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Google Docs: Information
Description: Online word processor and collaboration tool
Usage: Create, edit, and collaborate on documents
Available locations: Any web browser
Access: Free with PLU ePass at docs.google.com
Help: (253) 535-7525, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the Help Desk in Mortvedt Library
Google Docs is an online presentation builder and collaboration tool that can be used across devices. Documents can be created, edited, and shared in with Docs. Microsoft Word documents can also be uploaded and edited using Docs.
Docs and other Google apps can be used from a web browser and don't require any additional software. The articles in this guide provide instructions for using the web version of Docs. Be aware that other versions, such as the mobile app, will vary in functionality.
To access Google Docs, navigate to docs.google.com. Additionally, Docs can also be accessed, created, and managed in Google Drive.