Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Hangouts, Sites, Vault and more make up the Google Apps universe. In this chapter from My Google Apps, 2nd Edition, the authors tell you what the apps are and what they can do for you. After you’ve decided Google Apps is right for you, signing up is easy and fast.
In this excerpt from Using Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive, Michael Miller shows you how to give a live presentation using Google Slides.
Hopscotch is a visual programming app for the iPad and iPhone that lets users design their own simple games. It’s being used in many elementary and middle schools as a way to teach students about basic tech principles and programming logic. Michael Miller, author of The Internet of Things, introduces parents and teachers to the world of Hopscotch -- and shows how to create your own simple Hopscotch game.
Google Chrome is the most popular Web browser today, and for good reason. Chrome is not only a fast browser but it is also a versatile one. Michael Miller, author of Using Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Drive, shows you how Chrome works, and how to get the most out of it.
Last week, Que's staff once again made the trek to an AARP Life@50+ conference.
We are excited to announce that Microsoft Press products are now available in the Que Publishing store, growing the number of valuable and trusted resources for Microsoft home and office users.
The iPad, Kindle Fire, Nook Color and many other mobile tablets have now made purchasing and reading eBooks very easy. But what's been missing is a consistent format for delivering these eBooks--especially when creating an enhanced eBook with multiple media types and interactivity. This article will survey the current eBook formats, eBook reader apps, and eBooks software as well as uncover the obstacles facing publishers who want to create these enhanced ebooks.