Can students upload photos to Google classroom?
If your student wrote out the answers to the work on paper, the student can submit photos of work on Google Classroom. If using a phone to take photos of the work, take the photos first. Once logged in, touch the class the student wants to enter. Touch File to add your photo.
How do I take a picture with my Chromebook camera?
First, open the Camera app on your Chromebook. You’ll find it under the launcher menu. Tap the “Search” button on the keyboard and search for “Camera.” Alternatively, click the “All Apps” button and look for the camera icon. Once the app opens, click the shutter button, located on the right side, to snap a picture.
How do you save a picture on a Chromebook without right click?
Hover over the image you want to save and then tap on the touchpad with two fingers. This will open up a menu, select the Save Image As option. Or you can hover over the image you want, press down the alt button, and using a single finger tap on the touchpad. This will bring up a menu, select the Save Image As option.
How do I right click?
One way to right click on a Mac is to press the Ctrl (or Control) key when you tap the mouse button, or the trackpad. Don’t confuse the Ctrl key with the Alt (or Option) key. The Ctrl key on a Mac is not the one next to the space bar, it’s at the far end of the keyboard, on either the right or left side.
How do I right click on a touchpad without buttons?
If you want to right-click on a laptop without using the trackpad, you can do it using a keyboard shortcut. Position the cursor and hold down “Shift” and press “F10” to right-click. Some laptops also have a specific key called a “Menu” key that can be used for right-clicking.
How do I right click without a mouse?
So what happens if your mouse breaks and you can’t right-click. Thankfully Windows has a universal keyboard shortcut that does a right-click wherever your cursor is located. The key combination for this shortcut is Shift + F10.
Why can’t my mouse right click?
Restarting File Explorer might fix the problem with the right button of your mouse. You will need to run Task Manager: press the Ctrl + Shift + Esc keys on your keyboard. In the Task Manager window, find “Windows Explorer” under “Processes” tab and select it. Click “Restart”, and Windows Explorer will be restarted.