Google Chrome Mouse Shortcuts

The following Google Chrome browser shortcuts require a mouse:

Action

Shortcut

Open a link in a current tab (mouse only)

Drag a link to a tab

Open a link in new background tab

Ctrl + Click a link

Open a link, and jump to it

Ctrl + Shift + Click a link

Open a link, and jump to it (mouse only)

Drag a link to a blank area of the tab strip

Open a link in a new window

Shift + Click a link

Open a tab in a new window (mouse only)

Drag the tab out of the tab strip

Move a tab to a current window (mouse only)

Drag the tab into an existing window

Return a tab to its original position

Press Esc while dragging

Save the current webpage as a bookmark

Drag the web address to the Bookmarks Bar

Download the target of a link

Alt + Click a link

Switch between maximized and windowed modes

Double-click a blank area of the tab strip

Make everything on the page bigger

Ctrl + Scroll your mousewheel up

Make everything on the page smaller

Ctrl + Scroll your mousewheel down

Source: Chrome Help

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