Browser Tricks


  1. Quick jump to Web Site IE
  2. Quick jump to Web Site Part II IE
  3. Presentation Mode IE
  4. Resize Text Size IE
  5. Page forward and back IE
  6. Quick jump to the address field IE
  7. Page scroll using mouse wheel button IE
  8. Select visited web site addresses IE
  9. Refresh the page IE and Netscape 6
  10. Quick Search IE
  11. Quick Search part II IE
  12. Open a new IE window
  13. Open a New IE Window with One Click
  14. Page forward and back using arrow keys IE
  15. Stop flashing images IE
  16. Get to Your Favorites with Keyboard Shortcut IE
  17. Print Part of a Web Page IE
    1. 1. Quick jump to Web Site IE
      Type just the Internet domain name in the URL Address field and hold down ctrl enter keys.
      This will fill in www as the machine name and TLD .com

      2. Quick jump to Web Site Part II IE
      Type go ebay in the URL address field.
      This will go to MSN search page site and select the best match.

      3. Presentation Mode IE
      Select the F11 function key to enter Presentation mode.
      Select the F11 function key to toggle back.

      4. Resize Text Size IE -top-
      Hold down ctrl key and move the wheel on the mouse.
      The page text will enlarge or shrink.

      5. Page forward and back IE -top-
      Hold down shift key and move the wheel on the mouse.
      This will page forward or backward through the pages selected.

      6. Quick jump to the addresses IE -top-
      Select the alt and D keys together.
      This will select the URL address field.

      7. Page scroll using mouse wheel button IE -top-
      Push down on the mouse wheel button and slide the whole mouse up and down.
      This will page up and down the screen.

      8. Select visited web site addresses IE -top-
      Select the F4 function key.
      This will show a listing of sites you have visited for selection.

      9. Refresh the page IE and Netscape 6 -top-
      Select the F5 function key.
      This will refresh the current page.

      10. Quick Search IE -top-
      In the address field type find or ? then your topic or keyword
      This will go to MSN search engine and search on your topic.

      11. Quick Search part II IE -top-
      Select the F3 function key.
      This will display the left side search column box.

      12. Open a New IE Window -top-
      Enter Control N
      A new IE browser window will appear.

      13. Open a New IE Window with One Click -top-
      Hold down shift and click on the link.
      A new IE browser window will appear.

      14. Page forward and back using arrow keys IE -top-
      Hold Alt button and use the arrow keys to page foward and back.

      15. Stop flashing images IE -top-
      Find a site that has flashing images About.com
      After the page loads select the Esc button.

      16. Get to Your Favorites with Keyboard Shortcut IE -top-
      Enter Control-I will bring up your left pane favorites.
      Enter Control-I will make it disappear
      Enter Control-B to organize your favorites

      17. Print Part of a Web Page IE -top-
      Select the area you want to print with your mouse.
      Select the print option from the menu bar - not the print icon.
      Change the print range area to selection

      CTRL+A: Select all 
      CTRL+C: Copy 
      CTRL+X: Cut 
      CTRL+V: Paste 
      CTRL+F: Find 
      CTRL+E: Search
      CTRL+W: Close window
      CTRL+N: New browser window
      CTRL+R: Refresh web page
      CTRL+O: new location - esc to close
      CTRL+D: quickly save a Web page to your Favorites list
      CTRL+I: Favorites
      CTRL+P: Print the page
      CTRL+H: History
      CTRL+tab: goto URL Address field
      Alt+Spacebar+X: Window Maximize
      Alt+Spacebar+R: Window Restore
      Alt+Spacebar+N: Window Minimize
      Home key: beginning of page
      End key: bottom of page
      Backspace key: move back a page.
      CTRL+LEFT+ARROW quickly move the cursor back between parts of the address. 
      Previous pages quickly, click the small down arrow to the right of the Back button.