Ricky: Hello, my name is Ricky Enger, and today we're going to check out how to save PDF files in Microsoft Word documents in Google Docs. We're using the Chrome browser along with NVDA as our screen reader, but things are going to be pretty similar, no matter which browser and screen reader we're using.
In a previous workshop, we learned how to save our Google Docs files in other formats, and now we're gonna do just the opposite. Aside from being able to access our files and Google Docs from anywhere, there's a really awesome feature in Google Docs that's especially useful for PDFs.
Let's find out how it works. First, we're going to open a page that we haven't been introduced to yet in this series. So, we're in Google Chrome and we'll type drive.google.com.
NVDA: Drive.google.com select table.
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