Re: Tutorial for Google Chrome?

Steve Nutt

Hi Ann,

One very interesting thing you can do with Chrome that David missed out of
his tutorial completely, is that you can get to all these settings using
URLs, just like opening a web page.

I'll give you two examples.

Firstly, if you want to get to History, you can type: chrome://history in
the address bar.

Second, if you want to go to settings, the same format applies, you can type

Another tip, to get from the address bar to a web site, after pressing Alt-D
to see what address you have, press F6.

Finally, and best of all, the tutorial doesn't mention that you can search
directly from the address bar. To do this, simply type your search term
into the address bar, then press enter. You will get Google search results.

I hope this helps.

All the best


-----Original Message-----
From: <> On Behalf Of Ann Byrne
Sent: 14 August 2018 02:49
Subject: Re: Tutorial for Google Chrome?

Thank you, David, for all of your tutorials. I know when I see one with
your name on it that it will be thorough and accurate ... and
understandable. (smiley) At 08:26 PM 8/13/2018, you wrote:
I wrote a text tutorial for using the Google Chrome browser.
I will paste a drop box link right below, that will allow you to
download the text tutorial right to your computer.
It is just a plain text file, and I take you through all that a screen
reader will say as you do each step.
It will help a lot.
Here is the link:

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From: <>Ann Byrne
Sent: Monday, August 13, 2018 9:19 PM
To: <>
Subject: Tutorial for Google Chrome?

Does anyone have a tutorial for Google Chrome ? My student has a new
job requiring her to use it instead of internet explorer, and would
appreciate written instruction on what to do next.



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