While it’s common to use tabs in a header and footer, another option is to insert a table with one row and as many columns you need. Many people find tables much easier to manage than tabs, so it could be a good time (and sanity…) saver!
In today’s Quick Tip we show you how to quickly and easily add a dropdown list in your Google Docs document. You can create your own list with your preferred answer options or choose from predefined lists.
How do you prepare staff for a new system or software upgrade?
“People don’t resist change. They resist being changed” – Peter Senge
I have been an IT trainer for 25 years now, and during that time I have worked with many organisations who are upgrading their software or changing to a new system. In all projects of this type, I have found that the idea of change does unsettle many people. I can only assume that this is human nature, and there’s certainly nothing wrong with it and it’s so ingrained, it is something that should be anticipated. The question I want to help answer is – how can we reduce the amount of fear, resistance and doubt that results from news of a different way of working?
Coronavirus has affected us all, with a major impact on how we work.
Clearly it will not be possible for Glide to deliver on-site training courses for the foreseeable future, and it is likely that a large proportion of our clients’ workforce will be working from home over the same period.
This article is aimed at people who use Google Sheets instead of Microsoft Excel as their main spreadsheet application. If you’d like to know more about Glide Training’s on-site training for users of Google Sheets and other Google G Suite products please click here.