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Internet explorer keyboard shortcuts

  1. 1. Internet Explorer keyboard shortcutsYou can use the Internet Explorer shortcut keys to perform lots of different tasks quicklyor to work without a mouse.The following table describes shortcuts used to view and explore webpages. To do this Press thisDisplay Help F1Toggle between full-screen and regular views of the F11browser windowMove forward through the items on a webpage, the TABAddress bar, or the Favorites barMove back through the items on a webpage, the SHIFT+TABAddress bar, or the Favorites barGo to your home page ALT+HOMEStart Caret Browsing F7Go to the next page ALT+RIGHT ARROW ALT+LEFT ARROW orGo to the previous page BACKSPACEDisplay a shortcut menu for a link SHIFT+F10Move forward through frames and browserelements (only works if tabbed browsing is CTRL+TAB or F6disabled)Move backward between frames (only works if CTRL+SHIFT+TABtabbed browsing is disabled) UP ARROW orScroll toward the beginning of a document SHIFT+SPACEBARScroll toward the end of a document DOWN ARROW or SPACEBARScroll toward the beginning of a document in larger PAGE UPincrementsScroll toward the end of a document in larger PAGE DOWNincrementsMove to the beginning of a document HOMEMove to the end of a document END
  2. 2. Find on this page CTRL+FRefresh the current webpage F5Refresh the current webpage, even if the time stampfor the web version and your locally stored version CTRL+F5are the sameStop downloading a page ESCOpen a new website or page CTRL+OOpen a new window CTRL+NOpen a new InPrivate Browsing window CTRL+ALT+PDuplicate tab (open current tab in a new tab) CTRL+KClose the current window (if you only have one tab CTRL+W or ALT+F4open)Save the current page CTRL+SPrint the current page or active frame CTRL+PActivate a selected link ENTEROpen Favorites CTRL+IOpen History CTRL+HOpen Feeds CTRL+JOpen the Page menu ALT+POpen the Tools menu ALT+TOpen the Help menu ALT+Hl Working with tabsThe following table describes shortcuts used when working with tabs. To do this Press thisOpen links in a new tab in the background CTRL+click
  3. 3. Open links in a new tab in the foreground CTRL+SHIFT+clickOpen a new tab in the foreground CTRL+T CTRL+TAB orSwitch between tabs CTRL+SHIFT+TABClose current tab (or the current window if tabbed CTRL+W or ALT+F4browsing is disabled)Open a new tab in the foreground from the Address ALT+ENTERbar CTRL+n (where n is a numberSwitch to a specific tab number between 1 and 8)Switch to the last tab CTRL+9Close other tabs CTRL+ALT+F4Toggle Quick Tabs (thumbnail view) on or off CTRL+QThe following table describes shortcuts used for zooming. To do this Press thisIncrease zoom (+ 10%) CTRL+PLUS SIGNDecrease zoom (- 10%) CTRL+MINUS SIGNZoom to 100% CTRL+0The following table describes shortcuts used for search. To do this Press thisGo to the search box CTRL+EOpen your search query in a new tab ALT+ENTEROpen the search provider menu CTRL+DOWN ARROWThe following table describes shortcuts used to preview and print webpages. To do this Press thisSet printing options and print the page ALT+PChange paper, headers and footers, orientation, and ALT+Umargins for this page
  4. 4. Display the first page to be printed ALT+HOMEDisplay the previous page to be printed ALT+LEFT ARROWType the number of the page you want displayed ALT+ADisplay the next page to be printed ALT+RIGHT ARROWDisplay the last page to be printed ALT+ENDSpecify how you want frames to print (this option isavailable only if you are printing a webpage that ALT+Fuses frames)Close Print Preview ALT+CThe following table describes shortcuts used on the Address bar. To do this Press thisSelect the text in the Address bar ALT+DDisplay a list of addresses youve typed F4When in the Address bar, move the cursor left to the CTRL+LEFT ARROWnext logical break in the address (period or slash)When in the Address bar, move the cursor right tothe next logical break in the address (period or CTRL+RIGHT ARROWslash)Add "www." to the beginning and ".com" to the end CTRL+ENTERof the text typed in the Address barMove forward through the list of AutoComplete UP ARROWmatchesMove back through the list of AutoComplete DOWN ARROWmatchesThe following table describes shortcuts used to open Internet Explorer toolbar andCommand bar menus. To do this Press thisOpen the Home menu ALT+MOpen the Print menu ALT+ROpen the RSS menu ALT+JOpen the Tools menu ALT+O
  5. 5. Open the Safety menu ALT+SOpen the Help menu ALT+LThe following table describes shortcuts used when working with feeds, history, andfavorites. To do this Press thisAdd the current page to your favorites CTRL+DDelete browsing history CTRL+SHIFT+DELOpen an InPrivate Browsing window CTRL+SHIFT+POpen the Organize Favorites dialog box CTRL+BMove selected item up in the Favorites list in the ALT+UP ARROWOrganize Favorites dialog boxMove selected item down in the Favorites list in the ALT+DOWN ARROWOrganize Favorites dialog boxOpen the Favorites menu ALT+AOpen Favorites Center and display your favorites CTRL+IOpen Favorites Center and display your history CTRL+HOpen Favorites Center and display your web feeds CTRL+JOpen Add to Favorites menu ALT+ZDisplay all feeds (when in feed view) ALT+IMark a feed as read (when in feed view) ALT+MPut cursor in Search box in feed view ALT+SThe following table describes shortcuts used when editing webpages. To do this Press thisRemove the selected items and copy them to the CTRL+XClipboardCopy the selected items to the Clipboard CTRL+CInsert the contents of the Clipboard at the selected CTRL+VlocationSelect all items on the current webpage CTRL+A
  6. 6. Open Internet Explorer Developer Tools F12The following table describes shortcuts used with the Information bar. To do this Press thisMove focus to the Information bar ALT+NClick the Information bar SPACEBAR

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