Do you collaborate with others using Google Docs? Want to learn how to access and navigate comments and suggested revisions? Join us Thursday, June 16 at noon Eastern time for a live webinar, “Prep and Proof Google Docs Using Suggested Edits and Comments with JAWS.”
About Google Docs
Google Docs is a free online word processor included with Google Workspace applications. You can use it to create and edit documents, as well as collaborate with others, using JAWS and its keyboard commands.
What We’ll Cover
We’ll provide an overview of sharing documents and collaborating in Google Docs, plus show you how to:
- Turn on accessibility features in Google Docs
- Collaborate in real-time
- Add, edit, and delete a comment
- Navigate, read, and reply to comments
- Navigate between Editing and Suggesting modes
- Read suggested edits
- Accept or reject edits
Register for this webinar to increase your collaborating and editing proficiency in Google Docs. ACVREP credits will be available for those who attend the live webinar.
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