Learn about the keyboard and touchpad features of your Chromebook.
The following are keys you may find on your keyboard's top row of buttons.
or Search your apps and the web.
To turn Caps Lock on or off, press Alt + Search or press Alt + Launcher .
Go to the previous page
Go to the next page
Refresh your current page
Make your page take up the full screen
Show all your open windows
Decrease screen brightness
Increase screen brightness
Turn off the sound
Lower the volume
Raise the volume
For additional information about Chromebook keyboard features, visit Google Support's Chromebook Help Section: Use Your Chromebook Keyboard.
Discover additional information about using keyboard shortcuts.
Click: Press the lower half of the touchpad. You can also tap the touchpad to click.
Right-click: Press the touchpad with two fingers, or hold down the Alt key while clicking with one finger.
Scroll: Place two fingers on the touchpad and move them up and down to scroll vertically, or left and right to scroll horizontally.
Swipe: Quickly move two fingers left or right to go backward or forward on web pages or while using apps.
Drag and drop: With one finger, click the item you want to move. With a second finger, move the item. Release both fingers to drop the item at its new location.
Zoom screen in or out: Touch and hold an area with 2 fingers. To zoom in, spread fingers apart. To zoom out, pinch fingers together.
See all open windows: Swipe up with three fingers to see. Swipe down with three fingers to close view.
Swipe between tabs: If you have multiple browser tabs open, you can also swipe left and right with three fingers to quickly move between tabs.
For additional information about Chromebook touchpad features, visit Google Support's Chromebook Help Section: Use Your Chromebook Touchpad.