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Using Google to find locations on a street map


Best Answer batpark , 19 April 2018 - 07:49 AM

RKinner: Of course. Thanks so much. ... batpark Go to the full post »


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Help please in using Google to find a map location.

 

If I want to find, say, 11621 New Hampshire Ave., Silver Spring MD, I enter that address into my Google search and I do get a map showing that spot. Good. But suppose I want to see an area near that point but off the Google map that is shown. How do I move my focus to areas adjacent to but just off the map?

 

Thanks.

 

. .... batpark

 


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Hit the - to shrink the map until the area you want is visible.  Drag it to the center of the map then hit + to expand it. Recenter after each + if needed.


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RKinner: Of course. Thanks so much. ... batpark


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