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In Firefox or Chrome, I can do "Ctrl+U" to view source of a page. Is there such shortcut for IE9? (There are Developer Tools under F12 but that is something different, I just want the view source command).

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Try ALT+V+C. I can't actually try it as I'm on a Mac ATM - but I think it should work.. – Joseph Redfern Nov 3 '11 at 16:31
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There is no real shortcut that I'm aware of. The quickest way to access this feature is through the menu:

Alt+V, C

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Can't view source if the menu is removed, but you can use developer tools (F12) to review the active DOM.

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