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Start Me Up Review
Use this set as your study guide for the Start Me Up Unit.
Terms in this set (40)
an identification used by a person with access to a computer, network, or online service
identifies an email account to which email messages are delivered
the term Google uses for the address bar in Chrome
a marker for a web site in a browser
a toolbar in a browser with icons for your bookmarks
apps that run in your browser
add functionality to your browser
Shortcut to reply to a message in Gmail
Shortcut to open a message in Gmail
Shortcut to forward a message in Gmail
g then i
Shortcut to go to your inbox in Gmail
Shortcut to bcc (blind carbon copy) recipients in Gmail
Shortcut to cc (carbon copy) recipients in Gmail
Shortcut to search your messages in Gmail
Shortcut to compose a new message in Gmail
Shortcut to mark a message as important in Gmail
Shortcut to star/unstar a conversation in Gmail
Shortcut to reply to all recipients of a message in Gmail
Shortcut to archive a message in Gmail
Ctrl++ (plus sign)
Chrome shortcut to zoom in to make everything on the page appear larger.
Ctrl+- (minus sign)
Chrome shortcut to zoom out to make everything on the page appear smaller.
Chrome shortcut to return the page to normal zoom.
Chrome shortcut to reload a page
Chrome shortcut to open the Find bar
Chrome shortcut to open a new tab
Chrome shortcut to close a tab
Chrome shortcut to show/hide the bookmark bar
Chrome shortcut to go to your first open tab
Chrome shortcut to open Help in a new tab
Chrome shortcut to go to the next tab
Chrome shortcut to go to the previous tab
It's true. Google's spell checker automatically defaults to the most common spelling of a given word, whether or not you spell it correctly.
True or false: You don't have to know how to spell a word to search for it on Google.
Web history (www.google.com/history)
In Google Apps, where can you go for a log of websites you've visited, a timeline of your actions and the ability to search your own online history?
False. Search isn't case sensitive. A search for "new york times" is the same as a search for "New York Times".
True or false: You must use capital letters for proper nouns in Google Search.
In Google Search, what do you use to search for an exact phrase?
True. Search ignores punctuation. This includes @#%^*()=\ and other special characters.
True or false: You don't need to use punctuation in Google Search.
- (minus sign)
What do you put in front of a word to make Google ignore it in your search results?
Apple's mobile operating system for iPads and iPhones
Google's mobile operating system for smart phones and tablets
What is the best app for using Google Apps on an iOS device?
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