Ctrl +Shift+W does the trick for you. This short cut is mentioned under File Menu -> View in Browser . So if you are still using Select File -> Right click for context menu and then selecting View in Browser as shown below, you may want to start using Ctrl+Shift+W.

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Tip #69: Did you know…The keyboard shortcut for View in Browser?

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