Tips, Tricks & Feedback
Below are quotes shared by members of our community regarding Google Docs & Chromebooks:
“I’m grudgingly going to admit that the Chromebook is making me more productive and keeping me more organized.” When asked why “grudgingly” she replied, “because I don’t want to admit that I’m more productive and organized—I’m a teenager!” -10th Grade Student
“I personally love the chromebooks so far. Ive used them in almost all of my classes (except math) and have found it to be very useful.” – 10th Grade Student
“I heart Chromebooks.” -7th Grade Student
Below are items of interest as shared by members of our community regarding Google Docs & Chromebooks:
Inserting Diacritics in Google Docs
In the doc, make sure that the cursor is in the spot where you want the accented letter.
- Go to Insert menu, choose Special Characters
- Up comes a box headed “Symbols”. That’s a pull-down menu, so click that and choose “Latin”.
- Up pops a box with a grid of letters with diacritics. Click the one you want, then click the blue “Insert” box.
- For ¿ and ¡, from the “Symbols” pull-down choose “Punctuation” and click as before for the one you want.
- For « and », in the “Punctuation” box, choose the right-hand pull-down, called “ASCII Based” and choose “Paired”, and click on the one you want.
- Simply go to Insert > Image, select Stock photos, and then search for the images that you want.