In Outlook, first position on the message you want to move. Then press Control + Shift + V, arrow to the destination folder, and press Enter.
In Outlook, to delete a message, position on the message and press the Delete key, or Control + D. This sends the message to the Deleted Items folder. To permanently delete a message, bypassing the Deleted Items folder, position on … Read More
To create a new message in Outlook, press Control + N. In fact, Control + N works in most applications to create something new. In a new message, you can then use the Tab key to move between To, Subject … Read More
Microsoft Outlook is used mainly as an email application, but it also includes a calendar, contact manager, task manager, etc. In Outlook, press Control + 1 to go to your email, Control + 2 to go to your calendar, Control … Read More
Pressing Windows + Pause opens a System Properties dialogue box with all the main spec information about your PC. Useful for checking how much RAM there is or the power of your processor. The Pause key is usually located towards … Read More
Pressing Windows + Comma will let you temporarily look at the desktop. When you let go of the keys, you are returned to the application you were working on. This shortcut is only available in Windows 10 but has been … Read More
Make sure language is set to English (US). Press Windows + Semi-colon to bring up the emoji panel and use the arrow keys to move around and choose an expression. Press Tab to move between pages and pages of emojis! … Read More