After creating all of the Drivers Ed. tests as Google Forms, I was told they sent me the wrong tests. They sent me the correct ones, but they have been scanned and are formatted as two giant PDFs. How can I make it so I can copy and paste those questions instead of retyping all of the questions by hand?
First answer: You should be able to still copy and paste from a PDF. Sometimes they copy weird, though. Any chance you could send me a sample so I could mess around with it and find a possible work-around?
HELP! Remember when a file used to reflect what folder I put it in? Can we not do this anymore?
AHHH... the curse of the missing files. Yes, yes I do remember this, just about as well as I remember to simply put a file in a folder as soon as I create it! Or better yet, to just create the thing in the folder to start with! Alas.
Alas . . . it is that time of year when all kinds of changes are being announced, and whether they know it or not, LOTS of people have this question! The answer is YES . . . unless of course I am a really big fan of yours and I am mad that you're leaving. In that case, the answer is most definitely, "No, so you might as well stay."
Ok, ok fine. If you are getting ready to retire, leave your district, or graduate from your GAFE institution (as a student), and you want to preserve your Google account data, then you need to know about Google Takeout.
Hi Ann! My students have created Google Slides presentations on countries they have been researching. We are doing a culture lunch with parents and I would like the presentations of all students to play while we enjoy food from around the world. Is there a way to combine all students projects into one presentation.....without copying and pasting???? This would be way too time consuming and I am wanting to find an alternative to having students present their projects and/ or have a computer lab with all this food in my room! It sounds like a recipe for disaster! HELP! Thanks for any and all suggestions!
WOW - that is a super good question, and one to which I wish I had a super good answer! While neither of these is ideal, I do have a couple of kind-of-a-pain solutions for you: