About the Pull-Down
Click on the logo on the left side of your Google Toolbar to access the Google
pull-down menu, which provides access to the useful services described below.
For an explanation of the Google Toolbar buttons that appear to the right of
the Google pull-down menu, visit our button
- Google Home Page
Takes you to Google's home page at http://www.google.com.
- Google Links
- Advanced Search Page
Takes you to Google's
Advanced Search page, which enables you to:
- restrict your search to pages within a given website
- exclude pages from a particular website
- restrict your search to pages only in a given language
- find all the pages that link to a given web page
- find pages that are related to a given web page
- Google Groups
Google Groups is a searchable Usenet archive containing more than 700,000,000 individual messages covering every conceivable topic.
- Google Web Directory
Google Web Directory is the largest human-edited collection of web pages grouped by categories. For example, to look at web pages about canoeing and kayaking, browse to Sports > Water Sports > Canoe and Kayaking.
- Google News
Google News offers the latest news headlines from thousands of news sources. Topics are updated continuously throughout the day and can be searched or browsed by topic.
Froogle is Google's product search service,
offering links to stores selling specific products and the ability to browse
numerous products in a given category with photos and prices.
- Google Answers
Google Answers is a
paid research service that enables you to ask a question, set your price,
and get an answer from one of hundreds of screened
Blogger.com is Google's home for weblog
(blog) authors and a place to create your own online journal for free. The
Google Toolbar has a BlogThis! button that enables you to post directly
to your blog from any web page.
is a report on trends and patterns relating to what's being searched for
by users worldwide. A quick look at what's hot and what's history around
- Language Tools Page
Use the Language Tools
page to restrict your search to web pages written in a particular language
or from a specific country. You also can translate web pages or other text,
change your Google interface language, or visit different country-specific
versions of Google.
Opens the Toolbar Options window, which provides you with a number of ways
to customize your Google Toolbar. A full list of all the options and an explanation
of what they do are on the Google Toolbar options
Clear Search History
By default, your previous searches are stored in a drop-down list next to
the search box on the left side of the Google Toolbar. Selecting this menu
item clears that history of your searches.
Brings you to the Help index.
- Privacy Information
if you so desire.
- Contact Us...
We want to hear what you think about the Google Toolbar. Use this option to send questions and comments.
Allows you to remove the Google Toolbar from your system.