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Google Sheets

A basic summary of how to use Google Sheets
  1. First of all Google Sheets is a web-based spreadsheet application that allows you to store and organize different types of information, much like Microsoft Excel.
  2. By default, the cells of every new spreadsheet are always the same size. Once you begin entering information into your spreadsheet, it's easy to customize rows and columns to better fit your data.
  3. Formatting allows you to customize the look and feel of your spreadsheet, making it easier to view and understand.
  4. When working with a large amount of information, you can create multiple sheets to help organize your spreadsheet and make it easier to find information.
  5. You can create simple formulas that will add, subtract, multiply, and divide values in each cell.

Internet Safety

The videos below Introduce you to Internet Safety, how to Avoid Spam and Phishing!

Avoiding Spam and Phishing

  1. Almost 35% of teens, ages 11 and 12, use social networking sites. Many post personal information; some even share their phone numbers and addresses.
  2. If you've ever received unwanted email advertisements, it usually go to the junk email. Spam messages can clutter your inbox and make it more difficult to find the emails you actually want to read.
  3. Spam messages often contain images that the sender can track. When you open the email, the images will load and the spammer will be able to tell if your email works, which could result in even more spam. You can avoid this by turning off email images.
  4. Spam-blocking systems aren’t perfect, though, and there may be times when legitimate emails end up in your spam folder.
  5. Phishing scams are messages that try to trick you into providing sensitive information. These often appear to come from a bank or another trusted source, and they'll usually want you to re-enter a password, verify a birth date, or confirm a credit card number.

Internet sends approximately 204 million emails per minute and 70% of all the mails sent are spam. 2 billion electrons are required to produce a single email.

Google Sketchup part 1

Using the Rectangle, Push up/Down, Navigation tools

Different shapes and size of models
  1. First of all you open Google Sketchup 2013 and choose the meter template.
  2. Rectangle: the page will open Google Sketchup, you then use the rectangle tool and draw a rectangle any size you want.
  3. Push-up: By using the push-up tool you pull up the rectangle you already drew by pulling its top part up to appear in a 3D shape.
  4. Navigation: The navigation tool is the first tool on the left bar side. The tool that you’ll probably use the most when moving around in your models. It’s also called the orbit tool.

Google Sketchup part 2

Using the Pencil, Move, Eraser and Follow-Me Tools

  1. Pencil: You first click on the pencil tool to draw the shape you want.
  2. Erase: If you then decided to erase a line in your model you drew, you just need to click on the eraser and click on the line you want to erase as shown in the picture above.
  3. Move: To move your model or 3D drawing shape you will only click on the move tool and change its place by dragging it and moving it around.
  4. Orbit: When you orbit, you move around, above, or below your model. Orbiting is like flying around your model Peter Pan–style.


3D Chair
  1. The last thing we learned on Google Sketchup is Drafting - Drawing 3D shapes in different perspectives and using Google Sketchup to draw shapes according to proper measurement.
  2. This class is perfect for anyone who wants to work in Engineering.
  3. By using the different tools we learnt you can make many different shapes in google Sketchup like circles, squares and rectangle.
  4. Another thing we learnt in class about Google sketchup is draw shapes according to measurement. It makes your buildings look more professional and accurate.
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