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    Originally posted by aversion

    hehe


    10. Occasionally, for no reason whatsoever, your car would lock you out and refuse to let you in until you simultaneously lifted the door handle, turned the key and grabbed hold of the radio antenna.

    ctrl-alt-delete on a car, lol

  2. #22

    here ya go...

    and by the way, you can get this by typing "MSKB Q306832" (without the quotes) and hitting Enter!


    ~kr0m3




    Internet Explorer Keyboard Shortcuts [ierelease]
    ID: Q306832 CREATED: 29-AUG-2001 MODIFIED: 16-MAY-2002
    :5.5,5.5 Service Pack 1,5.5 Service Pack 2

    PUBLIC | kbenv kbIE

    \* Security : PUBLIC
    ================================================== ====================
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    The information in this article applies to:

    - Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5.5, 5.5 Service Pack 1, 5.5 Service Pack 2 for Windows 2000
    - Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5.5, 5.5 Service Pack 1, 5.5 Service Pack 2 for Windows NT 4.0
    - Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5.5, 5.5 Service Pack 1, 5.5 Service Pack 2 for Windows Millennium Edition
    - Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5.5, 5.5 Service Pack 1, 5.5 Service Pack 2 for Windows 98 Second Edition
    - Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5.5, 5.5 Service Pack 1, 5.5 Service Pack 2 for Windows 98
    - Microsoft Internet Explorer versions 5.5, 5.5 Service Pack 1, 5.5 Service Pack 2 for Windows 95
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    SUMMARY
    =======

    This article lists the keyboard shortcut keys for Internet Explorer 5.5.

    MORE INFORMATION
    ================

    You can use shortcut keys to view and explore Web pages, preview pages before
    you print them, use the Address box, work with favorites, and edit.

    How to View and Explore Web Pages With Shortcut Keys
    ----------------------------------------------------

    To view and explore Web pages with shortcut keys:



    To do this Press this key
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    Display Internet Explorer Help or to F1
    display context Help about an item in
    a dialog box

    Toggle between full-screen and other F11
    views in the browser

    Move forward through the items on a TAB
    Web page, the Address box, or the
    Links box

    Move through the items on a Web page, SHIFT+TAB
    the Address box, or the Links box

    Go to your Home page ALT+HOME

    Go to the next page ALT+RIGHT ARROW

    Go to the previous page ALT+LEFT ARROW or BACKSPACE

    Display a shortcut menu for a link SHIFT+F10

    Move forward between frames CTRL+TAB or F6

    Move back between frames SHIFT+CTRL+TAB

    Scroll toward the beginning of a UP ARROW
    document

    Scroll toward the end of a document DOWN ARROW

    Scroll toward the beginning of a PAGE UP
    document in larger increments

    Scroll toward the end of a document PAGE DOWN
    in larger increments

    Move to the beginning of a document HOME

    Move to the end of a document END

    Find on this page CTRL+F

    Refresh the current Web page F5 or CTRL+R

    Refresh the current Web page, even if CTRL+F5
    the time stamp for the Web version and
    your locally stored version are the same

    Stop downloading a page ESC

    Go to a new location CTRL+O or CTRL+L

    Open a new window CTRL+N

    Close the current window CTRL+W

    Save the current page CTRL+S

    Print the current page or active frame CTRL+P

    Activate a selected link ENTER

    Open the Search box CTRL+E

    Open the Favorites box CTRL+I

    Open the History box CTRL+H

    In the History or Favorites boxes, CTRL+click
    open multiple folders

    How to Print Preview With Shortcut Keys
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    To Print Preview Web pages with shortcut keys:



    To do this Press this key
    ----------------------------------------------------------
    Set printing options and print the page ALT+P

    Change paper, headers and footers, ALT+U
    orientation, and margins for this page

    Display the first page to be printed ALT+HOME

    Display the previous page to be printed ALT+LEFT ARROW

    Type the number of the page that you ALT+A
    want displayed

    Display the next page to be printed ALT+RIGHT ARROW

    Display the last page to be printed ALT+END

    Zoom out ALT+MINUS

    Zoom in ALT+PLUS

    Display a list of zoom percentages ALT+Z

    Close Print Preview ALT+C

    How to Use the Address Box With Shortcut Keys
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    To use the Address box with shortcut keys:



    To do this Press this key
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    Select the text in the Address box ALT+D

    Display a list of addresses that you F4
    have typed

    When in the Address box, move the cursor CTRL+LEFT ARROW
    left to the next logical break in the
    address (period or slash)

    When in the Address box, move the cursor CTRL+RIGHT ARROW
    right to the next logical break in the
    address (period or slash)

    Add "www." to the beginning and ".com" CTRL+ENTER
    to the end of the text that you type in
    the Address box

    Move forward through the list of UP ARROW
    AutoComplete matches

    Move back through the list of DOWN ARROW
    AutoComplete matches

    How to Work With Favorites By Using Shortcut Keys
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    To work with Favorites by using shortcut keys:



    To do this Press this key
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    Add the current page to your favorites CTRL+D

    Open the Organize Favorites dialog box CTRL+B

    Move selected item up in the Favorites ALT+UP ARROW
    list in the Organize Favorites
    dialog box

    Move selected item down in the ALT+DOWN ARROW
    Favorites list in the Organize Favorites
    dialog box

    How to Edit With Shortcut Keys
    ------------------------------

    To edit with shortcut keys:



    To do this Press this key
    --------------------------------------------------------
    Remove the selected items and copy them CTRL+X
    to the Clipboard

    Copy the selected items to the Clipboard CTRL+C

    Insert the contents of the Clipboard at CTRL+V
    the selected location

    Select all items on the current Web page CTRL+A


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    Thanks.

    TE

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