Gene, thanks. I'll take a look.
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At 07:02 AM 8/9/2018, Gene, wrote:
If you do a Google
search for Chrome shortcut keys, you will see a lot of entries concerning
that subject. I haven't looked at pages and I can't recommend
any. But you should find many accessible pages.
There are some shortcut keys you may want to know but in
general, if you already know how to use shortcut keys for common tasks in
other browsers, the same keys are used. Control d opens the save
book mark dialog. Control j opens the download dialog. Alt f,
press and hold alt, then type f, opens the only menu in the
program. There are submenus but that's the only main menu.
As you up and down arrow in the main menu, you will hear
shortccut commands. I don't think control commands are announced,
however. Control takes you to the address bar, I forgot to mention
that one before.
Also, I have been calling these things dialogs. Chrome
doesn't use dialogs for most of these structures, they are displayed as
web pages. Do you know how to use Chrome in general? That is
much more important to learn when you are beginning than to look at a
long list of short cut commands. I believe a list member has
created a tutorial for Chrome. If you want it, ask here and the
person will send it to you.
----- Original Message -----
From: john s
Sent: Thursday, August 09, 2018 5:32 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] Chrome shortcut keys?
Does anyone have the Chrome shortcut keys in text format? I saw an
article in the help center about learning shortcut keys but it must
have been graphics because I couldn't read it.