Here's our Internet Explorer Tip for.. April 4, 2002
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Alternative to Right-Clicking
The right-mouse click is an invaluable way to speed your browsing in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5. Right-click a link, for instance, and you'll see options to open the link in a new window or to add the link to the Favorites menu. If you prefer to open this menu from the keyboard, select Shift-F10. Once the menu appears, select the underlined letter from any of the menu items to launch that command. You may find using keyboard commands in this way helpful when your mouse isn't working, when you want to avoid mousing, or when you're working on an unfamiliar laptop with a touchpad you find difficult to use.