Re: Keystroke command for saving in Internet Explorer 11


Gene
 

Right clicking only works if the web page is set up to support saving a file in that way.  You often can't save that way.  there is a wayt to save a file by following the link intended for that purpose but I don't use Internet Explorer and I don't know the procedure for newer versions.  As I recall, you do something with the information bar. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
From: John Isige
Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2017 2:57 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Keystroke command for saving in Internet Explorer 11

If you want to save a web page, ctrl-s will do it, I think. If you want
to save a file, right click on it, which is either your applications key
or shift-f10, and pick "save as" from the menu.


On 10/8/2017 0:04, Robert Mendoza wrote:
> My computer has been formatted and the default browser installed to my
> machine is IE 11. I may ask what is the keystroke to save the file to
> my machine. Thanks!
>



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