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Enable keyboard navigation under Internet Explorer

With Internet Explorer, you can choose to navigate using the keyboard, that is to say, move the cursor with the keys rather than a mouse. This is very useful when you're using a laptop.

To enable keyboard navigation

  • Cick on Page button and enable Caret Browsing,(press F7 or click on option).
  • You will be prompted with a message box asking you if want to enable keyboard navigation, click yes and a cursor will appears on the page.
  • Or press the F7 key on your keyboard to move around a page
  • Use the arrow keys, the Home, End, Page Up and Page Down Keys to browse the page.

To open a link:

Press Enter

To select text:

Press Enter and hold down the Shift key

To disable the keyboard navigation:

Press on the F7 key on your keyboard

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