Now that you’ve created and reviewed your proposal, it’s time to apply a few finishing
touches and publish it.
Publishing your document allows you to make it available to a wider audience.
In the case of your proposal, you might publish it in a different format or on a company website
to get input or approval.
In this video, you’ll: Check your document for spelling errors.
Publish your document to the web.
First, check your document for spelling errors.
Google Docs underlines misspelled words in red.
To correct a misspelled word, right click and select the correct spelling.
Or, use the spell check tool.
This will allow you to identify and correct all spelling errors in your proposal.
After checking for and correcting any spelling errors, publish your proposal.
Google Docs allows you to choose how to make your documents available, depending on what
kind of communication you are trying to accomplish.
To circulate a document to a small audience and manage the permissions, use the share
This is a good idea if your document contains sensitive, proprietary, or confidential information,
only the people whose email addresses you enter can view, edit, or comment on the
To make the document to be available to a larger audience, publish the file.
Anyone with the provided link can access your document.
You might share your proposal: using social media,
By pasting the link into an email or chat, or
By publishing it on a company or personal website.
You can unpublish your document at any time by selecting “stop publishing.”
You can also download your document in different formats, such as a PDF or Microsoft Word document.
This allows you to share information and communicate with people who use different computer systems
or software programs, or who have specific needs for how they receive and view documents.
Now, it’s your turn: Check your document for spelling errors.
Publish the document to the web.
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