Google Spreadsheets

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Google Spreadsheets

This is the first of a three slide tour. In this example of formatting, Google shows you how to set up a Little League baseball schedule. This is probably much closer to what Google intends rather than taking on a full blown Microsoft Excel application.

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Google Spreadsheets - Google Spreadsheets tour - 2

In this slide, Google is showing off their communication and collaboration strength. A chat takes place while in the spreadsheet application while you can invite people to view only or also edit the spreadsheet.

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Google Spreadsheets - Google Spreadsheets tour - 3

Saving and download options include the Microsoft .xls format and the comma delimited formats.

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Google Spreadsheets - Why would I want to use Google Spreadsheets?   

Googles reasons for using its spreadsheet includes: instant availability, real time collaboration, access, secure online storage and a desktop familiar to spreadsheet users.

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Google Spreadsheets - How many people can I share a spreadsheet with?

Google claims its spreadsheets have no limit on the number of users who can access.

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Google Spreadsheets - What measures is Google taking to protect the privacy & security of people\s spreadsheets?

Googles spreadsheet security

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Google Spreadsheets - What are the key features of Google Spreadsheets?

Googles spreadsheet key features

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Google Spreadsheets - What information does Google Spreadsheets collect about users?

Google explains what information it is collecting.

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Google Spreadsheets - How do I import an existing Excel file?

Google explains how to import Excel .xls files

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Google Spreadsheets - How many spreadsheets can I create?

Googles current limits on file size, rows and columns

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Google Spreadsheets - Basic information

Googles help center provides basic spreadsheet information.

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Google Spreadsheets - Help Center

Googles privacy and security information addresses the question of can you catch viruses that might have been in Microsoft Excel files. Google claims the answer is no.

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Google Spreadsheets - How do I export to Excel?

Google explains how to export a Google spreadsheet file to Excel.

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Google Spreadsheets - What browsers are supported?

Googles list of supported browsers

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