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Google Cursive is one of the note apps pre-installed on many touchscreen-enabled Chromebooks. It is a relatively new handwritten note-taking app from Google that’s exclusive to Chromebook. It’s a progressive web app (PWA) accessible through the Google Chrome browser. We’ll show you how to set up and use Google Cursive on your Chromebook.

How to Get Cursive on Your Chromebook

As mentioned earlier, Google Cursive is pre-installed on touchscreen Chromebooks. There should be a “Cursive” app shortcut in your Chromebook’s launcher or app drawer.

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Press the Search or Launcher icon and type “cursive” in the search bar. The Cursive app shortcut should be in the search results.

Google Cursive initially debuted on the HP Chromebook x2 11 in 2023. The app works on almost all new-generation Chromebook models and Chrome OS versions. If your Chromebook doesn’t have the Cursive app pre-installed, follow the steps below to install the app.

When prompted, connect your Google account or sign in with your Google account credentials.

    Select or tap the

    Install Cursive

    (computer with down-arrow) icon in the right corner of the address bar.



      on the confirmation prompt.

      The Google Cursive PWA works offline without a Wi-Fi connection. However, your Chromebook must have an internet connection to sync notes and notebooks to your Google account.

      Google Cursive’s web app shortcut should now be accessible in your Chromebook’s launcher. We recommend selecting the Quick Tour option when you open Cursive for the first time. That’ll show you an overview of the app’s essential features, functionalities, and how to use them.

      If you didn’t take the tour, you could still access the short tutorial within the app. Tap the three-dot icon in the top-right corner of the app’s dashboard, select Help, and choose Feature tour.

      You’ll find two options on the app’s dashboard: New note and New notebook.

      Notes are documents with handwritten content—texts, sketches, images, drawings, etc. On the other hand, notebooks are multi-paged documents with a collection of notes. Think of notes and notebooks as worksheets and workbooks in Microsoft Excel.

      Create Notes with Google Cursive

      Open Cursive and select New note. That’ll launch the canvas where you create and edit notes.

      You’ll notice dotted lines on the canvas. You can change the background style if you want.

      Tap the three-dot menu icon in the top-right corner, select Change background, and choose your preferred background style.

      How to Use Google Cursive Pen Tool

      The Pen tool is what you use to write and draw in Google Cursive. Select the Pen icon on the toolbar and scribble texts on the canvas with your finger or stylus pen.

      You can also use the Pen to select, move, and delete content (texts and drawings) on the canvas. Select the Pen icon, scribble over the content, and tap the glowing scribble to delete the content.

      To move content around the canvas, draw a circle over the content and drag the glowing circle.

      Draw a horizontal line and drag down the glowing line to increase the (horizontal) space between content on your canvas.

      Select the Color palette or Stroke Thickness options on the toolbar to change the color or thickness of your scribbles.

      How to Use Google Cursive’s Highlighter

      The Highlighter tool draws attention to important content on your canvas using low-opacity colors. It works similarly to the Pen tool.

      Select the Highlighter icon on the toolbar and scribble over the content you want to highlight.

      You can also change the color and thickness of the Highlighter tool in Google Cursive.

      Erase Content in Google Cursive

      Select the Eraser tool on the toolbar and scribble over the content you want to erase from your note.

      The Eraser tool can delete anything on the canvas except images. Check the next session to learn how to add and delete images in Google Cursive.

      Manage Images in Google Cursive

      Tap the Insert image icon on the toolbar, select the image in the Files app, and select Open.

      That’ll add the image to your note. Resize the image or move it to your preferred position on the canvas. Tap anywhere outside the canvas when you’re done.

      To make further changes to an image, you must first select the image using the Selection tool. Tap the Selection tool (dotted square icon) on the toolbar and tap the image you want to edit.

      Resize the image from any of the four corners or drag it to a new position. Tap the three-dot icon in the top-right corner to open the image menu.

      Select the Bin icon to delete the image or tap the Copy icon to copy the image to your Chromebook’s clipboard. Press Ctrl + V to paste a copy of the image anywhere on the canvas.

      Make Space Between Content

      Although the Pen tool can adjust the space between content, Google Cursive has a dedicated “Make space” tool. The tool automatically adds more space between items on different rows/lines.

      Select the Make space tool on the toolbar and tap the row where you want to add more space.

      That’ll space out content between the selected row. Drag the lower line to increase or decrease the space.

      The Selector Tool

      We illustrated how Google Cursive’s Selector tool works with images. Now, let’s explain how it works with texts and drawings.

      Tap the Selector tool (dotted square icon) on the toolbar and drag the crosshair icon over a text or drawing.

      To select and highlight, tap the Selector tool and tap the highlight.

      Lock Canvas in Google Cursive

      Lock your canvas if you often scroll or zoom it by accident. First, you have to configure Google Cursive to show the canvas lock icon in your note.

      Tap the menu icon in the top-right corner and toggle on Show canvas lock.

      Tap the Canvas Lock icon in the top-right corner to pause upward and downward scroll on the canvas.

      Tap the Lock icon again to unlock the canvas.

      Switch Between Stylus and Touch Mode

      You can create handwritten notes in Google Cursive with your fingers or stylus pen. Google Cursive is optimized to work with finger taps and touchscreen gestures in touch mode.

      If there’s a stylus pen connected to your Chromebook, Google Cursive automatically activates stylus mode. You can switch between touch and stylus mode anytime you want.

      Tap the canvas menu icon and select Switch to touch mode or Switch to stylus mode.

      Google Cursive will display an error message if it doesn’t detect a stylus pen when using the app in stylus mode. Also, you can’t use some features in stylus mode without a stylus pen.

      If your Chromebook doesn’t have a stylus but supports the Universal Stylus Initiative (USI), you can use third-party styluses or USI pens.

      Undo and Redo Changes

      System-wide keyboard shortcuts for undoing (Ctrl + Z) and redoing (Ctrl + Shift + Z) previous actions don’t work in Google Cursive. Use the Undo and Redo icon in the top-right corner of the canvas instead.

      Share and Export Notes

      Google Cursive lets users export notes in PDF file format. Open a note, tap the canvas’ menu icon, and select Export as PDF.

      Create Notebooks in Google Cursive

      A notebook is a collection of notes. Here’s how to create a notebook in Google Cursive and populate it with notes:

        Open Google Cursive and select

        New notebook

        on the homepage.

          Give the notebook a name, select a cover color, and tap

          Create notebook

          . You can now add notes to the notebook.

            Tap the menu on the note card and select

            Add to notebook


              Select the destination notebook.

              Google Cursive: A OneNote Competitor?

              Chromebooks does not support the OneNote Android app. Hence, Google Cursive suffices as an excellent OneNote substitute for handwritten notes. Feature-wise, however, Google Cursive doesn’t come close to OneNote. So, we’ll call Google Cursive a “simple” OneNote substitute for Chromebooks, not a OneNote rival.

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              How To Run Microsoft Office On Chromebook

              Chromebooks are affordable, fast, and simple, but they lack some desktop-level software many of you need. Office users can do just about everything through Google Drive. As great as that is, most of us are used to Microsoft Office apps like Word, Excel, and Powerpoint. Luckily, it’s still possible to use Microsoft Office on Chromebook devices.

              You can’t install desktop versions of Office on a Chromebook, but you still have quite a few options. Depending on your Chromebook’s software, you can use Office in a somewhat limited capacity.

              Editor’s note: All instructions in this tutorial were put together using a Lenovo Duet 5 Chromebook running ChromeOS version 106.0.5249.112 and a custom PC running Windows 11. Keep in mind that steps may differ if you use different devices or software versions.

              Microsoft Office mobile apps on Chromebook

              Microsoft used to offer Microsoft Office mobile apps for Chromebook but has now retired them. The recommended way to use Office on your Chromebook now is to use Microsoft Office on the web.

              If you have the apps installed already, they will continue to work until the versions are no longer supported. However, you cannot install the apps anymore. Likewise, you can try to use the Microsoft OneDrive app, but it’s very limited. You can’t create new documents, and editing them doesn’t offer many features. Thankfully, Microsoft Office on the web is pretty solid, and you can follow the instructions below to use it on your Chromebook.

              Microsoft Office on the web

              Stream from your PC to a Chromebook

              Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

              Another option is to run Microsoft Office on a PC and stream it to your Chromebook. This might be beneficial because you can run the full desktop version made for a PC. It will have all the features and no compromises. The main downside is that you need another computer, so you might as well use the device with a full desktop OS. However, it’s an excellent way to use Microsoft Office on Chromebook computers when on the go.

              Before you start, make sure you have Microsoft Office and Google Chrome installed on your PC. Also, ensure a stable internet connection on your PC and Chromebook.

              How to set up Chrome Remote Desktop:

              Open the Chrome browser on your PC and visit the Chrome Remote Desktop website.

              Under the Set up remote access section, select Turn on.

              Install the Chrome Remote Desktop extension on your PC.

              Return to the original tab on your PC and name your computer.

              If prompted, enter the PIN you created on your PC.

              Now you can use your PC remotely using your Chromebook. Go to the Chrome Remote Desktop website from the Chrome OS device and access the PC you set up.

              You could also use a PC cloud service like Shadow. This company offers Windows machines you can access remotely through any compatible device. Supported operating systems include Windows, macOS, Ubuntu, Android, and iOS. You won’t see Chrome OS on the list, but remember, Chromebooks can run Android apps. Once set up, you could install Microsoft Office on your remote Windows machine and stream it. Just keep in mind Shadow isn’t exactly cheap — prices start at $29.99 a month.

              You can also try to install Windows on a Chromebook, but we don’t recommend it. It involves too much tinkering, and the system might not work correctly.


              There is no official way to run Microsoft Office apps on a Chromebook, but you can use the web apps and find a few other workarounds.

              There used to be Microsoft Office Android apps, but they’ve been discontinued. You can continue using them but can’t download the apps anymore.

              Microsoft Office is an excellent tool with a long history, but it’s not the only option. If you’re looking for an alternative, you should try Google Drive.

              Excel on a Chromebook is different primarily because it doesn’t run traditional desktop software, like the full version of Microsoft Excel.

              How To Use Instagram On Your Android

              Setting up an Instagram account

              To set up your new Instagram account, you will need to download Instagram for Android and open it.

              Once you are in the application, you will need to press the Sign Up tab. Here you will need to add an email address, username and a password to continue. Optionally, you can add in your phone number and a profile picture.

              Adding Friends to Instagram

              After entering in that info to create the account, you can search for your friends who already use Instagram. You are given the option of either looking in your phone’s address book or searching your Facebook friends. If you choose the Facebook option, you will need to sign into your Facebook account and authorize Instagram.

              If you want to skip the friend search, you can always choose a couple of people to follow from the suggestions Instagram gives you. You can always go back and add more people from the suggested user list if your real life friends are boring.

              Instagram Main Screen Icons

              The icons along the bottom are:

              Home – Brings you back to the stream of images from people you are following.

              Explore – Shows a bunch of popular (and usually pretty cool) images from random users.

              Camera – Press this to initiate taking a picture or use it to select an image from your phone’s photo gallery.

              Bubble with a heart– This is your News tab. You can see what images the people you follow like. In the You tab is where information about who wants to follow you and who likes your images will be displayed.

              Taking a picture with Instagram

              Pressing the Camera icon in the bottom row will activate the Android’s camera. You may be asked to choose the camera or photo gallery. If you would like to add filters to an image previously stored on your phone, select photo gallery. Otherwise select camera and capture the image.

              Using Instagram Filters

              The screen directly after you take your picture is where all of the fun takes place. There are a lot of different adjustments and filters to use.

              The icons across the top of this screen are:

              Top left icon – Removes the border some filters use.

              Droplet icon – Adds different blur shapes, either a circle or a line. You can also move the center point with your finger to focus in on a certain part of the image.

              Sun icon – Use this to lighten and darken the image.

              Tilted square icon – Rotates the image clockwise.

              The Filters are along the bottom of the screen are:

              Normal – No change to the image. Amaro – Lower quality looking image.

              Rise – No boarder with a slightly cloudy look.

              Hudson – Lower contrast image with a black boarder.

              Sierra – White boarder with a higher contrast exposure.

              X-Pro – Thin black boarder. Adds an almost journalistic look to the image.

              Lo-Fi – Slightly degrades the image and adds a thin boarder. The image almost looks like it was set on a piece of paper.

              Earlybird – White boarder and adds an early morning light feel.

              Sutro – Darkens the image and adds a black boarder.

              Toaster – Gives the image a white boarder and adds a slight burned look to a portion of the image.

              Brannan – Darkens the image and adds a slight amount of contrast, adds a thin black boarder.

              Inkwell – Black and white image with a white boarder.

              Walden – Adds a foggy effect and a black boarder.

              Hefe – Darkens the image and adds a black square boarder

              Valencia – Adds a slight brightness to the image.

              Nashville – A blue-ish green-ish color and a black square boarder.

              1977 – Faded and vintage looking with a square white boarder.

              Kelvin– Kind of a sepia golden color with a boarder of warn edges.

              Upload your image to Instagram

              After the effects are added, it’s time to upload the image. You have a few choices here. Adding a caption so people know what the picture is. Also you can add a Geotag to show the location where the picture was taken.


              Instagram is pretty easy to use and can add a lot of flair to your images. Do some playing around and I’m sure you will find out how fun it can be and why so many people take so many random pictures.

              Which is your favorite Instagram filter?

              Trevor Dobrygoski

              Trevor is a freelance writer covering topics ranging from the Android OS to free web and desktop applications. When he is not writing about mobile productivity, He is coaching and playing the world’s greatest game… Soccer.

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              How To Enable Screen Recording On A Chromebook

              For years, users have been asking for a native tool to record screen on Chromebooks. There are a handful of Chrome extensions that do the job pretty well, but ask for top dollars to access even basic features. So it’s heartening to see Google bringing a native screen recorder on Chromebook. The feature has made it to the beta channel, just short of public release, and will be widely rolled out to all stable users pretty soon. So if you want to enable screen recording on a Chromebook and check how the new tool works, well follow our guide below.

              Enable Screen Recording on a Chromebook

              Now, re-open the “About Chrome OS” page again and check for updates. Don’t worry, this process won’t delete any of your files or programs. With that out of the way, let’s now go through the steps.

              5. Finally, hit the “Record” button and your Chromebook will start recording the screen. In my usage, I didn’t find any stutter while recording the screen in any of the modes. And the quality was also pretty good.

              7. Along with screen recording, the new tool also brings a new and intuitive way to take screenshots on a Chromebook. You can press “Ctrl + Shift + Overview button (above 6)” to bring up the new screen capture mode. What I like about this new tool is that it remembers the position of the last screenshot in partial mode, making the workflow much faster.

              List of Popular Chromebooks

              Our tutorial will work with all of the following Chromebooks. It is not an exhaustive list and is only here to serve as an example.

              Brand NameModel Name

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              Google Pixelbook Go GA00523-US

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              HP Elite c1030 Chromebook Notebook PC

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              HP Chromebook x360 11 G1 EE – Customizable

              LenovoChromebook Duet (10.1″) 2 in 1

              Lenovo 10e Chromebook Tablet

              500e Chromebook 2nd Gen (11.6″) Intel

              300e Chromebook 2nd Gen (11.6″)

              100e Chromebook 2nd Gen (11.6″)

              14e Chromebook (14″)

              Chromebook C340 (11″)

              Chromebook C330 (11.6″)

              Yoga Chromebook (15.6″)

              Chromebook 3 (14”)

              Lenovo Chromebook S345 (14”)

              Chromebook Flex 3i (11”)

              Chromebook Flex 5 (13”)

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              300e Chromebook 2nd Gen (11.6”) AMD

              SamsungSamsung Galaxy Chromebook

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              Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2

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              Record Screen on Chromebook with the New Capture Mode

              How To Use Google Bard

              Google Bard, the conversational AI chatbot by Google, is now available in more than 180 countries. It is a close competitor of the Open AI and Microsoft-backed chatbot, ChatGPT.

              The chatbot responds to almost every question you ask it. It can perform various tasks like text generation, translation, summarization, coding, etc.

              Until now, Bard was available as a beta product. But as per Google’s recent announcement, users don’t have to join the waitlist to explore Bard and its functionalities.

              You can directly sign up for a new account and start using Bard. Read this guide for more instructions on how to use Google Bard.

              Before you use Bard

              Before jumping on to the instructions for using Bard, here are a few points to remember.

              Bard will support over 40 languages in the future. You can chat with it in your native language as long as Bard understands it. You can currently use Bard in US English, Korean, and Japanese.

              You don’t need to join the waitlist to access Bard.

              The platform only accepts textual inputs and generates textual outputs. No images or videos are supported.

              Bard is still an experiment. Do not rely on its responses completely. Instead, verify the facts and statements given by Bard.

              Bard may generate irrelevant and inappropriate answers and also hallucinate sometimes.

              Bard doesn’t remember conversations or hold context for longer.

              Bard is available for free. You don’t need to pay anything to use the tool.

              What you need to use Google bard

              You must have a Google account to create and use a new Bard account. Bard doesn’t allow users to access the platform without creating an account.

              You must complete the registration process to access Bard on your device. After signing up, you can ask Bard any question, and it will generate relevant responses immediately.

              Remember, Bard only allows users above 18 to access the platform. You must also use a supported browser like Chrome, Safari, or Firefox to access Bard.

              How to Sign up to use Google Bard

              Now that you know the basics, let’s run through the process of signing up for a Google Bard account. You can effortlessly create a Bard account using the steps described below:

              2. Select Sign In

              3. Accept Google Bard Terms of Service

              Check on the box stating that I accept the Google Bard Terms of Service to accept its terms and conditions.

              4. Start using Google Bard

              You can now use Google Bard by entering a prompt in the text box at the bottom. Then hit the submit button and let Bard generate a relevant response.

              How to Use Google Bard Now

              To use Google Bard, follow the instructions in the previous section and register for a Bard account. After signing into your account, you can use Bard for various tasks.

              Ask it to give ideas for a blog post, translate a text, summarize a paragraph, generate a recipe, etc. Here is how you can ask anything to Bard.

              2. Enter a query or search term

              3. Wait for a response

              After entering the query, hit the submit button and wait until Bard processes your request. The tool will give your response in a few seconds. It gives one response and two other drafts with similar responses.

              How to Start a conversation with Bard in chat

              You can interact with Bard using any prompt that comes to your mind. The chatbot will generate a response for every question you ask it. However, if you are new to Bard, you can begin chatting with it in the following ways.


              Bard suggests a few samples of what you can ask whenever you launch the website. The examples change every time you sign into your account. You can take inspiration from the ideas to write your prompt. Other than that, you can use the following examples to chat with Bard:

              Write an outline for my blog post about the best courses to learn digital marketing.

              Give me ideas to write a horror novel.

              Draft a packing list for my next trip to Italy.

              Write a tagline for my art studio.

              Help me understand why plants need sunlight.

              Write a code to find the smaller number among two numbers.

              Debug the following code: [enter the code].

              Edit your prompt

              If you are unsatisfied with the output, you can tweak the prompt before hitting the regenerate response button.

              Check other responses to your prompt

              Bard generates two draft responses for your prompt and the main response. The draft responses are available for the latest prompt. Hit the View Other Drafts option to access other drafts.

              Manage your conversation

              Google Bard offers various functionalities for users. You can search for new topics, copy text, and generate responses in Bard. You can manage your conversations in the following ways:

              Search for topics online – Bard allows users to search for topics related to any response generated by Bard. Hit the Google It button at the bottom of the response to search for it on Google.

              Export responses to other Google products

              Bard offers inbuilt options to export responses to other Google products. You can export the responses to Google Docs, Colab, and Gmail using the following method:

              Learn about responses from Bard

              Bard is an experiment by Google. It is designed to provide accurate and helpful responses for its users. However, the platform may sometimes hallucinate or generate toxic and irrelevant responses. You can report the response by visiting the report Bard responses page.

              Again, verify the facts before using Bard’s responses by running a quick online search. Also, Google won’t remember contexts for a long time.


              Bard is a simple and easy-to-use AI chatbot. You can effortlessly interact with the chatbot using the steps described in this post. It is free to use and accessible in several countries. You can use Bard to perform different tasks and also copy the responses. Follow the instructions in this post to create your Bard account and see how this AI chatbot differs from ChatGPT!

              How To Use Google Jamboard With Google Meet

              Ever since the Mountain View giant started rolling it out for free for everyone, Google Meet has quickly gained quite an audience for being one of the more streamlined services that can be used to get things done during the pandemic. Not just corporate organizations but also educational institutions, and teachers are now gradually switching to Google Meet for its ease of access and interactive features.

              If you’re an educator or if you’re someone who wants to present your topic on a whiteboard as you would in an office, you can use Google Jamboard with others in a Google Meet session. The following post will guide you into creating a Jam and then sharing it with participants of your meeting on Google Meet.

              Related: How to see everyone on Google Meet

              What is Google Jamboard?

              Jamboard was launched by Google in 2023 as an interactive tool that allowed workers and enterprise users to interact using a whiteboard with features like sticky notes, the ability to add images from Drive and the web, handwriting and shape recognition. Initially released as a competitor to the Microsoft Surface Hub, Jamboard featured a 55-inch 4K display with touch functionality that supported up to 16 touches at once.

              The device also came with a Full HD webcam, a couple of styluses, and different connectivity options like USB-C, micro-USB, and HDMI ports. In terms of collaboration, Jamboard came with sharing capability with up to 50 participants and 20 pages per jam.

              Do you need Jamboard hardware for Google Meet?

              The only feature that you will be missing out on by using Jamboard without its hardware is the shape and handwriting recognition which isn’t much of a deal-breaker. You still get access to Jamboard’s other collaboration tools like markup, sticky notes, and more.

              How to use Google Jamboard with Google Meet

              So, here is everything you need right from creating your first Jam to additional tips you should know already.

              How to create a new Jam on Google Jamboard

              Step 1: Head over to Google Jamboard on your web browser (for best results, use Google Chrome).

              How to add a Jam to a meeting on Meet

              Note: If you own an actual Jamboard display, you can tap on the ‘Join or start a meeting’ option from the top right corner of your Jamboard screen. You can learn more about Google Meet on Jamboard from this Google support page. 

              That’s it! Your Jamboard window is now visible for all participants of your meeting on Google Meet. You can move over to your Google Jamboard tab to start teaching or presenting your topic.

              How to allow everyone to collaborate on Jamboard in Meet

              Now that you have created and started allowing participants to view your Jam on Google Jamboard, you can proceed to let them also interact with your Jam. You can do so by following the steps below.

              Step 1: Head over to the Google Jamboard tab inside your browser.

              You can now see different ways to share your Jam. Google keeps all of your Jam sessions private unless you manually make them public so that they can be accessed by anyone with a link.

              Step 4: If you want to give the participants the ability to interact on your Jam, you can select the ‘Editor’ option from the options as shown in the image.

              Step 6: Move over to the Google Meet tab on your browser and tap on the Chat icon at the top right corner (the one between the People icon and Time).

              Step 7: Paste the link that you copied from Step 5 onto the Chatbox and press on the Send button (or hit the Enter key on your keyboard).

              The link to your Jamboard session will now be available for anyone who’s present in the Google Meet meeting. You can head over to your Jamboard page to doodle, present, and interact with other participants.

              4 Google Jamboard tips to know

              Now that you have started interacting with participants from your Google Meet session on Jamboard, you can take it a step further by following the tips mentioned below.

              Keep your Jam private and share to a limited number of participants

              If you’re presenting to a handful number of participants, we suggest you keep the Jam link private and allow collaboration by adding the names or email addresses of people you want to give access under the ‘Share with people and groups’ section.

              Give editing privileges to users with Restricted access

              Allow participants to share a Jam and change permissions

              Choose whether viewers can download or copy a Jam

              You can already select who can be viewers and editors of your Jam on Jamboard. But you can also control if viewers of your Jam can download a copy of your session or copy its contents when viewing it.

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