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Chromebook 101: Getting Startedby rafranz davis
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Collaborate via Drive on captured images. Creates a techsmith folder in Drive to hold images. Works with the Snagit Extension. chrome.google.com
Easy Access to your edmodo account chrome.google.com Secure social learning network for teachers and students
Highlight text and leave audio feedback within documents chrome.google.com
Quickly create collaborative walls where images, text, video, documents and web sources can be curated. chrome.google.com The easiest way to create and collaborate in the world
Take collaborative notes while watching a video. chrome.google.com The easiest way to take notes from videos. Everything synchronized!
Add voice and personality to any document or presentation. chrome.google.com Present your documents with video.
Chrome Menu Access typical browser menu. Access settings to manage users, history, extensions and enable cloud printing.
Print to drive. Enable cloud printing in settings to print to network printer.
Enable Cloud Printing through Chrome www.youtube.com
Manage appearance, date &time, system defaults and accessibility features
Each bar represents a new page of apps! Touch to switch or swipe!
Google search! Searches Chromebook and the web!
Status Area Between users, sign out. Check wifi connections. Access settings. Check Battery status. Power down. snag.gy
Explore Keyboard features and touchpad tricks! support.google.com Your Chromebook keyboard works just like a regular keyboard, with a few differences. Unique keys on your Chromebook keyboard Most of the keys on your Chromebook work the same as any other keyboard,
Previous page in browser history
next page in browser history
Reload current page
Open full screen mode
Switch to next window
Decrease screen brightness
Increase screen brightness
Alt + Up = Page Up
Alt + Down = Page Down
Ctrl + Alt + Up = Home
Ctrl + Alt + Down = End
Ctrl + F = Search current webpage
Ctrl + T = Opens new tab
Ctrl + N = Opens new window
Ctrl + tab = switch to your next tab
Alt + tab = Switch to your next window
Ctrl + W = close your current tab
Ctrl + Shift + Q (twice) = signs out of your google account
Ctrl + Shift + T = reopen the last tab you've closed! (Google remembers the last 10)
Press + Ctrl to take a screenshot of current page
Press + Ctrl to take a partial screenshot (area capture)
Alt + Shift + M = Open the files app
Ctrl + J = open the Downloads page
Shift+Alt+S = opens the status area in the bottom right corner of screen
Ctrl+Shift and + (increase screen scale)
Ctrl + Shift and - (Decrease screen scale)
Ctrl + C = Copy selected content to clipboard
Ctrl + V = Paste content from clipboard
Ctrl + X = Cut
Ctrl + Backspace = Delete the previous word
Alt + Backspace = Delete the next letter (forward delete)
Ctrl + Z = Undo your last action
Ctrl+Shift+V = Paste contents from clipboard as plain text
Ctrl+ Alt + "/" will show an interactive shortcut overlay!! snag.gy
Quick access to google search. Searches the chromebook and web!
Google voice search. Enable mic to search with voice.
Maximize, minimize or rearrange windows
Pin and unpin most used Apps
Preloaded with Google Drive Apps...Docs, Slides, Spreadsheets
Introducing the Chromebook www.youtube.com Chromebooks are built and optimized for the web, so you get a faster, simpler and more secure experience without all the headaches of ordinary computers. Tak...
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Getting Started with Your Chromebook Ebook www.chromestory.com
Google Drive OFFline access support.google.com If you know you'll be offline but you want to work on Google Docs, Sheets, or Slides, you can make Google Drive files available offline. Step 1: Make Google Drive available offline Connect to the
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Opens a window that keeps "Google Chrome" from storing search history or saving web data
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