Write, Edit, and Collaborate Using Google Docs and JAWS

In our last live webinar, “Google Docs and JAWS,” we showed you how to enable the screen and braille accessibility features, provided an overview of orientation and navigation, and introduced you to some basic formatting commands. This week, we’ll delve deeper into this popular application in FS Skill Building and Review, “Write, Edit, and Collaborate Using Google Docs and JAWS.”

During this training, we’ll demonstrate tasks that will prove useful as you become more familiar with this powerful application. Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll learn.

Document sharing

Document sharing allows you to easily invite others to view information via a link that is sent right to their email. This is especially useful if you need to send a document to multiple recipients for reading or collaboration.

Attaching a Google document to an email

There will be times when you want to share your document with others as an email attachment rather than inviting them to view it in Docs itself. Documents can be attached to an email message, giving the recipient direct access to the information.

Document collaboration

Google Docs offers the ability to collaborate with others on documents in real-time, promoting teamwork and maximizing productivity. This allows you to develop plans, share ideas, and instantly pass along important information all while working together through the cloud.

Want to know more? Join us Thursday, October 17 at noon Eastern for FS Skill Building and Review, “Write, Edit, and Collaborate Using Google Docs and JAWS.” Not signed up? Register now to take part in this exciting FS training opportunity!