you can import up-to-date and historical currency exchange rates using the GOOGLEFINANCE function in Google Sheets. Using these rates, you can convert any currency to an...

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 f...

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 Track Stocks with Google Sheets

One of the lesser-known functions in Google Sheets is GOOGLEFINANCE, which allows you to track current or historical financial securities data on the stock market. Here’s how to use it.

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 Add Music to Google Slides

Adding music to an otherwise text-heavy Google Slides presentation can spice it up. If you want to add music to Google Slides, you’ll need to use a YouTube or Google Drive video, or link to a third-party streaming servi...

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 i...

How to Block Websites in Google Chrome

Do you find yourself accessing Facebook, Twitter, or other distracting websites when you really should be doing something else instead? Block that website in Google Chrome. Other solutions will let you block websites for chil...

How to Make a Graph in Google Sheets

A data-heavy spreadsheet can be difficult to read through and process. If you’re using Google Sheets, adding graphs to your spreadsheet can help you present this information differently for easier reading. Here’s...

How to Add Friends on Google Stadia

Now that you’ve finished setting up your Google Stadia account, it’s time to add your friends. Depending on your privacy settings, you can find others by username, and they can search for you using your Stadia nam...

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....
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