Keyboard Shortcuts For Internet Explorer v7 For Windows

by techtiptom

Originally posted on WIBC.com on 03/23/2010:

At my office, we are soon upgrading to Internet Explorer version 7. I know a lot of you have already upgraded, but we needed to make sure it was going to work with the many applications we use through a browser. So I thought I would put together some shortcuts to help in using Internet Explorer version 7 for Windows:

    • F11: Toggle Full Screen Mode on and off.
    • TAB: Move forward through items on a web page, the Search Box, or the Address box.
    • CTRL+F: Find a word or set of words on a page.
    • CTRL+N: Open the current page in a new window.
    • CTRL+P: Print the current page.
    • CTRL+A: Select all items on the current page.
    • CTRL+PLUS: Zoom in.
    • CTRL+MINUS: Zoom out.
    • CTRL+0 (Zero): Zoom to 100%.
    • ALT+HOME: Go to home page.
    • ALT+LEFT: Go backward.
    • ALT+RIGHT: Go forward.
    • F5: Refresh current page.
    • CTRL+F5: Refresh both the current page and the cache.
    • ESC: Stop downloading current page.
    • CTRL+I: Open Favorites.
    • CTRL+SHIFT+I: Open Favorites in pinned mode.
    • CTRL+B: Organize Favorites.
    • CTRL+D: Add current page to Favorites.
    • CTRL+J: Open Feeds.
    • CTRL+SHIFT+J: Open Feeds in pinned mode.
    • CTRL+H: Open History.
    • CTRL+SHIFT+H: Open History in pinned mode.
    • CTRL+Q: Open Quick Tab view.
    • CTRL+T: Open new tab.
    • CTRL+SHIFT+Q: View list of open tabs.
    • CTRL+TAB: Switch to next open tab.
    • CTRL+SHIFT+TAB: Switch to previous open tab.
    • ALT+D: Select the Address Bar.
    • CTRL+ENTER: Add “http://www.” to the beginning and “.com” to the end of text in the Address Bar.
    • ALT+ENTER: Open the website address that is typed in the Address Bar in a new tab.
    • F4: View a list of previously typed addresses.
    • CTRL+E: Select the Instant Search Box.
    • CTRL+DOWN ARROW: View list of available search providers.
  • ALT+ENTER: Open search results in a new tab.
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