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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

How to Make Copies of Google Docs That Aren't Directly Shared With You

On a fairly regular basis I share charts and other digital hand-outs that I have created in Google Documents. For example, I recently shared this chart comparing student blogging tools and this chart comparing multimedia timeline creation tools. When I share those charts I publish them as Google Documents marked as "view only." If you want to make copies of the charts you can do so by following the steps outlined in the short video embedded below.


On a related note, you can search for any publicly shared Google Docs, Slides, or Sheets by following the steps outlined in the video below.