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Step 1: Working with tabs

How to use tabs effectively

Tabs allow you to have several websites open in one browser window.

Press ctrl-t to create a new tab. The shortcut creates a new blank tab where you can open a new page and places the cursor in the location bar where you immediately can enter a URL address and press enter to view it.

The address field can be accessed with the shortcut ctrl-l.

You can browse open tabs with ctrl-tab. You can also jump back and forth between tabs with ctrl-PgUp and ctrl-PgDn.

Tabs can be closed with ctrl-w. The shortcut does not work when the cursor is in the location bar, press tabulator if it is to jump down to the web page. Tabulator also allows you to select links on the web page, shift-tabulator jumps back to previous link.

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