The Ctrl+B or other keyboard shortcut opens the AdBlock menu in Chrome

So you're typing along 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! Somehow one of Chrome's standard keyboard shortcuts has been reassigned to open the AdBlock menu. We're not sure how this happens, but it's very easy to fix.


To remove a keyboard shortcut in Chrome:


1. Open chrome://extensions.

2. Click the "hamburger menu."


Changing the pause/unpause keyboard shortcut in Chrome, Steps 1 and 2


3. Select Keyboard shortcuts.


Changing the pause/unpause keyboard shortcut in Chrome, Step 3.


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


Deleting the "activate AdBlock" keyboard shortcut in Chrome, Step 4.



You should be all set!
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