University of Alaska Anchorage campus will be closed September 24, 2021 beginning at 6:40 AM, due to weather. Students and employees should check their email for more information. The university will remain closed for the weekend and reopen on Monday morning.
The Alaska Airlines Center will be open Saturday, September 25, for the home volleyball match that afternoon.
Google Docs, Sheets, & Slides
Google Docs, Sheets, & Slides allows individuals to create, collaborate, and share documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online. Files are stored online and shared via Google Drive, or Google Team Drives. Accessible either online (using a browser), or your mobile device.
- Create a document online through any web browser
- Easy file sharing and collaboration
- Automatically saves changes as you make them
- Edit and format text
- Add comments and replies
- Chat with people directly as you collaborate
- Make a copy
- G Suite Learning Center - Docs
- G Suite Learning Center - Docs Cheat Sheet
- G Suite Learning Center - Sheets
- G Suite Learning Center - Sheets Cheat Sheet
- G Suite Learning Center - Slides
- G Suite Learning Center - Slides Cheat Sheet
Frequently Asked Questions
- What file formats does Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides support?
Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides are compatible with the following file formats:
- Comma Separated Value files (.csv)
- Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) files
- Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)*
- Microsoft Excel (.xls, .xlsx)*
- Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx, .pps)*
- OpenDocument Text (.odt)
- OpenDocument Spreadsheet (.ods)
- Rich Text Format (.rtf)
- StarOffice documents (.sxw)
- Text files (.txt)
* While Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets support the common Microsoft Office file formats, be aware that if these files are edited with Google's applications and then later reopened within a Microsoft Office application the file formatting (spacing, fonts, etc.) is usually altered
- Can I use Google Docs offline?
Yes, if you set it up in advance. If you aren't connected to the Internet, you can still create, view, and edit files on:
- Google Docs
- Google Sheets
- Google Slides
How-to Use Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides offline
You can save the most recently opened documents on your computer.
To enable, and use Offline access make sure that you meet the following requirements:
- Download the Google Chrome browser
- Don't use private browsing
- Install and enable Google Docs offline Chrome extension
- Make sure you have enough free space on your device to save your files
Turn on offline access
- On your computer, open the Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen.
- In the top left, click Menu.
- Click Settings.
- Turn Offline on.
- When you turn on offline access for Docs, Sheeets, Slides, or Drive, it will be turned on for others, too.
Make specific files available offline
If you have enough storage, some of your most recent files will be automatically saved offline. To manually select files to save offline:
- After you've enabled offline access.
- Open the Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides home screen.
- On the file you want to use offline, click More.
- Click Available offline. A check mark will appear in the bottom left corner to show that the file is available offline.
Need additional help or have issues
For additional assistance contact the IT Services Technical Support Center via phone (907) 786-4646, toll-free at (877) 633-3888, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.