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Netscape 7 Keyboard Shortcuts, Using Shortcuts & General
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Netscape allows you to use the keyboard instead of the mouse to perform many commands. Using the keyboard to perform a command can often save time, and those with physical, vision, and hearing challenges can also take advantage of shortcuts to help them use Netscape.
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This document uses the following format for listing shortcuts:
To perform a command, press the buttons listed together at the same time. For example, to copy in Windows, press Ctrl and C at the same time.
Tip: The plus sign (+) means that you must press two keys surrounding the plus sign at the same time. If there is more than one plus sign (such as Ctrl+Shift+C), it means that all three buttons surrounding the plus sign must be pressed at the same time.
Note: Some keyboard shortcuts perform different functions based on cursor location (focus). For example, if you press Home on Windows while viewing a web page, Netscape will move to the top of the web page. However, if you press Home on Windows while the cursor is in a text field, the cursor will go to the beginning of the text field.
Tip: On Windows and Linux, you can use the keyboard to access menu options. To open a top-level menu, press Alt and the underlined letter in the menu name. After opening a menu, you can open submenus or commands without pressing Alt. For example, you can press Alt+F to open the File menu.
These shortcuts are available from all Netscape windows: