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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Tech Tip 5

Have you ever had a document that you wanted to share with someone else to collaborate with? An easy way to do that is Google Docs (http://docs.google.com/). This is a online document website that you and a friend can look at a paper at the same time. You both can edit it and the changes will be saved together. You can save it as a Word file on to your computer. You can also do spreadsheets and publish the document on to a web page.


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