Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Convert Spreadsheet Cells Into a Document

I love to use Google Forms to create and deliver quizzes to students. The problem with that has always been that when I start to add-in short answer or essay questions, the spreadsheet of responses becomes unwieldy and difficult to read. Save As Doc is a Google Spreadsheets Add-on that can solve that problem for me by allowing me to select the cells containing my students’ short answer responses to turn into a document that I can easily print, read, and grade. In the video below I demonstrate how to use Save As Doc to convert a set of Google Spreadsheet cells into a Google Document. 

You can learn many more tips about Google Forms and Spreadsheets in my October offering of Getting Ready for GAFE.  Graduate credit is now available for Getting Ready for GAFE

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