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Internet Explorer shortcuts

By using shortcut keys, you can perform certain actions more quickly than you would normally. Most software applications include shortcut keys to perform simple actions. The following table lists some of the shortcut keys you can use to navigate Web pages in Microsoft Internet Explorer, one of the most common Web browsers used today.

Shortcut key(s): Results:
F1 Display Internet Explorer Help or display context Help for a dialog box item.
F11 Toggle between full-screen and regular views of the browser window.
UP ARROW Scroll toward the beginning of a document.
DOWN ARROW Scroll toward the end of a document.
PAGE UP Scroll toward the beginning of a document in larger increments.
PAGE DOWN Scroll toward the end of a document in larger increments.
HOME Move to the beginning of a document.
END Move to the end of a document.
ENTER Activate a selected link.
ESC Stop downloading a page.
ALT+HOME Go to your Home page.
BACKSPACE or ALT+LEFT ARROW Return to the last page viewed.
CTRL+R Refresh the current Web page.
CTRL+N Open a new window.
CTRL+W Close the current window.
CTRL+S Save the current page.
CTRL+P Print the current page or active frame.

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