In gmail when I click Shift-? a transparent keyboard shortcuts page pops up and overlays my regular page. It's great but it extends below the bottom of my screen and I can't move it up so I can't see the lower shortcuts. When I try to move the screen up the page under it moves only. Does anyone know a solution to that please? Thanks. ~Chuck
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Hi, David, I am James and I'm Gmail expert.It's not a big issue to find Gmail icon.Here I'm going to tell very clear steps to find Gmail icon on your device. Open your Gmail inbox with your browser helpCopy the text that mentions in address bar (see below if you don't know what that is)Go to the desktop and right-click, then choose New>Shortcut.Paste the web page address you copied into the 'Create Shortcut' dialogue.https://gonetech.net/gmail-technical-support-phone-number/
This is the step to find your Gmail icon.If you need more assistance then you also take help with Gmail technical support team.They will give you instant solution according to your problem.
If it is a Windows machine, you can right-click on the desktop. On the pull-down menu, select NEW, then SHORTCUT. When the Create Shortcut screen appears, in the location block, enter www.gmail.com, then press the NEXT button. On the next screen, name the shortcut GMAIL, then press the FINISH button.
What version of windows are you using? Windows 7 you can create a shortcut to your gmail account on the desktop. Download and save a Gmail Icon file (should be .ico from somewhere like http://findicons.com/search/gmail) then right click on the newly created shortcut on your desktop, choose properties, choose change icon under the shortcut tab, browse to where you icon was saved when you downloaded it and click on the file [your shortcut icon should now display your new icon]. Next click on your desktop shortcut holding your right mouse button and drag it to your task bar and release the right mouse button when pin to task bar is displayed.
In Windows 7 I can copy the Web address in my browser, when I have Gmail open to my inbox, and then right-click the Desktop and select New from the menu and then select Shortcut from the next menu. A dialog opens up and says, "Type the location of the item" but you just right-click in the box and paste the address you copied. Hit Next, and type in a display name for your shortcut. Call it Gmail. Hit Finish.
have you signed off your Gmail on your
tablet? if not,try that first, then go to Gmail.com
onactual computer and sign in, see what happens.
maybe the computer needs an update to
download gmail to your computer. look into whatever you can.
That depends on the system you are using. In earlier versions of windows I think you can right-click on the Gmail page and move the mouse to "create shortcut".
Windows 7 and later does not enable website shotcuts on the desktop, only the shortcut to the browser itself.
You can however set (one of) the Home page(s) of your browser to Gmail. This way, whenever your browser opens, you will see the gmail page.
If you need help with setting the home page of the browser, please be sure to note the browser's name and the system you use.
just drag the gmail icon from the address bar and drop it on your desktop.
- right click on your desktop - click on new --> shortcut - type "https:\\mail.google.com" (without the quotes) in the field when it asks for the path - click on "Next" - type a name for the shortcut, e.g. "Gmail" - click on "Finish"
This will open the Gmail login page in your default browser.