In this article we will introduce you to a range of Outlook shortcuts that are likely to come handy while you work with your favorite email client.
If MS Outlook is an integral part of your professional life, then it is important that you know about the various Outlook Shortcuts. Yes, why go the long way, when you can actually save time and energy using the easy to use Outlook Shortcuts? Well, as the name suggests, the shortcuts in Outlook are the easy ways to perform different tasks. In fact, this is the most searched topic or query, when it comes to MS Outlook. So, learn about Outlook Shortcuts in depth in this article.
Outlook Shortcuts help not only in keeping things easy and simple but also in organizing a variety of tasks on your computer and Internet as a whole. Now, if you are keen to know where to look for Outlook Shortcuts, then you just need to go to the Shortcuts Pane in Outlook and press CTRL +7 and a list of Shortcuts Pane will appear in front of you.
In order to Add a New Shortcut Group, you just need to do a right click on any existing group and then choose the option of New Shortcut Group. Whereas, if you wish to Add a New Shortcut To An Already Existing Outlook Folder, you just need to do a right click on that particular existing group and choose the option of New Shortcut. There is also an option to Add a New Shortcut to a File/Folder on your Network or Computer and for this you need to drag and drop that file to an apt or matching shortcut group in Outlook. For those who wish to Add a New Shortcut to Any Website, the method is to drag and drop its URL from the Internet to the matching shortcut group in Outlook.
Apart from the above mentioned Outlook Shortcuts, you can try the following Keyboard Shortcuts as well.
- ALT + A = To open the drop down menu.
- ALT + B = To open the Address Book along with the BCC Field that you select.
- ALT + C = To choose the message recipients to do CC.
- ALT + D = To open the Daily Calendar View.
- ALT + E = To open the drop down menu of Edit Option.
- ALT + F = To open the drop down menu of File Option.
- ALT + G = To open the drop down menu of Go Option.
- ALT + H = To open the drop down menu of Help Option.
- ALT + I = To open the drop down menu of Insert Option or to open the Find Tool.
- ALT + . = To open the Address Book marked with the To Field.
These are just a handful of Outlook Shortcuts that we just mentioned; the list is rather long when it comes to keyboard shortcuts.
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