How to create, edit, and customize a Google Form

You can create a Google Form via the Google Forms site, Google Drive, Google Sheets, or your mobile device. You can edit your form after sending it, including adding things like images and videos. Responses to forms are saved within the "Responses" section of the form itself. Visit Insider's Tech…

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How to add and edit headers or footers in Google Docs

You can add a header or footer in Google Docs from the 'Insert' menu. Google Docs automatically adds superscript numbers to your document when you insert a footnote in the document footer. While you can add and remove headers and footers using Google Docs on the web, there's no way…

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How to set up automatic email forwarding in Gmail

You can do email forwarding in Gmail one-by-one or en masse.  To forward up to 50 emails at once, you can install the Multi Email Forward extension for the Chrome browser. You can set up automatic forwarding for all Gmail messages or only those that meet certain criteria in Gmail's…

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How to use voice typing in Google Docs to dictate your text

To use voice typing in Google Docs, turn on voice typing, click the microphone icon, then start speaking. This accessibility feature is only available on Google Docs and Slides and must be used with a Chrome browser. A working microphone is also necessary to use voice typing. Visit Insider's Tech…

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How to download and use Grammarly in Google Docs to improve your writing

You can use Grammarly in Google Docs by installing a browser extension.  Grammarly makes spelling, grammar, and punctuation suggestions for free, though there's a premium subscription that adds additional features.  If you set goals within your document for audience, formality, and tone, Grammarly makes custom recommendations to help you achieve…

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