Ricky: Hello, my name is Ricky Enger and today, we're going to take a look at a few tips and tricks for making our Google Docs experience even better and more efficient. We'll be using the Chrome Web browser and the NVDA Screen Reader but things are gonna be pretty similar, no matter which browser and Screen Reader we're using. You know, Google Docs really is a powerful tool, and we've learned a lot about the cool things it can do over the past few workshops in this series. There's lots more we haven't discovered though. So let's look at just a few of the features we haven't explored yet. Let's start by making our Google Docs homepage a little easier to navigate. So, we'll open our page at docs.google.com.
Screen Reader: Docs.google.com selected. Recent documents list.
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