- Open any application that you would like to print from. I chose Microsoft Office for this example.
- Select "File" and "Print".
- Select "Copies and Layout" and a drop down menu will open.
- "Layout" and in the new window you will see "Two Sided Printing"
- The default is set to "Long Edged Binding". Change this setting to "Off".
- Once this is done, click on "Default Settings" and select "Save Current Settings as Preset".
- Name the new settings as something you will remember. I chose "Default Settings1".
Here is a way to disable this feature across all applications.
1. Click on the menu button.
2. Click on Settings
3. Once in settings scroll down to the very bottom and click Advanced Settings and then find the heading Passwords and Forms. Once there click Manage Passwords.
4. You will see a list of all saved passwords highlight the website you would like to remove the password for.
5. Once you have the website highlighted and X will appear, click that and it will remove the saved password for that website.
1. Click on Safari in the upper left hand corner and then click Preferences.
2. Once in preferences click Passwords and then highlight the website you would like to remove the password from and click remove.
1. Click on the menu button
2. Click on the preferences button.
3. Click on the Privacy and Security tab
4. Once in the Security tab, click on Saved Logins.
5. In Saved Logins highlight the website you would like to remove the password for and then click remove.
The first step to completing the PEAKS technology readiness check is to select DRC INSIGHT Online Assessments app from the Kiosk Applications. Remember that no one should be logged into the Chromebook at this time.
In the bottom left corner there is a rather faint check mark, click this to begin the readiness check.
When asked to enter an access code use: 7745 The end user should expect to see ALL GREEN CHECK MARKS. Once this is complete, and all users have seen the green checks, the user may quit the readiness check by clicking the "Exit" button at the bottom of the screen.
A screen resolution and OS Level errors are a pretty common error we see when running the readiness check. Students can check the screen resolution prior to running the test, but here is the fix if it comes up for screen resolution and OS Level.
Have the student log into the Chromebook.
Click on the users icon at the bottom right of the desktop. Click on the gear wheel to open the settings page.
Search "Displays" and click on the Displays section
Modify the display DOT to the middle if not farther right. (Minimum Screen Size is 1024 X 768)
To change the OS Level, click on the three lines next to Settings in the top left of the page.
Click on "About Chrome OS" at the bottom of the menu.
Select Check for Updates to update the OS.