Holding down the CTRL button while clicking a link will
open said link in a new page right behind the one you're on. Hold down the
control button while clicking
Test to check. Now,
look up and just to the right of the tab you're on (this page) you will
see the Test page. Take a peek and come back smiling.
CTRL R will refresh/reload the page.
When you want to copy something, highlight and CTRL C
copies... (any of the letters can be typed either uppercase or lower)
To paste what you've copied, place your cursor where you
want the copy and click, then CTRL V. Voila: you've pasted.
If you want a new tab (window) to play with/in, hold down
CTRL and type the letter T ... a new tab will open.
To close the tab of the page you are on, hold down CTRL and
type the letter W
Whoops! What if you did CTRL W and didn't mean to? To
recover hold down the CTRL plus the Shift key and type T (big or small) ..
your old page will reopen at the same place you were before. And yes, you
can CTRL Shift T repeatedly for pages you've closed.
I use this one if a page is messing up. I'll CTRL W (to
close the page) then once the page is gone will recover it by CTRL Shift
T. Generally that solves the issue with page loads.
If you have a new page and want to come to a website type
in just the name on the address bar... for my site I type janice142 and
then hold down CTRL and hit Enter. The computer magically inserts the
http://janice142.com and the page