How to Make a Copy of a Google Doc That Isn’t Directly Shared With You
From time to time I release charts and other digital hand-outs that I have actually created in Google Documents. I recently shared
this chart comparing student blogging tools and
this chart comparing multimedia timeline production tools. When I share those charts I release them as Google Documents marked as “view only.” , if you desire to make copies of the charts you can do so by following the actions described in the brief video embedded listed below.
On a related note, you can browse for any publicly shared Google Docs, Slides, or Sheets by following the actions laid out in the video listed below.