Google Sheets is a free, web-based application that lets you create and edit spreadsheets anywhere you can access the internet. Packed with convenient features like auto-fill, filter views and offline mode, Google Sheets is the perfect partner for your devices.
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Triggers once a new spreadsheet is created.
Triggered when a new row is added to the bottom of a spreadsheet.
Trigger when a new row is added or modified in a spreadsheet.
Insert a new row in the specified spreadsheet.
Share Google Sheet.
Update a row in a specified spreadsheet.
Schedules a meeting.
Step 1. Start by saying the name of the outline, “An outline for an article about Google Sheets and Google Meet.” Write it in the center of the page, with a single-line border around it.
Step 2. Start your first topic sentence. Put it next to the title at the top of the page. Use a single line to surround the entire topic sentence. The border should increase as you move down the page.
Step 3. Create all of your topic sentences, using multiple lines to surround them. Use the appropriate number of lines for each sentence, so that you create a visual hierarchy, where more important sentences are surrounded by more lines than less important sentences.
Step 4. Complete the body of your first paragraph. Begin with your first topic sentence. Fplow it with supporting sentences, including examples and explanations. End with a period. As you go, remember to use single lines to surround your topic sentence, double lines for your supporting sentences, and triple lines for any sub-topics or sub-points within your supporting sentences.
Step 5. Move to another paragraph, using another line to start it. This time, begin with your second topic sentence. Fplow it with supporting sentences, including examples and explanations. End with a period. As you go, remember to use single lines to surround your topic sentence, double lines for your supporting sentences, and triple lines for any sub-topics or sub-points within your supporting sentences.
Step 6. Continue this pattern until you reach the end of your outline. Add a final closing paragraph that summarizes the main points you made in your outline. what you discussed and why it is relevant to your reader. End with a period and be sure to use single lines to surround your final paragraph.
Step 7. Proofread your outline by checking every line and every paragraph for punctuation, grammar, word choice, and clarity. Once you have proofread the outline, you can begin writing your article!
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