You can use Accelerators with text that you select on a webpage to perform such tasks as copying, pasting, printing, opening a street address in a mapping Web site, or looking up the dictionary definition of a word—saving time and keystrokes. You can also choose the Web services or Web sites that Accelerators use to handle different tasks. Internet Explorer 8 comes with a selection of Accelerators included by default, but you can add or remove them as you like. Find out more about Accelerators in Internet Explorer Help. Type "accelerators" in the Search box to explore topics.