Collecting data using google docs forms

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TutorialCollecting Data using Google Docs FormsThis presentation demonstrates the new capabilities of PowerPoint and it is best viewed in Slide Show. These slides are designed to give you great ideas for the presentations youll create in PowerPoint 2011!For more sample templates, click the File menu, and then click New From Template. Under Templates, click Presentations.1Have you ever wanted to invite a group of people 2to respond to questions via email? 3Do you wish that all the replies could automatically be 4assembled into a spreadsheet format, so you didnt have to 5copy and paste everything into a format that was useful 6to you? Through Google Docs, you can easily create a questionnaire 7or survey, and then invite others to respond. 8All responses are assembled automatically into a Google Docs spreadsheet, 9which you can save to your computer as Excel spreadsheet. 10Lets show you how this is done ! ! 11Logged in to your Gmail account12Enter your Email address13Enter your Password14Click Sign In15 16Click icon 17Click Drive18A new Tab will open19On the left side bar20Click New21Click More22Click Google Forms23A new Tab will open24Give your form a Title25Click here to change26Highlight it, click27Click the Delete key on your Keyboard28Enter your form Title29and your Form Description here30Add the First Questionon the field31You can also add a Help Text here32Next, Click on the Question Type33And choose Text as Question Type3435Check this if you wish to make 36a required question 37To add another item or question,38Click Add Item 39Enter the Second Question40Add a Help Text here if you want41Click the Question Type,42and choose another question type43Next, Click on the Question Type44Click this if you want a required answer45Choosing another question type46After following the same steps in adding item/questionClick the Question Type,48Click the Choose from the List49Enter the First Option here 50Enter the Second Option here 51Click here if you want to Add more option52Click this if you want a required answer53Just repeat the steps above if you want toadd more items or questionsYou see three icons in theupper-right corner.56The pencil icon stands for EDIT, 57The two papers icon stands for DUPLICATE58The trash icon means DELETE.59If you want to delete an Item or Question60 Simply click the Trash bin Icon 61If you want to duplicate an Item or Question62 Simply click the Two Paper Icon 63If you want to Edit an Item or Question64 Simply click the Pencil Icon 65If youre done with your item or questions, 66 Click the Done button 67Viewing yourlive form68Click the View Live Form A new tab will openChanging theTheme of your live formClick the Change theme On the right side, choose your Form themeCongratulations! You now have Google Docs - FormSharing the form75Click the Send Form button on the right sideThis appears,Click Google+, FB or Twitter If you want to share form in this Social siteEnter names, email add, or groupsIf you want to share via emailWhat if you want to embed this to your blog?82Click EmbedCustomize the size of the FormClick here to highlight the embed codeOnce the code is highlighted, copy by Pressing Cmd + C for mac Usersand CTRL + C for Window UsersEmbed the code on your WordPress blogOpen your blogClick Post buttonClick Add NewClick on the Text TabAnd paste the embed code by pressingPressing Cmd + P for Mac Usersand CTRL + P for Window UsersClick on PublishCongratulations! You have successfully embedded your first form. = END OF LESSON = Winners never quit, and quitters never win. Vince Lombardi