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Introduction

Learn how to create glossary in google docs.

  1. Type "google.com" in the address bar to go to the google website
    • Type "google.com" in the address bar to go to the google website

  2. Click on the "Sign In"button to sign in to your google account
    • Click on the "Sign In"button to sign in to your google account

  3. Type your email address into this box
    • Type your email address into this box

    • Click on the blue "Next" button

  4. Type your password into this box
    • Type your password into this box

    • Click on the blue "Sign In" button

  5. Click on this button to open a menu of options
    • Click on this button to open a menu of options

    • Click on the "Docs" Button

  6. Click on the red "+" button on the bottom right of the screen to make a new google doc
    • Click on the red "+" button on the bottom right of the screen to make a new google doc

  7. Click "Table"
    • Click "Table"

    • Click "Insert table"

    • Click the column that you want to have (it is shown in blue boxes)

  8. Type "Word" to show you will put words in the column.
    • Type "Word" to show you will put words in the column.

    • Type "Meaning" to show you will put the meanings of the word that you wrote in the left box.

    • It makes clear if you write both in Bold. You can make it by pressing command+B (⌘+B). You can unselect it by pressing same keys.

    • You will put your words in each box on the column.

    • You will put the meaning in each box on the column.

    • The left and right box should match the correct word and meaning.

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Mirai

Member since: 06/08/2015

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This is a really low level guide. This could have been done in one step. -20 brownie points.

Lando Calrissian - Reply

Unlike the previous reviewer, I actually found it useful. I simply used my noddle and skipped over the steps I didn’t need. Many thanks for this, you’ve saved me time and hassle.

Marie-Ann Roberts - Reply

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