Hidden Internet Explorer Tips and Shortcuts You NEED to Know!
Written by Phil Cardone
Posted onMarch 5, 2015
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When you’re using Internet Explorer, there are a number of ways to make your online experience easier and more efficient. Are you aware of the shortcuts put in place to help you navigate explorer more easily? If not, take a look at these tips and try them out next time you’re working online for a smoother experience.
These helpful shortcuts for nearly any situation will streamline your work process.
F1 will bring you to a help screen
Tab will move you through clickable items on the page as well as the address and favorites bars
Alt+Home will bring you to your homepage
Alt+Left Arrow or Backspace will bring you back to the previous page
F5 will refresh whatever page you’re viewing
Ctrl+Shift+T will reopen the last tab you closed in your browser
Ctrl+P will print your current page
Ctrl+H will open your history
Alt+D will select the text in your address bar
F4 prompts a display of addresses you’ve typed
Ctrl+Enter adds “www.” and “.com” to either end of what you’ve typed
To delete your browsing history, hit Ctrl+Shift+Del
To open Private browsing, hit Ctrl+Shift+P
Ctrl+C will save highlighted items to your clipboard
Ctrl+A will select all items on the page you’re viewing
Alt+P will display print options and print the page
Alt+C will close Print Preview once it’s opened
Alt+O opens the Tools menu
Alt+S opens the Safety menu
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