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Workshop Webinar: Google Scripts for Advanced Users

A couple weeks ago I covered Google Scripts in the classroom as my topic of the week. I also did a workshop on it last Friday during the high school's professional development day. Recording the webinar of it finally reached the top of my lengthy to do list, so here it is. Because I used Screencast-o-matic to record it and couldn't see the time I had taken, it stopped recording right at the very end due to the 15 minute maximum. But I think it gives you a good idea as to what is possible with Google Scripts and Add-ons. Please come and visit me if you'd like to get started so that I can help you accomplish what you want to do.

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