MS Outlook Key board short cuts

MS Outlook Key board short cuts

Like Microsoft Word, Excel, and other Office apps, Outlook has unique keyboard shortcuts so you don’t have to waste time moving your mouse around or drilling down through menus. Learn the ones you use most and you’ll speed through your Outlook tasks. MakeUseOf has a handy Outlook keyboard shortcuts cheat sheet you can download or print out. Among the most useful:
  Ctrl+R: reply to email
 Alt+R: reply to all in email or switch to the work week calendar view
   Alt+W: forward email or switch to the weekly calendar view
    Ctrl+M: F9 to Send/Receive all
 Alt+S: Send email
 Ctrl+G: open the “Go to date” dialog to jump to any date in the calendar

Create an Email Signature in Outlook

Select Tools | Options… from the menu in Outlook.

Go to the “Mail Format” Tab

Click Signatures… under Signatures.

Go to the “E-mail Signature” Tab

Click New.

Type the New Signature’s Desired Name

If you have more than one signature for different purposes, name them accordingly. (i.e. Personal, Business, Family)

Click OK.

Type the desired text of your signature under Edit signature.

It is best to keep your signature to no more than 5 or 6 lines of text.

Include the standard signature delimiter.

You can use the formatting toolbar to format your text, or insert an image in your signature.

Click OK.

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