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Chrome book Screen half zoomed in

In the "Accessibility" section, select Manage accessibility features. Under "Display," **turn** on Enable docked magnifier. To choose your zoom level, next to "Docked zoom level," select Down arrow . At the top of your screen, you'll see the zoomed in area. You have enabled the "Docked Magnifier" [https://support.go…

Accessing Standardized Testing Using Chromebooks

_**Access Standardized Testing Apps on Chromebook**_ When students are testing either in MAP or the NJSLA apps it is not necessary for them to actually be logged into their assigned Chromebooks. Below are the steps that need to be taken so that students can access the NWEA Testing App or the Pearson TestNav app so th…

Common Chromebook Issues and Possible Solutions

Please refer to the list below for common Chromebook issues and their possible causes and/or solutions. These are not necessarily the only explanations or solutions but these are the most common. Should these methods not work please open a technology ticket by going to _[http://tech.pemb.org/new][1]_ and your building…

Helpful Chromebook Shortcuts

### Popular shortcuts * **Take a screenshot**: Press **Ctrl + Show Windows** ![][1] * **Take a partial screenshot**: Press **Shift + Ctrl + Show windows** ![][1], then click and drag. * **Take a screenshot on tablets**: Press **Power** button **+** **Volume down** button. * **To access more screenshot feature…

How to change ownership of google file

[https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2494892?co=GENIE.Platform%3DAndroid&h l=en][1] [1]: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2494892?co=GENIE.Platform%3DAndroid&hl=en

How to replace a chromebook key

##### How to fix laptop keyboard keys for the Asus Chromebook Flip Now, to install your new Asus Chromebook Flip laptop key, begin by orientating the retainer clip in the proper direction of the keyboard. Typically, the small plastic feet on the plastic hinge will be spaced appropriately for you to determine which di…

Scanning QR Codes using Chromebook Camera

## QR Code scanning (Chromebook must be at at least ChromeOS Version 89 or higher for this feature to be available) 1. Open Camera ![][1] . 2. On the right, select the QR ![][2] . 3. Center your on-screen QR Code in the QR Code finder window. 4. Once a QR Code is detected, a link and a copy button appears. …

iPad/Chromebook App Request

**_iPad/Chromebook App Request_** 1. Go to [http://tech.pemb.org/home/][1] 2. Click Submit Ticket 3. Under **_Category_** select your Building 4. Under **_Support Request Type _**select App Request (iPad or Chromebook) 5. Finish filling out Room Number, Best Time, and Priority 6. Under **_Subject _**pleas…

Set up Printing for Google Chrome & Chromebooks

# Print from Chrome You can print from Chrome using your computer or mobile device. With Google Cloud Print, you can make your printers available to you and anyone you choose. ## Set up Google Cloud Print To set up printing to your home printer or within your school building 1. Log in to a Windows computer (i.e.…

How to Turn On/Off Caps Lock on Chromebook

**TURN ON CAPS LOCK** Hit Alt + search (the magnifying glass or Assistant icon), the latter of which is in the place you'd look for a Caps Lock key. You'll see an arrow appear on the bottom right notifications bar and a pop-up will alert you that Caps Lock is on. **TURN OFF CAPS LOCK** **Tap Shift** to turn off Cap…

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