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Title: Introduction to Google Docs

I. What is Google Docs? - Google Docs is a free web-based application that allows users to create, edit, and store documents online. - It is part of the Google Drive suite of productivity tools.

II. Getting Started with Google Docs A. Creating a Google Account - To use Google Docs, you need to have a Google Account. - If you don’t have one, go to www.google.com and click on “Sign In” to create an account.

B. Accessing Google Docs - Once you have a Google Account, go to www.docs.google.com to access Google Docs. - You can also access it through the Google Drive app on your mobile device.

III. Features of Google Docs A. Creating a New Document - Click on the “+ New” button on the left-hand side of the screen. - Select “Google Docs” from the drop-down menu to create a new document.

B. Document Formatting - Google Docs provides various formatting options, such as font styles, sizes, and colors. - You can also add headings, bullet points, and numbered lists to organize your document.

C. Collaboration and Sharing - One of the key features of Google Docs is the ability to collaborate with others in real-time. - You can share your document with others and allow them to view, comment, or edit it.

D. Autosave and Revision History - Google Docs automatically saves your work as you type, ensuring that you don’t lose any changes. - You can also access the revision history to view and restore previous versions of your document.

IV. Tips and Tricks A. Keyboard Shortcuts - Google Docs offers a range of keyboard shortcuts to help you work more efficiently. - For example, Ctrl + B is used to bold selected text, and Ctrl + S is used to save your document.

B. Add-ons and Templates - Google Docs has a wide range of add-ons and templates available to enhance your document. - Add-ons provide additional functionality, while templates offer pre-designed layouts for various purposes.

V. Conclusion - Google Docs is a powerful tool for creating and collaborating on documents online. - With its user-friendly interface and extensive features, it is a valuable resource for individuals and teams.

Remember to actively engage with the content and take additional notes as needed. Good luck with your lesson on Google Docs!