Tech, Teaching, and Tips from the HHS Media Center

Chrome Commands to Help your Workflow

Many Microsoft keyboard shortcuts are also available in Chrome. Some of the more popular ones are as follows:

  • Crtl+C (Copy)
  • Crtl+X (Cut)
  • Crtl+V (Paste)
  • Crtl+Z (Undo)
  • Crtl+P (Print)
  • Crtl+B (Bold)
  • While not a shortcut, it is helpful to know that you can RIGHT CLICK on a Chromebook by tapping in the upper right area of the mouse pad with TWO FINGERS. :-)

There are also some shortcuts that are Different than those in Microsoft:

  • Add a quick link in your Google doc, use: Crtl+K (To simply insert the link, use the shortcut and it will show the entire URL link. If you want to make the link tied to a particular word or phrase, highlight the the desired passage first.)
  • Find a word of phrase in your doc, use: Crtl+F
  • Get a Google keystroke cheat sheet, use: Crtl+/ (If you remember only one shortcut this is the one you need!)
  • Open new tab in Chrome, use: Crtl+T
  • Open a tab you accidentally closed while browsing Chrome, use: Crtl+Shift+T