Accessibility – Shortcuts for Internet Explorer
GeneralTurn Full Screen Mode on or off F11Cycle through the Address Bar, Refresh button, Search Box, and items on a web page TABFind a word or phrase on a page CTRL+FOpen the current webpage in a new window CTRL+NPrint the page CTRL+PSelect all items on the page CTRL+AZoom in CTRL+PLUSZoom out CTRL+MINUSZoom to 100% CTRL+0   Navigation shortcutsGo to home page ALT+HOMEGo backward ALT+LEFTGo forward ALT+RIGHTRefresh page F5Refresh page and the cache CTRL+F5Stop downloading page ESC   Favorites Center shortcuts   Open Favorites CTRL+IOpen Favorites in pinned mode CTRL+SHIFT+IOrganize Favorites CTRL+BAdd current page to Favorites CTRL+DOpen Feeds CTRL+JOpen Feeds in pinned mode CTRL+SHIFT+JOpen History CTRL+HOpen History in pinned mode CTRL+SHIFT+H Tab shortcutsOpen link in new background tab Middle mouse button or CTRL+left mouse buttonOpen link in new foreground tab CTRL+SHIFT+left mouse button or CTRL+SHIFT+middle mouse buttonClose tab (closes window if only one tab is open) Middle mouse button on the tab or CTRL+WOpen Quick Tab view CTRL+QOpen new tab CTRL+TView list of open tabs CTRL+SHIFT+QSwitch to next tab CTRL+TABSwitch to previous tab CTRL+SHIFT+TAB   Address Bar shortcutsSelect the Address Bar ALT+DAdd “http://www.” to the beginning and “.com” to the end of text in Address Bar CTRL+ENTERAdd “http://www.” to the beginning and the website address suffix you have specified to the end of text in the Address Bar* CTRL+SHIFT+ENTEROpen the website address that is typed in the Address Bar in new tab ALT+ENTERView list of previously typed addresses F4   Instant Search Box Select the Instant Search Box CTRL+EView list of search providers CTRL+DOWNOpen search results in new tab ALT+ENTER