How to print, find your 'Favourites', manage file downloads and use keyboard shortcuts.
The latest version of Internet Explorer brings a number of enhancements to improve your web experience.
The new enhancements include:
Print pages by pressing Crtl + P on the keyboard or select the Tools button > Print, and then choose Print... You can also see what the printed page will look like by selecting Print Preview...
To print only a picture from a page (and not the whole page), right-click the picture, and then select Print. In the Print dialog box, click Print again.
Your favourites can be accessed by clicking on the star icon in the top right of the screen.
Please note that favourites do not automatically tranfer from one PC to another.
To add a new favourite browse to the webpage you want to save, click on the star icon then click the Add to favourites button.
Enter an name for the new favourite and then click Add.
You also have the option to add a favourite to the favourites bar which runs just below the address bar. To add a favourite to the Favourites bar click on the dropdown arrow next to the Add to favourites button then click Add to Favourites bar.
When you select a file to download, Internet Explorer will ask what you want to do with the file. Here are some things you can do, depending on the type of file you're downloading:
You can use Internet Explorer keyboard shortcuts to perform a lot of different tasks quickly or to work without a mouse.
|To do this||Press this in Internet Explorer|
|Add current site to favorites||Crtl + D|
|Close tab||Ctrl + W|
|Go to your home page||Alt + Home|
|Delete browsing history||Ctrl + Shift + Delete|
|Get help & support||F1|
|Open browsing history||Ctrl + H|
|Open a new tab||Ctrl + T|
|Open a new InPrivate Browsing window||Ctrl + Shift + P|
|Print the current page||Ctrl + P|
|Switch between tabs||Ctrl + Tab|
|View downloads||Ctrl + J|
|Find a text on the current page||Ctrl + F|