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2. Introduction to Google Workspace: Slides - Part 3

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The Google G Suite is a set of cloud-based apps that can be used to create documents.

spreadsheets, presentations, and more.

Earning your G Suite certification demonstrates your ability to use digital skills to work collaboratively and productively in a professional environment.

Completing this lesson on Google Slides will help prepare you for your G Suite Certification Exam.

Google Slides is a cloud-based presentation application that allows you to design slide decks and collaborate.

You can format text on your slides using smart-editing and styling tools.

You can also add and edit a variety of non-text elements, including images, videos, tables, and graphs and present your ideas to a large group, like a team meeting or a conference.

In this lesson, you will: Insert a table, Create a diagram, Add charts, and Share your presentation with others.

This lesson uses a planning presentation for a fundraiser organized by a community group.

But you can apply these skills in any presentation, whether it is for a business organization, a community group or just your family.

As you complete this lesson, you will add data to your Google Slides presentation.

Formatting information with charts, tables, and diagrams can make it easier for your audience to understand a lot of information.

Using these visual representations also can make your presentation more compelling.

For example, charts make your information and research clear and persuasive.

To work on this lesson, sign in to your Google account.

Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google dot com.

If you are not signed in, do so now.

If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one now.

If you have completed other Slides lessons for G Suite certification, open the presentation you created now.

If you have not worked on other lessons, open the starter project linked on the Applied Digital Skills website.

Now, it’s your turn: Log in to your Google account, and Open the practice presentation you created in the previous lesson.


  1. Log in to your Google account.
  2. Open your practice presentation.