Let’s say you use a Google Form in class to collect information. You open the document that gets created, and go to “Reponses.” You click “View responses”…
Now you have a spreadsheet of your results that looks like this. But oh no!:
- In your hard-to-read spreadsheet, go up to “Add-ons” and then choose “Save As Doc.”
- After you click “Start,” you can:
- Now click “Save as Doc”! You can view it right away. If you don’t like the looks of it, adjust and do it again.
- Be sure you move your Google Doc to the folder where you’d like to keep it, or you may have trouble locating it again.
Text wrapping in Google Forms spreadsheets
As long as we’re talking about the output of a Google Form, I might as well toss this one out there. If you would like to use the spreadsheet as-is, one quick and easy thing you can do to make it more reader-friendly is to put your cursor on the top of the column where you’d like to show all of the text (figure 1), then click on text wrapping (figure 2).