SharePoint Site Key Board Access Keys


Access keys are keyboard shortcuts which allow the user to navigate around a Web site without having to use a mouse and can sometimes be quicker than using a mouse.  Assistive technology technologies can make of use such access keys to aid site navigation.


The following access keys are implemented in Office SharePoint Server 2007 And SharePoint 2010:

Action
Access Key
Turn More Accessible Mode on or off.

TAB (Press repeatedly, immediately after opening the page in a browser.)
To activate or place focus on the Skip to main content link.
ALT + J
To activate or place focus on the View All Site Content link.
ALT + 3
To activate or place focus on the Site Actions menu.
ALT + /
To activate or place focus on the Search link.
ALT +
To activate or place focus on the Help link.
ALT + 6
To activate or place focus on the Home link.
ALT + 1
To activate or place focus on the Welcome menu.
ALT + L
To activate or place focus on the View menu.
ALT + V
Expand menus such as the Site Actions menu.
SHIFT + ENTER
Expand drop down lists such as the Search Scope menu next to the Search box at the top of most pages.
ALT + DOWN ARROW
Move the selection from Web Part to Web Part on pages, such as on the home page, that use multiple Web Parts.
ALT + W



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