Internet Explorer and
Firefox use the F4 ; ctrl + c
Google Chrome F6 ; ctrl + c
An universal solution would be ctrl + l ; ctrl + c (this works for every browser I know)
Or if You prefer using the mouse, You can use some addons or extensions like:
Another solution would be:
You can assign a macro to a key, or a specific key combination.
For example assign SHIFT + CTRL + Z (or any key combination that You do not use or being used by other programs) to do the ctrl + l ; ctrl + c for You.
Some keyboards have extra buttons for this, and it is possible with the program that you get when You buy one to add macros for them. This applies for mice as well.
If You have a standard keyboard, than You can follow these steps:
Step 1: Download the current version of IntelliType software
Visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Select your keyboard, and make the other appropriate selections to download the latest IntelliType software.
Step 2: Start the Keyboard wizard, and change the assignments
Open the Keyboard item in Control Panel.
- In Windows 7 or in Windows Vista, click Start the Start button, type
keyboard in the Start Search box, and then click Keyboard (or
Microsoft Keyboard) in the Programs list.
- In Windows XP and earlier versions of Windows, click Start, click Run, type Control keyboard, and then click OK.
On the Key Settings tab, select the key that you want to change.
To change the command or the program assignment, click Configure. To change or to assign a macro to the key, click Assign/Manage Macro.
Select the appropriate options, and then follow the instructions.