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Some people prefer to use keyboard shortcuts rather than the mouse to view and explore web pages.
Internet Explorer has help files that are always available to you in your browser. Select
Here are three example shortcuts from the wide range available.
|To do this||Press this|
|Cycle forwards through the items on a web page, the Address bar, and the Links bar.||TAB|
|Cycle backwards through the items on a web page, the Address bar, and the Links bar.||SHIFT+TAB|
|Go to your Home page.||ALT+HOME|
Other browsers offer useful accessibility features similar to Internet Explorer and, in most cases, the keyboard shortcuts are the same.
Opera offers users some additional features that are not available in Internet Explorer. For example, users can use mouse gestures, zoom an entire page (not just the text) and tab through different types of content. Users can also easily turn off page styles and images using Opera.