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– Save Google Slides Objects as Images

How to Save Google Slides Objects as Images – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com

While it is possible to export objects like images or slides from a Google Slides presentation, you might need to use a few workarounds to do it. Of course, the process changes depending on the type of object you’re trying to save.


How to Create Multilevel Lists in Google Docs– By Brady Gavin howtogeek.com

In Google Docs, you can create and customize multilevel lists in your document with ease. You can format your lists with bullets, numbers, or even alphabetized them. Let’s take a look at the process.

How to Enter Zero Before a Number in Google Sheets

How to Enter Zero Before a Number in Google Sheets – By Brady Gavin howtogeek.com

When entering numbers into Google Sheets, leading zeros are removed by default. This can be problematic for ZIP codes, phone numbers, and IDs that you type into a cell. Here’s how you can keep leading zeros.


How to Create a Checklist in Google Docs or Slides – By Brady Gavinhowtogeek.com

Create surveys or to-do lists inside of your Google Docs or Slides file with checklists. With this easy workaround, you’ll be able to insert a simple checklist into your document for others to fill out. Here’s how.


How to Create a Google Sheets Template – By Brady Gavinhowtogeek.com

If you find yourself creating the same spreadsheet outline over and over again in Google Sheets, you can save yourself massive amounts of time if you create a template. We’ll walk you through the process step-by-step.

 

– How to Use the Google Sheets IF Function

How to Use the Google Sheets IF Function – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com

If you want to run a logical test in a Google Sheets formula, providing different results whether the test is TRUE or FALSE, you’ll need to use the IF function. Here’s how to use it in Google Sheets.


How to Use Sparklines in Google Sheets – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com

When you’re working with large amounts of data in a Google Sheets spreadsheet, it isn’t always convenient to drop a chart into the mix. To help you, you can create one-cell charts using the SPARKLINE function instead.

Count the Days Between Two Dates in Google Sheets

Count the Days Between Two Dates in Google Sheets – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com

If you want to count the number of days between two dates, you can use the DAYS, DATEDIF, and NETWORKDAYS functions in Google Sheets to do so. DAYS and DATEDIF count all days, while NETWORKDAYS excludes Saturday and Sunday.

Counting All Days Between Two Dates
To count the days between two dates, regardless of whether the day is a weekday or a holiday, you can use the DAYS or DATEDIF functions.

Add the Current Date and Time in Google Sheets

How to Add the Current Date and Time in Google Sheets – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com

Rather than manually inserting times and dates into a Google Sheets spreadsheet, you can use the NOW and TODAY functions. These functions show the current time or date, updating as your spreadsheet changes or on a regular basis.


How to Use the AND and OR Functions in Google Sheets – By Ben Stockton howtogeek.com

If you’ve ever wanted to check whether data from your Google Sheets spreadsheet meets certain criteria, you can use AND and OR. These logical functions give you TRUE and FALSE responses, which you can use to sort through your data.

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