Launch - April 12th am cst
Now, you can learn what I've learned and create your own Journals, Planners, Workbooks and more!
I've spent the last year teaching myself how to use more of the aspects of my free tool to create more and different types of digital and for-print products.
When I started, there were no online training videos on Youtube for using this tool in the way I wanted, so I learned by digging in and trying things as I created.
Many folks think that you can't do much with a completely free tool and when I started, I wasn't sure this tool would produce print quality files. But, I've learned how to do just that using one additional free tool.
To be very honest, I had never used Google Slides, and wanted to see how it could be used with the PLR planners that we produce, and it definitely seems like a much better way to edit our templates than Word!
Melody - PLRoftheMonth.club
I'd spent years paying others for planners and workbooks that didn't quite fit what I needed. My daughters both had health issues that needed tracking and I desperately wanted to learn how to create the tracking pages we needed.
So, when I had the opportunity to learn to use Powerpoint to create them myself, I was excited, to say the least.
But, I did it without buying Powerpoint to work with and instead used a free tool. The course I learned from was fantastic and the controls close enough between my tool and powerpoint that I was able to teach myself how to do much of the same process.
I agree about Powerpoint. I bought it at one point and just found it confusing and messy compared to the tool I use. Now, I'm not knocking Powerpoint. It's a fantastic tool and much less expensive than software like Photoshop. It can also do a few things that my tool can't (or that I haven't found out how to do yet). But, this tool can do everything you need in order to create fantastic, fun, pretty or elegant templates, and it's free!
There's more included too like;
Plus, you'll find additional free or very low-cost tools that will help you convert the files to be good enough to print at platforms like Amazon and Lulu.
Adjusting the editor
Creating Boxes for Text or Color
How To Space out elements evenly
Shapes - Alignment
Text - adjust font, color, size
Colors - custom - solid - gradient
Note Pages 2 ways
Loading Zip Files, Unzipping them (in google drive)
Converting Powerpoint to google slide files
Downloading your saved files
Preserving Print Quality using this Tool
We use Google Classroom. You can ask your questions and leave comments under each module. You'll have direct access to me and the rest of the class students who can help you work through each video module.
You'll also have access to the class drive folder where you can copy and save the files I create during the training.
Jenn - what you are saying is so helpful and encouraging!
This was so much valuable information. Thanks, Jenn.
Thanks so much! It helps to watch rather than just read how to do certain activities!
PDF - with instructions to join the classroom, Tips + Tools.
Immediate access to all video modules.
Immediate access to the files created during teaching, class syllabus.
Lifetime access including any videos made in the future!
As soon as you pay and log in, is when it starts.
You also get lifetime access.
This is a go at your own pace course.
Nope. But, you DO need a free Google Account.
I also recommend that you use the Chrome browser.
Everything I teach can be done with no further cost. If you want to make things quicker or fancier, you can pay for upgrades, but they are not needed.
After payment, you'll get a PDF with link and code to join the classroom, along with further instructions and an email.
Send an email to email@example.com or use our contact form at planningaddicts.com.