Chromebook shortcuts test table page
Since Chromebooks were first introduced in June 2011, they have gained acceptance in a world dominated by Windows and Mac machines. However, Chromebooks' power, price point and Google Apps for Education have combined to make them widely adopted by school districts across the country.
The Chromebook OS is only a little different in appearance and function from the Windows and Apple's OS X. Most of the same features are still available, just hidden behind key combinations.
Here are a few of the most useful keyboard combinations for your Zoom/Meet classes.
|Sign out of your Google Account||Press Shift + Ctrl + q (twice)|
|Lock your screen||Press Search + L or press Launcher + L|
|Take a screenshot||Press or press Ctrl + Show Windows|
|Take a partial screenshot||Press Alt + Screenshot , then click and drag. Or press Shift + Ctrl + Show windows , then click and drag.|
|Magnify your whole screen||Ctrl + Search + m (or) Ctrl + Launcher + m|
|Magnify part of your screen||Ctrl + Search + d (or) Ctrl + Launcher + d|
|Dock a window to the left or the right side of your screen||Left = Alt + [
Right=Alt + ]
|Caps Lock on/off||Alt + Search|
|Make items appear larger and smaller on your screen||Larger = Ctrl + Shift and +
Smaller= Ctrl + Shift and -
Reset= Ctrl + Shift and )
|Screen reader||Ctrl + Alt + Z|
|Configure display settings when using an external monitor||Ctrl + Immersive Mode/F4|