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Create a form from a Google spreadsheet: Click the Tools drop-down menu, scroll to Form, and select Create a form. The form responses will be collected in the tab from which you create the form. 2. In the form template that opens, you can add any questions and options you'd like.
Open a form in Google Forms. In the top left under Responses, click Summary. In the top right, click More. Select response destination. Choose an option: Create a new spreadsheet: Creates a spreadsheet for responses in Google Sheets. Click Create or Select.
Create a form from a Google spreadsheet: Click the Tools drop-down menu, scroll to Form, and select Create a form. The form responses will be collected in the tab from which you create the form. 2. In the form template that opens, you can add any questions and options you'd like.
Google Forms are very useful to let people submit new data in a spreadsheet but you can also use a form to let people update previous entries, clicking on the "Edit entry" button: All you need for that is to store the unique URL letting you edit each form's response.
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You can show all of the comments in the currently open spreadsheet tab by either hovering over or clicking on the comments icon on the sheet tab at the bottom. Clicking keeps them open while you move your mouse around or scroll. If you hover, the comments are hidden again as soon as you move your mouse.
Click on the Comments button at the top of a Google Doc to see all comments and discussions that have taken place in a document or presentation.
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