Tuesday, 14 January 2014

Internet Explorer 5 keyboard shortcuts

SHORTCUTAction
ALT+DOWN ARROWMove selected item down in the Favorites list while working within the Organize Favorites dialog box.
ALT HOMEGo to your home page; use while working in Internet Explorer.
ALT+UP ARROWMove a selected item up in the Favorites list while in the Organize Favorites dialog box.
CTRL+EOpen a Search in Explorer bar while viewing and exploring web pages using Internet Explorer.
CTRL+HOpen History in Explorer bar when viewing and exploring web pages.
CTRL+IOpen Favorites menu in Explorer bar when viewing and exploring web pages.
ALT+DSelect text while working in the address bar.
ALT LEFT ARROWGo to previous page when working in Internet Explorer.
ALT+RIGHT ARROWGo to next page when working on the Internet.
BACKSPACEGo to the previous page viewed when viewing a series of webpages.
CTRL+ASelect all items on the current Web page when viewing or exploring web pages.
CTRL+BOpen the Organize Favorites dialog box when working with Internet Explorer.
CTRL+CCopy selected items to the Windows Clipboard when using Internet Explorer.
CTRL+CLICKOpen multiple folders when working in History or Favorites menus from Internet Explorer.
CTRL+DAdd the current page to your favorites when viewing or exploring web pages.
CTRL+ENTERAdd www. To the beginning, and .com to the end, of the text typed in the Explorer bar while working with Internet Explorer to view and explore web pages.
CTRL+FDisplay Find dialog box in order to find something on the active page.
CTRL+F5Refresh the active window or webpage.
CTRL+LDisplay Internet Explorer's Open dialog box inorder to type an internet access for Explorer to find and open.
CTRL+LEFT ARROWWhen in the Explorer address bar, use to move the cursor left to the next logical break.
CTRL NOpen a new internet access window in Internet Explorer.
CTRL+ODisplay Internet Explorer's Open dialog box inorder to type an internet access for Explorer to find and open.
CTRL+PDisplay the Print dialog box in order to print the current page, document or active frame.
CTRL RRefresh the active web page in Internet Explorer.
CTRL+RIGHT ARROWMove the cursor to the next logical break to the right when in the Explorer's Address bar.
CTRL+SSave the current page when viewing and exploring web pages.
CTRL+TABMove forward between frames while viewing and exploring web pages.
CTRL+VPaste a copied item(s) from the Clipboard into a selected location (You also can choose Paste from the Edit menu.).
CTRL+WClose the active window when viewing and exploring web pages.
CTRL+XCopy and remove the selected item(s) from their original location to the Clipboard. (You also can choose the Cut command from the Edit menu.).
DOWN ARROWScroll down in a web page in Internet Explorer.
DOWN ARROWMove back through the list of AutoComplete matches when using the Address Bar of Internet Explorer.
ENDGo to the end of a document when viewing or exploring web pages.
ENTERActivate a selected link when viewing and exploring web pages.
ESCStop downloading a web page in Internet Explorer.
F1Display the Internet Explorer Help, or when in a dialog box, display context help on an item.
F10+SHFTDisplay a shortcut menu while working with web pages.
F11Toggle between Full Screen and regular view of the browser window while viewing and exploring web pages.
F4Display the Address bar history when viewing and exploring web pages.
F5Refresh the current window (You also can choose Refresh from the View menu.).
F6Move forward between frames when viewing and exploring web pages in Internet Explorer.
HOMEGo to the beginning of a document when viewing or exploring web pages.
PAGE DOWNScroll toward the end of a document in larger increments when viewing and exploring web pages.
PAGE UPwhen viewing and exploring web pages, scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments.
SHFT CTRL TABMove back between frames when viewing Web pages in Internet Explorer.
SHFT+TABMove back through the items on a Web page, the Address bar and the Links bar.
TABMove forward through the items on a Web page, the Address bar and the Links bar.
UP ARROWScroll toward the beginning of a document in Internet Explorer.
UP ARROWMove forward through the list of AutoComplete matches when using the Address Bar.