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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003 by Robert Cordingley, Charlie Russel

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Shortcuts for Working with Outlook Items

To work with individual Outlook items such as messages, contacts, tasks, appointments, and notes, use any of the shortcuts shown in Table F.1.

Table F.1. Shortcuts for Outlook Items
TaskShortcut
Cancel current operationEsc
Expand selected group+ (on the number pad)
Collapse selected group- (on the number pad)
Open selected itemEnter
Move from item to itemUp arrow, Down arrow, Left arrow, Right arrow
Display address bookCtrl+Shift+B
DialCtrl+Shift+D
Use Advanced FindCtrl+Shift+F
Flag for follow-upCtrl+Shift+G
Create new office documentCtrl+Shift+H
Next item (with item open)Ctrl+Shift+>
Previous item (with item open)Ctrl+Shift+<
Mark as readCtrl+Q
Reply to mail messageCtrl+R
Reply all to mail messageCtrl+Shift+R
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