Jump to Events in Outlook Calendar

To jump to the previous event in your Outlook Calendar, press Control + , (comma).To jump to the next event in your Outlook Calendar, press Control + . (full stop).It will also jump to the day of the event and, if you … Read More

Day Views in Outlook Calendar

In Outlook Calendar, you can view a number of days at a time.Press Alt + 1 to view one day.Press Alt + 2 to view two days.Press Alt + 3 to view three days.And so on, up to Alt + … Read More

Outlook Calendar Views

Press Control + Alt + 1 to just show one day of the calendar.Press Control + Alt + 2 to show a work week.Press Control + Alt + 3 to show a full week.Press Control + Alt + 4 to show … Read More

Jump to a Date in Outlook Calendar

To go to a particular date in the calendar, press Control + G. Type in the date and then press Enter. Make sure that the day, month and year are separated. You can use a slash, a colon, a full … Read More

Create an Outlook Calendar Meeting

To create a meeting in the Outlook calendar, press Control + Shift + Q. Tab through the fields and enter the relevant details including the email addresses of the people you want to invite to the meeting. Press Alt + … Read More

Create an Outlook Calendar Appointment

To create an appointment in the Outlook calendar, press Control + N for New or Control + Shift + A for Appointment. Tab through the fields and enter the relevant details. Press Alt + S to save.

Intro to Outlook Calendar

To go to your Calendar in Outlook, press Control + 2.Or press Control + Y for the folder list, press C then Enter.To go back to your Inbox, press Control + Shift + I or Control + 1.

Read Aloud Tool in Outlook

Open an email message in Outlook.Make sure that the message is maximised (Alt + Space then X).Press Alt + H for the Message Ribbon and then press R1.The message text will start to read.You can use the arrow keys to … Read More

Searching for Text within an Email Message

Open the email message and press F4.Type in your keywords and press Enter.Keep pressing Enter to move to each instance of the keywords.Press Escape to come out of the Find and explore the text around a specific instance.Press F4 again … Read More

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