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Dell Chromebook 13 3380



Pemberton Twp. School District

Technology Dept.

148 Arney’s Mount Road

Pemberton,NJ 08068

Table of Contents


What Are Chromebooks?4

Signing In To Your Chromebook5

Connecting Your Chromebook to Wi-Fi at Home6

Accessing Apps & Extensions7

Connecting Your Printer to Your Chromebook at Home9

Setting Up Classic Printing on Chromebook10

Setting Up Google Cloud Printing on Chromebook11

Managing Files on the Chromebook12

Find and open a file12

Save a file12

Managing Files on the Chromebook Video Tutorial13

Chromebook ShortcutsReference Sheet14

Issues You May Experience with the Chromebook18

Care of the Chromebook19

Specifics on the Chromebook20




Welcome to PTHS. You’ve just been issued a Dell Chromebook by the Pemberton Twp. School District & Pemberton Twp. Technology Dept. This tutorial will help you on how to use the Chromebook. The equipment that you’ve been issued are as follows:

  • Dell Chromebook

  • Charger

  • Targus Laptop Bag


If you have any questions, please stop by the Tech Office at PTHS in Rm 201. Again, welcome to PTHS & we hope that you have a successful school year at PTHS.  

What Are Chromebooks?


Signing In To Your Chromebook


Every student in PTSD has a Google Account which was created by the PTSD Technology Dept. Each student will log into their Chromebook with their student Google Account. When the Chromebook is turned on in school, it automatically connects to the PTHS Wi-Fi Network. The instructions for logging into the Chromebook are as follows:


  1. In the Username window, enter [email protected]. Example, if your student id is 123654, you will enter [email protected]

  2. In the Password window, enter your password. The password is the same

password you use to log into any computer in PTSD.


The Sign-In Window looks the image below



If you forgot your password to log into your Google Account, contact your teacher & he or she will contact the PTHS Technology Dept. to get your password reset. Once the student’s password is reset, they’ll be prompted to change their password. The password will be reset to Pemberton with a capital P. The new password that the student creates must be at least8 characters long & the new password can’t be a password that was previously used. If the student never logged into their Google Account, the default password for students to log into their Google Account is Pemberton#1. The P is capitalized. The student will be prompted to change the password to something that they’ll remember. Once your password has been changed, keep your password in a safe place & DON’T share your password with anyone.


Connecting Your Chromebook to Wi-Fi at Home


When the Chromebook is turned on in school, it automatically connects to the PTHS Wi-Fi Network but when you turn on your Chromebook at home, you must connect your Chromebook to your Home Wi-Fi Network. In order to connect the Chromebook to your Wi-Fi Network at home, the instructions are as follows:


  1. Turn on your Chromebook.

  2. Click on your Account Photo.

  3. Click No Network.

  4. To turn on Wi-Fi, click on switch.

  5. Your Chromebook will automatically look for available networks and show them to you in a list.

  6. Click on your Wi-Fi Network & enter the password to access Wi-Fi- Network

  7. Click Connect


*This process only has to be done once. Once the Chromebook connects to the Wi-Fi Network at home, it’ll connect automatically every time you turn the Chromebook.

Accessing Apps & Extensions


The Pemberton Twp. School District installed Apps & Extensions for Chrome on the Chromebook. In order to access the apps & extensions, follow the steps below:


  1. Log into the Chromebook with your student username & password.

  2. Once you’ve logged into the Chromebook, click on the Launcher icon that looks like a Black circle with a small white circle inside it. It’s located in the lower left hand corner. The icon looks like the image below:


  1. Once you click on the icon, the window (image below) will appear.


  1. Click on the icon “ALL APPS” & you will see all of the apps & extensions installed on your Chromebook.

Connecting Your Printer to Your Chromebook at Home


While you’re in school, you will not be able to print with your Chromebook. Students are expected to submit their assignments to their teachers electronically via email, Google Classroom, or sharing their documents with their teacher via Google Drive & Google Docs. At home, you have the ability to connect your Chromebook to your printer. There are two ways to connect your Chromebook to your printer. The two methods of installing a printer to the Chromebook is Classic Printing & Google Cloud Printing. If you’re going to use Google Cloud Printing, your printer has Google Cloud compatible. If you don’t know if your printer is Google Cloud compatible, visit & click on the link Cloud-Ready Printers & you can see if your printer is Google Cloud compatible. Follow the steps listed below & if you have any issues connecting the printer to the Chromebook, feel free to watch the videos, which will walk you through on connecting your printer to the Chromebook.

  1. Click your account photo.

  2. Click Settings ettings.

  3. At the bottom, click Advanced.

  4. In the "Printing" section, click Printers.

  5. Click Add Printer.

  6. Enter your printer information:

    • Name: Type any name.

    • Address: Type your printer’s IP address.

    • Protocol: For most printers, the supported connection protocol is IPP.

    • Queue: For most printers, the queue is IPP/Print.

  7. Click Add.

  8. In the box that appears, choose your printer manufacturer and model.

    • To find this info, look at the label on your printer.

    • If you don’t see your printer in the list, check your printer info for its "printer language" or "emulation." Then choose the "Generic" option that looks similar.

    • If you have your printer driver, click Browse to upload it. The file must be 250 kb or smaller.

  9. Click Add.

Setting Up Classic Printing on Chromebook

Setting Up Google Cloud Printing on Chromebook

Managing Files on the Chromebook


When you used the computers in your respective school, you saved your files locally on the computer or your H drive. You will have the option of saving your files on the H drive by using the Network File Sharing app installed on the Chromebook. Students can access their H drive when they’re in school but they’re not able to access the H drive when they out of district. When using the Chromebook, you can save & manage files in two different ways. You can save your files in the Downloads folder & Google Drive. The Downloads folder is meant to be temporary storage area for saving files so we strongly suggest that you save your files on to your Google Drive because you’ll be able to access your files at school & out of district. The following steps & video tutorial will show you how to manage files on the Chromebook.

Find and open a file

  1. On your desktop, click the Launcher Launcher.

  2. Click Files Files app.

  3. On the left, choose the place where your file is saved.

  4. Find your file and double-click it to open.

If you're opening a file on an external storage device, remove the device safely when you're done by clicking Eject Eject.

Save a file

To save the page, image, or document you're viewing:

  1. Press Ctrl + S.

  2. At the bottom, type a name for your file.

  3. In the left column, choose where you'd like to save your file:

    • Downloads (a temporary folder on your Chromebook's hard drive)

    • Google Drive

    • An external storage device (if you have one connected to your Chromebook)

    • Another cloud file system

  4. Click Save.


Managing Files on the Chromebook Video Tutorial

Chromebook ShortcutsReference Sheet


Tabs and Windows


Open a new window


Open a new window in incognito mode


Open a new tab


Open a file in the browser


Sign out of your Google Account on Chrome OS


Close the current tab


Close the current window


Reopen the last tab you've closed. Google Chrome remembers the last 10 tabs you've closed.

Ctrl+1 through Ctrl+8

Go to the tab at the specified position in the window


Go to the last tab in the window

Alt+1 through Alt+8

Go to the window at the specified position


Go to the last window open


Go to the next tab in the window


Go to the previous tab in the window


Go to the next window you have open


Go to the previous window you have open

Click and hold the Back or Forward arrow in the browser toolbar

See your browsing history for the tab

Backspace, or press Alt and the left arrow

Go to previous page in your browsing history.

Shift+Backspace, or press Alt and the right arrow

Go to the next page in your browsing history.

Press Ctrl and click a link

Open the link in a new tab in the background

Press Ctrl+Shift and click a link

Open the link in a new tab and switch to the newly opened tab

Press Shift and click a link

Open the link in a new window

Drag a link to a tab

Open the link in the tab

Drag a link to a blank area on the tab strip

Open the link in a new tab

Type a URL in the address bar, then press Alt+Enter

Open the URL in a new tab

Press Esc while dragging a tab

Return the tab to its original position


Locks your screen

Page Shortcuts

Press Alt and up arrow

Page up

Press Alt and down arrow

Page down

Space bar

Scroll down the web page

Press Ctrl+Alt and up arrow


Press Ctrl+Alt and down arrow



Print your current page


Save your current page


Reload your current page


Reload your current page without using cached content

Ctrl and +

Zoom in on the page

Ctrl and -

Zoom out on the page


Reset zoom level


Stop the loading of your current page

Press Alt and click a link

Open the link in a new tab in the background


Save your current webpage as a bookmark


Save all open pages in your current window as bookmarks in a new folder

Drag a link to bookmarks bar

Save the link as a bookmark


Open the find bar to search your current page

Ctrl+G or Enter

Go to the next match for your input in the find bar

Ctrl+Shift+G or Shift+Enter

Go to the previous match for your input in the find bar

Ctrl+K or Ctrl+E

Perform a search. Type a search term after the question mark in the address bar and press Enter.


Add www. and .com to your input in the address bar and open the resulting URL


Take a screenshot of your current page

Ctrl+ Shift+

Take a partial screenshot


View page source


Toggle the display of the Developer Tools panel


Toggle the display of the DOM Inspector

Browser Settings


Toggle the display of the bookmarks bar. Bookmarks appear on the New Tab page if the bar is hidden.


Open the Files app


Display hidden files in the Files app


Open the History page


Open the Downloads page


Open the Task Manager


Open the list of available keyboard shortcuts


Go to the Help Center


Configure monitor display


Place focus on the status area in the top-right corner of the screen. Use the actions listed for Shift+Alt+T to move the focus.


Place focus on the browser toolbar

  • Press Tab or the right arrow to focus on the next item in the toolbar

  • Press Shift+Tab or the left arrow to focus on the previous item in the toolbar

  • Press Ctrl+Alt and the up arrow to focus on the first item in the toolbar

  • Press Ctrl+Alt and the down arrow to focus on the last item in the toolbar

  • Press Space or Enter to activate buttons, including page actions and browser actions

  • Press Shift + to open the context menu for the button (if available).

  • Press Esc to return focus to the page

Ctrl + or Ctrl +

Switches focus to the next keyboard-accessible pane. Panes include:

  • Status bar containing the time, network icon, and battery icon in the upper-right corner of the screen

  • Address bar

  • Bookmarks bar (if visible)

  • The main web content (including any infobars)

  • Downloads bar (if visible)


Place focus on the bookmarks bar. Use the actions listed for Shift+Alt+T to move the focus.

Alt+E or Alt+F

Open the wrench menu on the browser toolbar


Enable or disable accessibility features if you're not signed in with a Google


Account. If you're signed in, you can configure the accessibility feature on the Settings page.

Text Editing


Select everything on the page

Ctrl+L or Alt+D

Select the content in the address bar

Press Ctrl+Shift and right arrow

Select next word or letter

Press Ctrl+Shift and left arrow

Select previous word or letter

Press Ctrl and right arrow

Move to the end of the next word

Press Ctrl and left arrow

Move to the start of the previous word

Press Alt and up arrow

Page up

Press Alt and down arrow

Page down

Press Ctrl+Alt and up arrow


Press Ctrl+Alt and down arrow



Copy selected content to the clipboard


Paste content from the clipboard


Paste content from the clipboard as plain text




Delete the previous word


Delete the next letter (forward delete)


Undo your last action



Issues You May Experience with the Chromebook

Care of the Chromebook


Students are responsible for general care of the Chromebook. If your experiencing problems with your Chromebook, bring it to the PTSD Tech Department in room 201. Students should not attempt to repair the Chromebook. General care of the Chromebook is as follows:

  • Do not place food and/or liquids near the Chromebook

  • Do not stack any objects on top of the Chromebook

  • Never attempt to repair or reconfigure the Chromebook or any

  • peripherals

  • Do not write, draw, stick, or adhere anything to the Chromebook

  • Do not decorate the Chromebook using markers, personalized stickers,


  • Keep the Chromebook away from electromagnetic fields that can

erase or corrupt your data, such as stereo speakers

  • Do not expose the Chromebook to direct sunlight, extreme

temperatures, or ultraviolet light for extended periods of time

  • Do not leave the Chromebook in any vehicle

  • Do not obstruct the Chromebook’s vents, and do not place the

Chromebook on surfaces such as paper or carpet while it is turned on

or charging

  • When walking from class to class, the Chromebook must be properly

closed and stored in the provided case.

  • Do not charge the Chromebook while it is in the provided case

  • Log out of your Google account after accessing it from another device.

  • Students should not loan out their Chromebook or peripheral items to

another student for any reason.

  • Don’t hack or reset your Chromebook.

Specifics on the Chromebook


Screen Care


  • Extreme care must be taken to protect the screen from accidental damage.

  • Do not place anything on top of the Chromebook or lean on it when it

  • is closed

  • Do not place anything in the case that may press against the cover of

  • the Chromebook including paperwork

  • Do not poke the screen with anything. Your finger is the only means

  • that should be used to interact with the Chromebook

  • Do not place anything on the keyboard before closing the lid (i.e. pens,

  • pencils, paper clips, stapled papers, etc.)

  • Do not use any cleaning solution to clean the screen. Common

  • cleaners such as Windex and 409 will damage the LCD screen.




The Chromebook comes with a built-in camera. The Chromebook camera should only be used for educational purposes as instructed by your teacher. The Chromebook camera should not be used to take photos, post them online, or manipulate them for non-educational purposes or to embarrass others.


Lock & Unlock your Screen

If you step away from your Chromebook, we recommend locking your screen for extra security. Press & Hold the Search Key which looks like a magnifier glass. While holding the Search Key, Press the letter L & your Chromebook will be locked. In order to log back into the Chromebook, just enter your PTSD Google password & you’ll be able to resume your work on the Chromebook.



What will the students receive with the Chromebook?


Students will receive a Chromebook, Charger, and Carrying Case. Students are expected to leave their Chromebooks in the protective case at all times. Students will provide their own earbuds/headphones. All items will be returned to the PTSD Tech Dept. at the end of the school year in June. The items that they were given at the beginning of the year are the items that MUST be handed in at the end of the year or an obligation will be issued to the student.


What if the Chromebook needs service?


Students can stop down to Tech Services in RM201 so the Chromebook can be repaired. The student will be notified when the Chromebook is repaired & the Tech Dept. will give it back to the student.


What if the device is stolen?


If your device is stolen, you must file a police report. you must report the incident to your Assistant Principal, Tech Dept. & Security. If you find your Chromebook, notify the Technology Dept., Assistant Principal, & Security ASAP.

Is the device equipped with a camera?


The Chromebooks are equipped with a camera and may be used as an educational tool only.  Students are not permitted to take pictures, video, or audio for other purposes.  The district cannot remotely activate the camera and the camera will not be used to violate the privacy of the student.


If I “forget” my Chromebook (or charger) at home can I get a “loaner” for the day?


Students are expected to have their devices in school every day and should be considered another aspect of being prepared for class just like having a pencil or a notebook.  That being said, if a student comes to RM201 requesting a “loaner” Chromebook (or charger) the student MUST sign an obligation for the full value of the “loaner” to ensure that it will be returned.  If the “loaner” item is not returned by the end of the school day the obligation will be turned into the main office.  from that point forward students will be subject to the same rules that apply to any obligation.


If I lose or break my assigned Chromebook (or any of its parts) do I have to pay for it?


Lost or Stolen Devices

Our Chromebooks are equipped with a GPS tracking software that allows us to see the last location it connected to the internet.  If a device is reported lost and is recovered no out of pocket costs are incurred by the student or their family.  If a device is lost or stolen it should immediately reported to the student’s AP office, the PTHS security office and the Tech Office (located in RM201).  If a device is not recovered we have an insurance plan with an asset recovery company (Absolute Software, Inc.) and they will reimburse our financial loss but ONLY if the device is reported as missing within 30 days of its last “checkin” with the company’s GPS system.  For this reason it is extremely important that a lost or stolen device is reported immediately.   Should a lost device NOT be reported missing in the appropriate timeframe it is left to the discretion of the administration how the student will make financial restitution.


Broken Devices

If a student causes accidental damage to the assigned Chromebook no financial penalties will be incurred and a new device will be assigned but a note will be made of the damages and how they occurred.  Consistent and/or habitual “accidental” damages may result in a student losing the privilege of having a Chromebook and having to remit some financial compensation to the school district; this will be left up to the discretion of administration on a case by case basis.


Broken or Lost Charger

If a student were to lose or break the charger that was given to them with their assigned device a new charger would be assigned but a student would receive an OBLIGATION FOR $44, the cost to replace the charger.  The obligation would be put on file with the main office.  When a student has an obligation on file they must remit payment to the main office (or show proof that they have located the lost item) to have it cleared.  Until the obligation is cleared a student may not be able to participate in certain school related activities or events such as sports, clubs or performing arts.


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