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So CtrlShiftL does nothing in Google Docs, where CtrlShiftR and CtrlShiftE work. I tried this on the same google doc but on my Chromebook, and it works. My laptop is Windows 10, so I figured something must have the shortcut of CtrlShiftL on my laptop which overrides the google doc, except nothing happens. Is there any way to solve that?

  • did you try to disable all extensions? – user0 Mar 9 '19 at 19:49
  • @user0 how do I do that? – Aniket G Mar 9 '19 at 19:54
  • either try incognito mode or paste this in the address bar chrome://extensions/ and toggle off all extensions – user0 Mar 9 '19 at 20:00
  • @user0 just tried incognito. Same problem. – Aniket G Mar 9 '19 at 20:03
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I had this problem recently and found this question so I will add an answer for others.

I turned out to be a Chrome extension that was overriding the Google Docs hotkey.

I went to chrome://extensions/shortcuts and looked for an entry with Ctrl + Shift + L and reassigned it to another key. You could also, of course, delete the entry if you do not use the hotkey.

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