How to Do Everything with Google Tools (How to Do Everything)


by Donna Baker
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“Online software can be extremely dynamic and never stop changing. This perpetual improvement makes the average user limited in ability to make the most of the software. Google.com may be a very often-used search engine for basic internet use but has incredible advanced features that range from just interesting to extremely useful. The problem for a large percentage of the casual-users remains they may never come across some of the tools or be able to utilize them without a little training. The Everything Tools manual, though 438 pages long, is basically a reference text doubling as a learning manual. As a reference, it belongs within reach in your quick reference books stack. And it may help you someday. On the other hand, a clever internet user will read through the text quickly exposing oneself to its many tools. That many not teach a great deal but brings the tools out to attention. If the user has even minute experience with Google.com, this quick read elevates one to the advanced: After the reading, the user will be able to play with the software, having some idea what the features are, and go deeper. The text has great inherent value and only needs a Google user who puts it into good use. If one finds a useful tool, one can master it in a short time. If nothing useful is found, the user can go back in short time and read through again but stop for any sections of value to apply them online. I recommend it greatly though it will be outdated in a few months.”
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