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what do you go to, to find google earth street view.

  1. profile image45
    jbaby103posted 7 years ago

    what do you go to, to find google earth street view.

  2. profile image45
    jbaby103posted 7 years ago

    do not no because i am trying to figure it out

  3. pork22 profile image69
    pork22posted 7 years ago
  4. Chupp22 profile image73
    Chupp22posted 7 years ago

    1) Go to google.com
    2) Search for the place
    3) Click maps in the top left corner of the page
    4) Then click the orange person on the zoom in section on the right of the map, and drag him to the street or spot you want to see.

    DONE

  5. easylearningweb profile image92
    easylearningwebposted 7 years ago

    1. Go to www.google.com
    2. Click on the Maps link on the upper left bar of links.
    3. In the Google Maps search box, type the street address you are looking for, and click Search or press Enter.
    4. Click on the Satellite link which shows as a white button on the upper right side of the map.
    5. To zoom in, you can click on the zoom in + (plus sign), or move the slider bar upward closer to the plus sign, or double-click anywhere on the map. This will zoom in closer to your street address. Zoom in as far as possible to see street.

    When you click your mouse, the mouse pointer should change into a little hand, then you can drag as needed to move along the street/area to view as needed.

    Hope that helps!

    Regards,
    Easylearningweb

  6. andromida profile image62
    andromidaposted 7 years ago

    When you open the Google Earth, on the left panel your will see section called "layers". In layers. there is a option called "street view", just select it and on the right panel map you will see some maps like icon if your searched location has any street view option. Now click on the "cam" icon and enjoy the street view. thank you.

  7. umairraja51 profile image61
    umairraja51posted 7 years ago

    First install Google Earth on your computer.

    Second step is to search the area which you want to see and third step is to zoom the area which you want to view.

    From
    Ali
    http://www.visainfo4u.com

 
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