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Keyboard Shortcuts for Outlook 2000

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Keyboard Shortcuts for Outlook 2000

Post by Admin on Sat Jun 20, 2009 10:56 am

Keyboard Shortcuts for Outlook 2000


ToPress
Go to previous folder; use within the File Open or Insert File dialog boxes.ALT+1
Open the folder one level up from the open folder (Up One Level button); use within the File Open and Insert File dialog boxes.ALT+2
Close
the open dialog box and opens your World Wide Web search page (Search
the Web button); use when working in the File Open or Insert File
dialog boxes.
ALT+3
Delete the selected folder or file; use within the File Open or Insert File dialog boxes.ALT+4
Create a new subfolder in the open folder; use within the File Open or Insert File dialog boxes.ALT+5
Switch
between List, Details, Properties, and Preview views (click the arrow
next to Views); use within the File Open or Insert File dialog boxes.
ALT+6
Display the Tools menu; use within the File Open or Insert File dialog boxes.ALT+7
Post an selected item into a specified folder.CTRL+SHIFT+S
Flag an item for needing a follow up.CTRL+SHIFT+G
Create new Office document when working in Outlook.CTRL+SHIFT+H
Create a Distribution list item or folder when working in Outlook.CTRL+SHIFT+L
Convert an HTML or RTF message to plain text when working in Outlook.CTRL+SHIFT+O
Enter a name in the Quick Find box.F11
Go to previous item (with item open) when working within Outlook.CTRL+, (comma)
Go to next item (with item open) when working within Outlook.CTRL+. (period)
Open Background Synchronization when working with Menu commands.CTRL+B
Close the visible menu and submenu at the same time; works with menu commands.ALT
View 10 days; works when using general keys for moving around in the day/week/month/view.ALT+0 (ZERO)
View 1 day; works when using general keys for moving around in the day/week/month/view.ALT+1
Keys to create a new meeting request or open an existing meeting request.CTRL+SHIFT+Q
Reply All to an E-Mail.CTRL+SHIFT+R
Select or unselect one word to the right of the cursor.CTRL+SHIFT+RIGHT ARROW
Reduce the size of a hanging indent formatted on onto a selected block of text.CTRL+SHIFT+T
Go to the previous tab when working in a tabbed dialog box.CTRL+SHIFT+TAB
Go to the previous tab when working in a tabbed dialog box.CTRL+SHIFT+TAB or CTRL+PAGE UP
Create a new Task request or open an existing Task report in Outlook.CTRL+SHIFT+U
Extend the selection to the previous card, regardless of the starting point.CTRL+SHIFT+UP ARROW
Paste an item from one place to another.CTRL+SHIFT+V
Close Print Preview; use within menu commands.ALT+C
Decline when responding to an E-Mail schedule request; use within menu commands.ALT+D
Go to the same day in the next week; works with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+DOWN ARROW
Move selected item to the same day in the next week; works with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+DOWN ARROW
Display more Help topics; works when using Office Assistant.ALT+DOWN ARROW
Go to the same day in the next week; works with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+DOWN ARROW
Open a selected drop-down menu; works within a dialog box.ALT+DOWN ARROW
Go to the last day of the current week; use within the Date Navigator.ALT+END
Switch to month view when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+EQUAL SIGN
Close a selected window while working in Outlook; if you have only one open window, close Outlook.ALT+F4
Activate Office Assistant while working in a document.ALT+F6; repeat until the balloon is active
Go to the first day of the current week when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+HOME
Switch to week view when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+HYPHEN SIGN
Select the folder list in Save As dialog box (in the File menu); use arrow keys to select a folder.ALT+I to select the Folder List; arrow keys to select a folder
Display the Task menu while working in Outlook.ALT+K
View anywhere from 2 through 9 days at a time; works when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.ALT+key for number of days
Move
a selected item to the previous day when multiple days appear; use when
working with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+LEFT ARROW

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