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Some cool shortcuts you can use when surfing the Web!


Shortcuts (XP, 2k, Me, & 98) that will help you when browsing the Web.


This question was answered on December 12, 2003. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Shortcuts not only save you time & keystrokes but can also impress your friends or co-workers Browse the Web in style by using these handy shortcuts.

Follow the steps below to achieve the shortcut:

1 Alt-D: Jump to the Address bar.

2 Alt-<Left Arrow>: Go to the previous page.

3 Alt-Home: Go to your default home page.

4 Ctrl-I: Open your Favorites.

5 F5: Refresh the current page.

6 Ctrl-Enter: this will add 'http://www ' and '.com' to a URL For example, type pcmag and press 'Ctrl-Enter': IE changes it to and takes you to the site.

Now you can move like a cheetah in & out of web sites just like a real pro.

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Posted by Michal of Data Doctors on December 12, 2003