As technology changes at an astounding rate, and given how many people are making how-to tutorials in video and print, making how-to tutorials has fallen by the wayside. Why bother making a tutorial for teachers if you can just find them online in infinite variety and languages?

http://www.inpics.net/index.html

Thanks to inpictures, these tutorials are available for free to educators:

My company creates illustration-based computer tutorials that are free for any teacher or student to use. Around the Corner readers might appreciate knowing about them.
The tutorials are available at www.inpics.net. They were developed through a research study funded by the U.S. Dept. of Education.
We’ve recently created many new tutorials, several on Google Drive applications. Considering the rapid adoption of Google Apps in schools, this might be of interest to readers of your blog. 

That aside, you may want to check these tutorials out. Although MS Office and OpenOffice tutorials are available, you can also find some for:

Google Drive Apps

Google DocsGoogle SheetsGoogle Slides

Here’s one of the pictures from the GoogleSheets tutorial:


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