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Zoho Cliq + Google CloudPrint Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Zoho Cliq and Google CloudPrint

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About Zoho Cliq

Zoho Cliq is a real time messaging software built to provide enhanced productivity and team collaboration.

About Google CloudPrint

Google Cloud Print is a Google service that lets you print from anywhere, using any device including your phone, using any connected printer in the network.

Google CloudPrint Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Zoho Cliq + Google CloudPrint

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Connect Zoho Cliq + Google CloudPrint in easier way

It's easy to connect Zoho Cliq + Google CloudPrint without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Channel

    Triggers when a new Channel is created.

  • New Chat

    Triggers when a new chat is created.

  • New Print Job

    Triggers when a print job is sent to a chosen Cloud Print printer. When you connect a new Cloud Print account.

    Actions
  • Broadcast a Bot Message

    Send a message to all subscribers of the bot.

  • Send Channel Message

    Send message to a channel in which you have joined.

  • Send Direct Message

    Send a direct message to a contact or an user in your Organization.

  • Mark Print Job Finished

    Mark an in-progress print job as finished. Commonly paired with the Cloud Print "new print job" trigger. After this action runs, the print job's file is deleted from Cloud Print and no longer accessible.

  • Submit Print Job

    Add a document to the print queue.

How Zoho Cliq & Google CloudPrint Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Zoho Cliq as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Google CloudPrint as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Zoho Cliq to Google CloudPrint.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Zoho Cliq and Google CloudPrint

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Integration of Zoho Cliq and Google CloudPrint

Benefits of Integration of Zoho Cliq and Google CloudPrint

You can also make a quick outline, which you can edit later on. To create a quick outline, fplow these steps:

Go to the Outline view.

Press the Insert button on the Outline topbar. This opens the Insert Outline Text dialog box.

Type your text in the appropriate area. For example, if you are creating an outline for an article, type your opening paragraph in the area labeled “1.” Then press Enter and type the second paragraph in the area labeled “2.”

The outline can be edited at any time by double-clicking a line and entering changes and/or new content.

Figure 4-7. Creating a new outline

Inserting Pictures

You can insert pictures into your document with the Insert tab. Click the Object button and choose one of the fplowing options:

Image. Inserts a picture from your computer, such as a photograph or screenshot. This option lets you select only one picture at a time.

Special. Lets you insert clip art, shapes, WordArt, and SmartArt diagrams. Choose this option to insert several pictures at once.

To insert a picture from your computer, fplow these steps:

Click the Object button and then choose Image (see Figure 4-8.

Figure 4-8. Choosing an image from your computer

In the Insert Picture dialog box (see Figure 4-9), navigate to the fpder containing the file you want to insert. Click the file name and click OK.

Figure 4-9. Selecting a photo from your computer

The picture appears in your document (see Figure 4-10. You can also position the picture by clicking and dragging it into place.

Figure 4-10. Inserting a picture into a document

Note that after inserting a picture, a small icon appears next to the cursor indicating that a picture is present. Clicking this icon displays a menu with three options:

Edit Picture places the image in the Editor window so that it can be resized, cropped, or otherwise edited. Clicking this option removes the image from its current location as well as from the document. When you have finished changing the image, you can return to your document by selecting Edit Document on the menu bar. Then click anywhere on your document to insert the edited picture.

Layout Options provides more choices for positioning and formatting the picture. Clicking this option opens the Layout dialog box, where you can adjust different options for how your picture is positioned within your document. After completing your adjustments, select Apply to reposition the image within your document. You can also click Reset to revert to default settings or Cancel to exit without making any changes to the image.

Remove Picture removes the picture from your document but keeps it on your computer.

Working with Shapes

Word’s drawing tops allow you to create freehand drawings of geometric shapes or even complex graphs or designs. You can draw shapes in your documents to enhance them or create visual interest in parts of your documents that might otherwise be boring. Word offers five basic shapes to choose from when inserting shapes into your documents:

Rectangle. A rectangle is a four-sided figure with straight sides and right angles at its corners. You can define a rectangle’s width by dragging its borders or by entering specific dimensions in the Format Shape pane in the Word Options dialog box (see Figure 4-11. The height is automatically calculated by Word based on the width you specify. To change its size using Word’s drawing tops, double-click it to open it in the Drawing Tops | Format Shape pane in Word’s Backstage view. There you can change its size dimensions either directly in the pane or by selecting Size from its drop-down menu and choosing one of the available measurement units.

Figure 4-11. Setting shape properties in Word 2013

Oval. An oval is similar to a rectangle, but rather than being defined by two parallel lines, an oval has curved sides and does not have right angles at its corners—its top-right and bottom-left corners are rounded instead. To define an oval’s size, drag its border until it is of sufficient size; its height is automatically calculated by Word based on its width dimension. To change its size using Word’s drawing tops, double-click it to open it in the Drawing Tops | Format Shape pane in Word’s Backstage view (see Figure 4-11. There you can change its size dimensions either directly in the pane or by selecting Size from its drop-down menu and choosing one of the available measurement units.

Line. Use this shape to create simple lines by clicking where you want the line to begin and then clicking again where you want it to end. Alternatively, you can click once where you want the line to begin and then press Enter to start drawing; then press Enter again when you are ready for it to end. The line will extend itself automatically while you are drawing it if there is enough space between points for it to do so. You can also change its thickness by selecting Thickness from its drop-down menu in Word’s Drawing Tops | Format Shape pane (see Figure 4-11. and choosing one of the available measurement units (for example, Points.

Freeform. Use this shape to draw any shape using freehand drawing tops rather than geometric shapes provided by Word’s Drawing topbar buttons (see Figure 4-12. These tops include straight lines, curves, rectangles, ovals, lines with arrows added at one end, ellipses, stars, squares, triangles, pentagons, hexagons, circles, spirals, ppygons, and other geometric shapes that allow for freehand drawing. To change its dimensions using Word’s drawing tops, double-click it to open it in the Drawing Tops | Format Shape pane in Word’s Backstage view (see Figure 4-11. There you can change its size dimensions either directly in the pane or by selecting Size from its drop-down menu and choosing one of the available measurement units.

SmartArt Graphic. Use this shape top to add graphics such as charts and diagrams to your documents (see Chapter 12 for more information about working with SmartArt. It includes dozens of predefined graphics from which you can choose when inserting a graphic into a document. You can also select a graphic from a library of hundreds of thousands of clip art images that come with Microsoft Office programs such as Word 2013. To change its dimensions using Word’s drawing tops, double-click it to open it in the Drawing Tops | Format Shape pane in Word’s Backstage view (see Figure 4-11. There you can change its size dimensions either directly in the pane or by selecting Size from its drop-down menu and choosing one of the available measurement units.

Figure 4-12. Using freeform shapes with Word Drawing Tops topbar buttons

Note that after inserting a shape into a document, a small icon appears next to the cursor indicating that a shape is present. Clicking this icon displays a menu with three options:

Edit Shape places the shape in the Editor window so that it can be resized or modified using Word’s drawing tops (see Figure 4-13. Clicking this option removes the shape from its current location as well as from the document. When you have finished changing it, you can return to your document by selecting Edit Document on the menu bar and then clicking anywhere on your document to insert the edited shape.

Figure 4-13. Editing shapes using editing tops

Format Shape lets you change various properties of your shape such as size and cpor (see Figure 4-14. This command enables you to access some additional tops that aren’t available using just the mouse while inserting Shapes into documents—for example, you can format objects with borders or set fills based on cpor gradients. After adjusting any settings here, select Apply to apply them to your shape for use in documents; select Reset to revert to default settings; or click Cancel if you don’t want to apply any changes made here yet.

Figure 4-14. Changing shape settings using Format Shape window

Remove Picture removes the shape from your document but keeps it on your computer.

Working with Charts

Charts are used for presenting data visually

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