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Access key

Alt + 1 Navigate to the text box

Alt + 2 Navigate to the check list

Alt + 3 Navigate to the Encoding button

Alt + 4 Navigate to the Decoding button

Alt + 9 navigate to other character sets button

Alt + 0 Navigate to the select list of other languages

Other Access key

Alt + N(5~9) Vary according to different page
The use of Access keys:` 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 - =

Access in different Browsers

In most web browsers, the user invokes the access key by pressing Alt (on PC) or Ctrl (on Mac) simultaneously with the appropriate character on the keyboard.

Web Browser Modifier Effect Notes
Amaya Ctrl or Alt   Adjustable in preferences
Blazer   Element is activated immediately upon key press. No modifier is needed for this web browser used on mobile devices.
Camino Ctrl    
Google Chrome 3 and higher Alt on Windows
Ctrl + Option on Mac
  Access Keys were not functional in 2.x builds of Chrome, but are now supported in current versions.
Firefox 2 & 3 Alt + ⇧ Shift on Windows
Ctrl on Mac[2]
  Prior to version 2.0 Firefox used just Alt;configurable via about:config[2]
Internet Explorer Alt Prior to IE8, Alt + Access Key focused on the element, but required ↵ Enter to be pressed in order to activate the element  
Konqueror Ctrl The modifier key must be released before the regular key is pressed.  
Opera ⇧ Shift+Esc The modifier key must be released before the regular key is pressed. Once the modifier key is released, browser lists the set of access keys on that page with action and user can hit the desired key. Configurable via Graphical user interface
Safari 3 Ctrl for Mac Alt for Windows    
Safari 4 Ctrl+Option on Mac Alt on Windows