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Google meeting window keeps popping up

mij

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I clicked on something and a Google meeting window now is always present. Addblock has had no effect on it. Can I get a screen shot to help? This is on my desk-top that has W7.
Jim.
 

KenB

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Hi Jim and Happy New Year to you and yours.

Is "Google Meeting" part of Gmail ?

A screen shot would help.
On the top row of the keyboard is "PrtScr" - Print Screen.
If it is by itself simply press the key - this takes an impression of your screen and stores it in memory
Come here - click on "Reply" to this post and then hold down CTRL and press V

If, like mine, you have two items on the same key
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If PrtScr is on top you will need to hold down the "Shift" key then press PrtScr.

CTRL + V is still the same.
 
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mij

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Hi KenB and thanks for the greeting. A happy new year to all-I hope it is better than the last.
I have printed out a screen before but not online. Let me try. And yes again, it appears it is a part of google. I have saved the offending window into an open office file so if i point this communication to it it should show at your end. I will paste it to this post.
Jim.
 

mij

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That does not look very successful, I've done something wrong.
Jim.
 

KenB

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You are complicating things Jim - no need for an Open Office file.
Simply use PrtScr as advised - then use "Reply" here - then CTRL + V after clicking in the "Reply" box.
 

mij

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Thanks KenB for the further info. but it hasn't done it any more - blinking computers. They have a mind of their own! It was a "share this" screen and I never cicked on it. Has Windows made me wary?
jim, thinking this has solved itself :).
 

KenB

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No problem Jim - if you need us you know where we are :)
 
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