Neat Trick Brett!
This may be simple, but hold down the shift key while clicking on a link to open it in a new window - just like Opera.
Left and right arrow keys will scroll wide pages left/right - too obvious?
I got these from IE's Tip Of The Day
To make the text on Web pages larger or smaller, click the View menu, and then click Text Size. Press F5 to refresh the screen.
You can make sure the Web page you are viewing contains the latest information by pressing F5 to refresh it.
To move forward between frames, press CTRL+TAB.
To move back between frames, press SHIFT+CTRL+TAB.
You can type a word in the Address bar and press CTRL+ENTER to automatically add [www....] and .com on either side of the word.
To print the current page or active frame, press CTRL+P.
You can print a table of all the links associated with a Web page. In the Print dialog box, click Print table of links.
To search from the Address bar, type go, find, or ? followed by a word or phrase, and then press ENTER.
To change the color of links on Web pages, click the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Colors button.
To open a new Internet Explorer window, press CTRL+N.
You can drag your toolbar, Links bar, and Address bar anywhere you want them. You can even combine them to save space.
To stop downloading a page, press ESC.
To turn off the underlines in Web page links, click the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Advanced tab.
You can move your cursor into the Address bar by pressing ALT+D.
Instead of clicking the Back button, you can press the BACKSPACE key to move back a page.
To search for a word or phrase on a Web page, press CTRL+F to open the Find dialog box.
You can close the current window by pressing CTRL+W.
To display a list of the Internet addresses you have typed in the Address bar, press F4.
If you use Netscape, you can learn about differences in Internet Explorer by clicking the Help menu and then clicking For Netscape Users.
To go to a new location, press CTRL+O.
You can quickly put a shortcut to any Web page on your desktop by right-clicking in the page and then clicking Create Shortcut.