Google Tricks and Tips: How to Make a Copy of Google Files
How to make a copy of those great Google Presentations and Google Docs being shared at #ISTE2014!
This is one of my absolute favorite features in Google Drive! Whenever I come across a great presentation that has been shared through Google Drive, I make my own copy to reference later. SHARING IS CARING! This applies to any Google file type: docs, sheets, slides, drawings, and forms.
Since I have been sharing a lot of cheat sheets through Drive, I get a lot of sharing requests. There is no need to request to share! That would be way too time consuming when the file has already been made public.
File>Make a Copy and save your very own copy to your Google Drive files. Brilliant!
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