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How to Use Google Docs:

Go to Google Docs website

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By typing http://docs.google.com/ at address bar

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Sign In

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You need to have a Google account to access features

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If you dont have one SIGN UP now!

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Introducing the Google Docs menu

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This is where your documents are listed

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Click CREATE button to create a file

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Choose and click Form

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This is the form creation menu

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First, rename the form by typing on space

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Then, fill up info regarding the forms purpose

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Now we can do our first Question Title. Type below

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Type a Help Text for the current question

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As default, the Question Type of our question is Text

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You can see other Question Type you can also use

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This is a preview of answer to expect

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Check box below to indicate a required question

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To finish, click done

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This is what your question looks like when sent

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Red * indicate that this is a required question

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Now lets make another question

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Notice the toolbar at right side?

Edit

Duplicate

Erase
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Click Edit to start the next question

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Type the Question Title

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Lets try Multiple choice question type

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Notice that Option(s) are available to indicate choices

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Type a Help Text for the current question

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Type 1st Option below

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Then the 2nd Option

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Google Forms automatically adds another Option from the previous

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Type finally the 3rd Option

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Now the second question has been created

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It seems there is no more available questionDONT FRET!

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To add another, click Add item at upper left window

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A drop down list is shown

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Select checkbox

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Fill up the Question Title and Help Text

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And then the Option(s) for the checkbox

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To provide Other option not included in list

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This is for the respondent to provide Their own answer

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This is how it would look like

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Lastly, make another question a Paragraph text

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Fill up as shown.

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This is what a paragraph text question would look like

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For additional actions, check the button at upper right window

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To test the form, click Email this form

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A window will appear to type in details for email

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Type in an email you can access

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Make sure to check this!

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Then click Send

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Go to email Inbox to see your sent out form

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This is what it looks like when opened from email

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Answer the form

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Click Submit

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Wait! There seems to be an error

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Google forms recognized missing answer in a required question

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Red box indicates needed answer by the form

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Answer and then click Submit

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A confirmation notice will appear indicating a record is created

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GO back to Form creation and click See Responses- Summary

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A Summary statistics shows record of responses

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You can also view Responses as a Spreadsheet

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Responses is broken down in a spreadsheet

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To get a code of your form to Embed to websites

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Copy and paste this code to a blog or website

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You can Edit confirmation the respondent sees after accomplishing form

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A window appears for editing message

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Type at space below

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Then click Save

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Now your respondent will see your new confirmation message

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End of Tutorial
Thats all there is to it! Hope you learned!

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