I have been using the forms feature in Google Docs a lot lately. The one thing I love about the service is that it’s now easy to embed into a webpage and you can do more customizing of the form it’s self, and the way you can visualize the data. The View Responses link reads your responses and shows you an over view of your data. It breaks any of your numerical data (or data that is entered by checkboxes, lists, etc., measurable results, not text) into charts and graphs. Here’s how you can view your responses in the summary view.
1. Click on the link that allows you to edit the form in Google Docs.
2. Click on the View Responses button.
3. Now you will see a break down of your form responses. You can print this out by going to the browser and selecting File —-> Print.