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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When Form 2220 Attach

Instructions and Help about When Form 2220 Attach

Music is a fantastic tool for grabbing all those ideas, notes, and thoughts in one centralized location. Especially if you are using Keep on your mobile device, you can quickly add a number of notes in a single day. If you're already a user of Keep, there's a pretty good chance that you also make use of Docs, particularly the Docs application for creating reports or writing articles. Maybe you take meeting notes within Docs. Today, I want to show you the relationship between Docs and Keep and how they integrate with each other. You can actually access both from either application. Let's start by taking a look at Docs. Here, I've started a new article. Let's say I've captured a number of ideas within my Keep account. I may have some images, notes, and a rough draft of a great article. To access that information, all we need to do is select "Tools" and about halfway down, we have an option that says "Keep Notepad." If we select that, a mini version of all our Keep notes appears on the right-hand side of the screen. From there, we can search, add new notes, and even edit notes directly from this view. Now, when I have some text, say the startings of an article or a few points, I can select the three dots and click "Add to Document." Now, my text is immediately here within my Docs environment. The same goes for images. I can simply click and drag the image into the document. Let's talk about checklists. When you take a checklist into Docs, it will convert it into a bulleted list. You can edit it however you like. All the information, whether it's in the form of text, images, or notes, can be pulled directly into your document....