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Top 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

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Microsoft Outlook has many functions but some of them can be difficult to click all the time.  Or, it may just be more convenient to use the keyboard to "click" functions.  Here, we have listed the Top 10 Keyboard Shortcuts we have found during the past few months.

Top 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

1.  Use Outlook Help -- Press F1

2.  Send/receive mail on default accounts -- Press F5

3.  Go to the Inbox -- Press Ctrl+Shift+I

4.  Create a new message -- Press Ctrl+Shift+M

5.  Create a new contact -- Press Ctrl+Shift+C

6.  Create a new appointment -- Press Ctrl+Shift+A

7.  Print the selected items -- Press Ctrl+P

8.  Reply to the message -- Press Ctrl+R

9.  Cancel the current operation -- Press Esc

10.  Mark as read -- Press Ctrl+Q

Bonus: Go to the Outbox -- Press Ctrl+Shift+O

To look up more keyboard shortcuts, click the Office Assistant and type "keyboard shortcuts".  Click "Keyboard shortcuts" from the menu that appears.

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