• Other cursor movement keys also apply to web pages
  • Window-Eyes Internet Explorer Keyboard Commands Basic Movement Commands




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    Window-Eyes Internet Explorer Keyboard Commands
    Basic Movement Commands

    The basic movement commands for navigating in Browse Mode (such as on a web page) are much like the basic movement commands of a word processor:


    LEFT and RIGHT ARROW keys

    Move character by character


    CTRL-LEFT and CTRL-RIGHT ARROW keys

    Move word by word


    UP and DOWN ARROW keys

    Move line by line


    Other cursor movement keys also apply to web pages
    HOME

    Moves to the beginning of the line and reads the character under the pointer.


    END

    Moves to the end of the line and reads the character under the pointer.


    CTRL-HOME

    Moves to the beginning of the document and reads the line under the pointer.


    CTRL-END

    Moves to the end of the document and reads the line under the pointer.


    PAGE UP

    Reads the previous twenty four lines in the document and moves the pointer back twenty four lines.


    PAGE DOWN

    Reads the next twenty four lines in the document and moves the pointer down twenty four lines.


    TAB

    Moves the pointer to the next link or control on the web page and reads it.


    SHIFT-TAB

    Moves the pointer to the previous link or control on the web page and reads it.


    A common practice is to read the entire web page using the Read To End command (CTRL-SHIFT-R) by default. This command will cause Window-Eyes to begin reading at your current position, and continue to the end of the web page.


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