You can get more out
of Internet Explorer 7 Tabs when using Windows XP
Many Windows XP users have upgraded to Internet Explorer 7 in order to take
advantage of the Tabs feature, which allows you to view multiple sites at the
same time. Here are some shortcuts and tricks that you can use to get even
more out of Internet Explorer 7ís tabs.
-While clicking the tabs to switch between them is
handy, you can also switch between tabs by pressing [Ctrl][Tab].
-If you have a wheel mouse, you can open a link in a new
tab by clicking the link with the wheel button.
-While you can start a new tab by clicking the small New
Tab button, you can also open a new tab by pressing [Ctrl]T.
-If youíre scanning several sites on multiple tabs and
want to return to this same set of tabs at a later date, click the Add To
Favorites button and use the Add Tab Group To Favorites command.
-If you have a wheel mouse, you can close any tab by
clicking it with the wheel button.
-When scanning several sites on multiple tabs, you can
click and drag the tabs in any arrangement that you wish.
Applies to Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional.