Google Docs keyboard shortcuts and the AdBlock menu

If typing in Google Docs and you press Ctrl+B to make something boldface, or you press Ctrl+F to open Chrome's text search box, but instead the AdBlock menu opens, it means a shortcut has been reassigned.  We're not sure how this happens, but it's easy to fix.

Remove a Keyboard Shortcut in Chrome:

1. Open chrome://extensions.

2. Click the hamburger menu (three vertical lines in the upper left-hand corner)

3. Select Keyboard shortcuts

4. To remove the shortcut, click the "x" at the edge of the box

Read more about using the AdBlock keyboard shortcuts here: Pausing and unpausing AdBlock using a keyboard shortcut or context menu command.


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