Re: keystrokes for outlook 2016


Carolyn Arnold <4carolyna@...>
 

Hay, Mike, I can do that. Here they are:

Getting Started - From Carolyn Arnold
Control Y plus I for Inbox, T for Trash, etc, takes you to
boxes.

Also from inside box, Shift Tab to Favorites; arrow up and
down to find boxes. It is imperative to keep Control Shift
in mind, because when setting up a new box, it is necessary
to execute that command in order for your new box to line up
correctly.

Control 1 - Go to Inbox
Control 2 - Go to Calendar
Control 3 - Go to Contacts

To start a new e-mail - Control N. You are in the address
fields with TO: cc: and bcc: if that one has been set. I
like to send multiple sender e-mails from the bcc: field.
Whichever field you are in, the same process apply. Either
enter a known address if you have it or Press Alt Period.
Then if the list is not at hand, and search is shown, you
can search or Shift Tab once and Up Arrow once to check
names, then Tab once to be just above your list of contacts.
. You should be in a field of your contacts. Down Arrow
through Contacts. Press Enter on desired contact or
contacts, and Enter after each individual chosen contact.
When you have selected the contact or contacts to receive
the message, press Enter twice. Then proceed to the Subject
line by tabbing to it, then Tab to the body of the e-mail to
write the message.

Instructions for BCC - Joseph the Free Tech guy:

Making the BCC field show in
Outlook 2013:
1. Press Control+N to begin
the process of sending a new
message.
2. While in the body of the
email message press the Alt
key to show the ribbon then
right arrow to the "Options"
tab then press the tab key
till the following item has
been highlighted:
BCC button
3. Press enter on this button
to make the BCC field show.
4. This is an item which has a
checkbox associated with it,
which means it will remain
enabled until it is disabled.
This is also a toggle which
means this BCC field can be
disabled from showing by
repeating steps 1 through 3.

Attachments - From Carolyn Arnold
Highlight the document you want to attach. Hit Control C for
Copy. Go to Outlook, enter address(s) and subject. Go to
body. Write information if you want to. Then hit Control V.
Check by going to Sent Mail. Find the one just sent with
attachment. Open it, and when in the body, hit Shift Tab,
and attachments will be displayed. There will always be at
least two, because the first one is a part of the program
(it makes sense to the designers of Outlook).

Easier way I learned recently -
1. Alt-N-A-F.
2. Type attachment name with file extension.
3. Enter.

Finding Message in Folder
Using Find In MSOutlook2007&2010 Using Jaws Locating All
Messages By One
Sender:
This will work in any mailbox E.g., in-box, sent-box etc.
1. Press ctrl+shift+the letter "f"=advance-find.
2. Tab three times=from....edit.
3. Type in a sender's first or last name.
4. Press enter.
5. Press the f6key and you are put into the list of messages
by the sender you searched for.
6. If you open a message to read it, press escape once to
close it. Then move to the next one to read.
7. If you open a message to read and do not wish to read any
more, press escape twice and you are placed back in to the
original location were the search was started. This means if
you were in the in-box when starting the search, pressing
escape twice will return you back to the in-box. Pressing
escape once will only return you to the list of messages
found in the search.

***

II. Searching For A Specific Topic In A Subject Field:
1. Press ctrl+shift+the letter "f".
2. Type a word that would be found in the subject line you
are searching for.
3. Press enter.
4. Press f6 and you are put into the list of messages
containing the subject line searched for.
5. If you open a message to read it, press escape once to
close it. Then move to the next one to read.
6. If you open a message to read and do not wish to read any
more, press escape twice and you are placed back in to the
original location were the search was started. This means if
you were in the in-box when starting the search, pressing
escape twice will return you back to the in-box. Pressing
escape once will only return you to the list of messages
found in the search.
David

From: david
Another way to search;
1, alt+f=file,
2, T=options,
3, s=search,
Now tab until you hear;
Current folder checked,
Use the down arrow you will hear,
All folders checked.
Also you may want to have the next box checked, This checks
the deleted items also. Unless you have the deleted folder
to empty on exit.

then to do a search,
Example from the inbox,
Press the f3key,
Type in your search criteria. Now, just shift+tab, you
should see the results.

In Outlook 2010 quickly find a message by searching on an
exact word or
phrase from the header or body of the message you are
searching for by
following these steps:

1. Shift+Tab twice to move into an edit box.
2. Type or paste in an exact word or phrase that you know
is in the message
you are looking for. Capitalization does not matter, but
everything else
does. Sometimes less is better.
3. Tab or Shift+Tab until you are in the list view of the
search results.
The number of times you have to press either of these
commands will depend
on how you have your Outlook view set up.
4. Use up and down arrow to move through the list, Enter to
open a message,
ESC to close an open message, and ESC when in the list view
to close the
search.

Comments: This searching technique also works in Notes and
Calendar. There
is a way to tell it to search in all folders, but I'm yet to
figure this
out. I'm thinking that there must be a way to search on a
date, but again,
I have not figured this out.

Another way to find all messages from a sender if you can
find one message
in that folder from that sender is:

1. When in the list view for the folder in which you want
to search, move
to the message, but do not open it.
2. Press the applications key (or Shift+F10) to bring up a
context menu.
3. Arrow to Find Related and press Enter or press F to open
a submenu.
4. There are 2 choices on the submenu, arrow to "From
Sender" and press
Enter, or press S.
5. The list of matching items is presented. Use up and
down arrow to
navigate the list, Enter to open and read a message, ESC to
close an open
message and ESC when at the list to close the search
results.

From Walt Smith from e-mail list:

To display the Internet header information:

1. With a message open, press Alt+F to open the Files menu:
press Enter on the Info tab.
2. Arrow down and press Enter on Properties.
3. Press Tab to the Internet Headers item. This is where
you'll find all of the message headers.
4. Tab to Close and press Enter.

From Joseph,, the Free Tech guy:

To email a person's Contact information:
1. If you would like to send a person's Contact information
contained within your complete list of contacts, beginning
from the Inbox, press Control+3 to focus on your list of
Contacts.
2. Down arrow through the list of Contacts until you find
the individual's
contact information.
3. Press Control+F to forward the contact information.
The screen one normally encounters when sending a new email
message will show.
Tab through all the fields and fill in required email
address etc.
When you reach the body of the message, press Shift+Tab and
the attached Contact information will show. One can also
press Insert+A from within the
body of the email message to show attached files.
4. Press Alt+S to send the email message.
5. Press Control+1 to return to the Outlook Inbox.

To search for a specific Contact:
1. from within the Inbox, press Control+3 to show your list
of Contacts.
2. Press F3 to show the search query edit field.
4. Type in a name, partial email address, or any other
information associated with the contact of interest such as
part of a home address or phone number.
5. To review the search results simply press Shift+Tab about
2 or 3 times, or until you find the list of search results.
6. When you locate the search results, you can press the up
or down arrow keys to navigate through the results. You can
press Insert+NumpadPageDown to determine the number of
contacts matching the search query.
7. Press enter on an item to show all details associated
with the contact.

You can tab through the screen showing the contact's
details.
8. When you have finished reviewing the contact's
information, press the Escape key to close the contact. You
will be placed back in the search results.
9. To return focus to the original screen showing all of
your contacts simply press Control+3.
Note: You can also try pressing F3 to place focus on the
search edit field

then quickly press the Escape key a couple of times and you
will be returned to your list of contacts.
Alternatively, if you will no longer need to use the
contacts list, with the search results showing, rather than
executing the information in step #9 immediately above, you
can press control+1 to immediately return to the Inbox.
10. Please keep in mind that when you enter information into
the search edit field, Outlook will search through all
fields which may contain the information you are seeking.
For example, if you are running a search for "Mary," the
search will find such items as Mary street, Mary's
restaurant, Saint Mary's Hospital, etc. The more specific
the query, the better the results.

Getting contacts into Address Field in order to send an
E-mail - From Joseph:
1. Press Alt Period.
2. Shift Tab once.
3. Up Arrow once to names.
4. Tab to the list of Contacts.
5. Arrow through and press Enter on the selected name for
the e-mail.
6. Once the name or names are chosen, press Enter twice.
7. Then continue with Subject and Body of the e-mail.

Control K to view a few names - From Paul on JFW list:

The MS Outlook shortcut to check names is CONTROL + K. It
will pop up with a list of names from your contacts that
match the few letters you've typed in so far.

I did try The Control K, in the instance that I tried from
Paul's e-mail brought me anything address with an I in it,
since I chose I realizing that there would not be a lot, but
it was surprising how many had an I in them.

Making sure Sent Messages are being saved - Jim Hamilton
1. open your Outlook "File" menu
2. down-arrow to "Options"
3. right-arrow once to the "mail" tab
4. then TAB approximately "30" times until you get to
the "save copies
of messages in the Sent Items folder
5. if this is unchecked, check it by hitting the
spacebar
6. then, tab to OK and press enter.

From Mario on list:
Save sender's address:
From an open message, shift tab until you hear the persons
user
name address. then, shift + F10 and arrow down to add to
outlook address
book.

Distribution lists - from Barbara McGinnis, computer
instructor, North Carolina (Morehead) training center for
Blind/Visually Impaired:
1. Open Outlook..
2. Control 3 (in numbers above the q, etc) to get to
Contacts.
3. Control Shift L.
4. Give a name to your Distribution Group
5. Alt H, M, C.
6. Arrow to Select from Contacts.
7. Enter to open dialog box.
8. Up/down arrow to select names and Enter on name to be
included in list. (You must use the arrow, because as of
this writing within the confines of Outlook and JAWS, it is
not possible to first-letter navigate the Contact List.)
9. Do this arrowing on names and entering on the ones wanted
to select group members.
10. Tab to OK and press Spacebar to save
11. Alt H, then A.V. to save.

1. press control+shift+l to create a distribution list.
2. Type a name.
3. Tab once and you will hear the name of the list, press
enter.
4. To add a contact, press alt+h+t.
5. tab to the list of contacts, arrow to a contact you wish
to add to the distribution list.
6 Tab to and enter on members button.
7. Contact will be added, tab to ok and press enter.

Or:
1. Start a new message. Put all the addresses into the
message that you want.
2. In the To line or wherever you placed the addresses, use
control a to select all.
3. Then copy to the clipboard.
4. Open Notepad and paste the addresses in.
5. Then save the file with whatever name you wish.
6. In future, open the file, copy all the addresses to the
clipboard, then close the program.
7. Start a new message and paste the addresses into whatever
field you wish.



To Add:






Barbara McGinnis

Assistive Technology Teacher

Division of Services for the Blind, Rehabilitation Center
for the Blind

NC Department of Health and Human Services



Classroom 919-527-6799

FAX 919-715-0471

Barbara.McGinnis@dhhs.nc.gov
<mailto:Barbara.McGinnis@dhhs.nc.gov>

To Delete:
1. Control 3 for Contacts.
2. Locate group and Enter.
3. Alt-H-X
4. Tab and arrow to name to be deleted.
5. Applications, Arrow up to Delete and Delete for the
contact
5. Alt H, then A.V. to save.
To Add:
1. Go to Contacts.
2. Alt H,M, C.
3. Arrow to Contacts and Enter on the one or ones you want
to add.
4. Alt H, then A. V. to Save.

From Joseph the Free Tech Guy:
Wich Outlook 2013, handling junkmail. There's lots of
different opinions on this.

For now, if you want to review some of your JunkMail
options, try the following.

1. Open Outlook 2013.
2. Press down arrow through your list of messages to
highlight one of them.
3. Press Shift F10.
4. Up arrow until you locate the following item: Junk email
submenu.
Press right arrow to open this submenu.
5. Up arrow to the following item then press enter: Junk
email options.
6. A multipage dialogue will show. You can navigate through
this dialogue by pressing the tab key. Tab through these
options to get an idea as to how the Outlook JunkMail filter
works.
Note: this is a multipage dialogue so pressing Control+Tab
will switch to the next tab and Control+Shift+Tab will move
to the previous tab.
7. You can always press the "Escape" key to close the
dialogue and be returned to the Inbox.

The following is a link to a website with good info
regarding the use of the JunkMail filter in Outlook:

Using Outlook's Junk Mail filter
http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/rules/using-outlooks-junk-m
ail-filter/

To show the list of Outlook 2013 Contacts:
1. Press Control+3 (use the numbers on the number row [not
numpad]).
2. Down arrow once or twice to place focus on the list of
Contacts. You will know when your contacts are in focus as
you will hear the name of the first person in your list of
contacts.
3. When navigating the list of contacts, you must down arrow
through the contacts because if you try first letter
navigation you will trigger the automatic searching of
names, which is to say and edit field will show. If you have
lots of contacts, you can press and hold the down arrow key
to quickly speed through your list of contacts.
Note: If you accidentally press a letter which makes the
edit field show simply press the Escape key a couple of
times to turn off the search field.
4. To go to the bottom of the list of contacts Press
Control+NumpadEnd key (e-n-d).
To go to the top of the list Press Control+NumpadHome key.
5. To return to the Outlook inbox press Control+1.

To create a new Contact in Outlook 2013:
1. From within your Inbox, if you wish to add someone to
your Contacts, simply press down arrow to highlight the
email message of interest then use the Windows copy command
(Control+C) to copy the message to the clipboard.
2. Press Control+3 to show the Outlook Contacts list.
3. Press Control+V to paste. the screen will change and a
dialogue showing the person's details will show. You can tab
through all edit fields and fill in additional related
contact information.
4. When you are ready to save the individual's contact
information, you can either press Alt+S and the screen will
close, or you can press the Escape key and you will get a
confirmation message asking if you would like to save the
contact's information.
5. Press Control+1 to return to your Inbox.

To delete a contact in Outlook 2013:
1. From your Inbox, press Control+3 to show your list of
Contacts.
2. Down arrow to select an individual's contact information
which you would like to delete.
3. You can press the Delete key and that contact will be
placed in the Outlook Deleted items folder.
You can press Shift+Delete key and a dialogue will show
asking if you want

to permanently delete the contact--you can press the Tab key
to choose Yes or No. Once the contact is permanently
deleted, it will not go to the Deleted items folder, it will
be gone for good.

Note: it might be safer to press the delete key alone to
prevent permanent deletion of a contact.
4. Press Control+1 to return to the Inbox.

To email a person's Contact information:
1. If you would like to send a person's Contact information
contained within your complete list of contacts, beginning
from the Inbox, press Control+3 to focus on your list of
Contacts.
2. Down arrow through the list of Contacts until you find
the individual's contact information.
3. Press Control+F to forward the contact information.
The screen one normally encounters when sending a new email
message will show.
Tab through all the fields and fill in required email
address etc.
When you reach the body of the message, press Shift+Tab and
the attached Contact information will show. One can also
press Insert+A from within the body of the email message to
show attached files.
4. Press Alt+S to send the email message.
5. Press Control+1 to return to the Outlook Inbox.

To enter Contact information when composing a new email
message:
1. While in your Outlook inbox Press Control+N to begin the
process of creating a new email message.
2. In the "To:" field you can press the first few characters
of a person's name, and if the contact's name is in your
contacts list or cache associated with a recently sent email
message, the name will be immediately inserted into the edit
field once you press the spacebar. You can use the JAWS
SayLine command to confirm that the contact's information
has been correctly entered.
Note: to show a list of contacts using the Outlook "Check
names" dialogue, while in the "To:" field, press the first 2
or 3 letters of the contact's name then press control+K.
Down arrow to the contact of interest and press enter.
If you use the SayLine command you will find that the
person's name will have been entered in the "To:" field.
It is important to know that the source of these specific
search results is your contacts list and not necessary the
Outlook cache of recently emailed individuals.
3. if you would like to enter any additional contact's in
the to: field, simply repeat step #2.
4. You can repeat the previous steps for the "CC:" field and
the "BCC:"
fields.
5. Tab to the "Subject:" edit field and enter information
describing the content of your email message.
6. Tab into the body of the email message to begin composing
your message.
7. When you have finished composing your message, simply
press
Control+Enter
or Alt+S to send the email message.

To manually enter Contacts when composing an email message:
1. While in your Outlook inbox Press Control+N to begin the
process of
creating a new email message.
2. In the "To:" field you can press Alt+. (period) to show
the "Select
names
dialogue."
3. Down arrow through each contact and pres enter when you
would like to
enter an individual's Contact information into the To:
field.
4. When you have reached the last person's contact
information, press
enter
twice to close the Select names dialogue. You can also tab
to Ok and press enter.
5. You will be returned to the To: field in your new email
message, so
review the To:, CCC:, and BCC fields to confirm the contact
information
has
been correctly entered.
6. If you would like to delete an incorrectly entered
contact's name in
the
To: field, simply use the left and right arrow keys to
locate the contact
of
interest then press the delete key to remove the contact
from the To:
field.
(Don't forget to also delete the semicolon.)
7. Complete the process of composing and sending the email
message.
Note: in step #2, after pressing Alt+. (period), once the
Select names
dialogue is shown, you can down arrow through your list of
contacts then
press the following hotkeys to quickly add the contact
information to a
field other than the To: field:
With the desired contact has been highlighted, press Alt+O
to place the
person's name in the To: field.
Press Alt+C to place the contact's information in the CC:
field.
Press Alt+B to place the contact's information in the BCC
field.
Tab to Ok and press enter to close the Select names
dialogue.NOTE FROM CAROLYN: When I send an e-mail to
multiple recipients, I place all addresses in the bcc field.


Just as a small reminder, try the following to check for new
email messages from within any folder:
1. Press F9.
2. Press Control+M.

To create new mail folders in Outlook 2013 - From Joseph -
from Joseph the Free Tech Guy:
1. Be certain you begin this process while in the Outlook
Inbox.
2. While in the Inbox, press Control+Shift+E. This will
launch the "Create new folder" dialogue.
3. The focus will be on an edit field where one can enter a
name for an email folder--type a name in this field such as
Blindtech2015.
4. Tab once, and by default the focus should be on the
following item: Mail and post items. If this specific item
is not showing, simply use your up or down arrow to select
this item. If this specific item is indeed showing, simply
go to step #5.
5. Tab once again and a tree view should come into focus.
Press the Home key to insure the focus is placed at the very
top of this tree view.
Note: the reason for insuring focus is at the top of the
tree view is so that all newly created folders will be on
the same level 1 as your Inbox, Outbox, Sent mail, Deleted
mail, Drafts folder etc. If you do not press the Home key,
any newly created folder might end up as a level 2 subfolder
within the previously mentioned email folders. Again, simply
press the Home key to place focus at the top of the tree
view.
6. To insure you did not make a mistake, tab through this
entire screen once again and confirm that all has been
properly entered and configured.
7. Tab to and press enter on Ok to accept the changes.
8. Press Control+Y to open the Go to Folder dialogue. Press
the Home key to be placed at the top of this list of
folders. Down arrow through the folders making sure that
your newly created folder is on the same level as your
Inbox, Outbox, Deleted item, etc.
9. If all is fine, press Escape a couple of times to close
the Go to Folder dialogue.

To move email messages between folders in Outlook 2013:
1. If you have email you would like to move from Folder A to
folder B, simply select the email messages of interest from
within folder A.
2. Press Control+Shift+V to open the "Move items" dialogue.
3. Press the Home key to be placed at the top of the list of
folders. Use your down arrow keys to select email folder B
and press enter.
4. After the email messages have been moved, focus will be
returned to Folder A.
5. To confirm the move has been successful, press the
following commands to locate the email messages you have
moved into folder B:
a. Press Control+y to show your list of folders.
b. Find folder B and press enter.
c. Look through your messages and confirm the email messages
have been successfully moved.

To delete an unwanted email folder in Outlook 2013:
1. If you find you no longer have a need for a personal
email folder, beginning in your Inbox try the following.
2. Press Shift+Tab to show your email folders.
Note: It is very important you press Shift+Tab to access
your list of folders because if you use another method to
highlight this list of folders, the option to delete a
folder may not show.
3. Use the up or down arrow keys to navigate to the folder
you would like to delete.
4. Press Shift F10 to show the context menu.
5. Down arrow to the following item and press enter: Delete
(the name of the folder will show).
6. When you press enter, a message will show asking if you
are sure you want to delete the folder. Press enter on Yes,
or tab to NO and press enter.
Note: this message will also state that the personal folder
you delete will not be permanently deleted as it will be
placed in your Deleted items folder.
7. After the folder has been deleted you will be placed in
the list of email folders, so simply press tab to return to
the Inbox.
Note: To permanently delete the unwanted folder press
Shift+Tab to show the list of email folders, then down arrow
to the deleted items folder. Use your right arrow key to
show subfolders. Down arrow and look for the previously
deleted folder. With focus on the unwanted folder, press
Shift F10 to show the context menu. Now down arrow to Delete
and press enter. A message will show asking if you are
certain you want to permanently delete the folder.
Confirm your desired action.

Creating a message rule from a user list in
Outlook 2013:
1. Create a new email folder which will be the target folder
where email messages will be moved:
Press Control+Shift+E to show new folder dialogue > enter a
name for the folder in the Name edit field (EG:
Checkers4All) > Tab to tree view then press press the Home
key > Tab to Ok and press enter.
2. You should begin the rule creation process from within
the Inbox.
3. Find an email message from the user list for which you
would like to create the message rule.
4. When the message has been highlighted, press the Windows
applications key or Shift F10 to show the context menu.
5. Up arrow to the following item and press enter: Rules
submenu. Down arrow and press enter on "create rule..."
6. the new dialogue will allow the user to specify the
criteria used to create the new rule. Since the goal is to
create a rule which will send new email from a list serve to
a newly created email folder, use the following
settings:
a. Subject contains: (check this checkbox). Press tab to go
to the next field.
b. This second item is an edit field so type the name of the
user list such
as: [Checkers4All]. Tab to the next field.
c. Tab to the following checkbox: "Move the item to folder."
Press spacebar to check this item. You may have to tab to
"Select folder.." and press enter.
d. A new screen will show with a list of all your email
folders. Press the Home key to move to the top of the list
then press down arrow to select the target folder where your
new messages will be saved.
e. When you have made a selection tab to the "Ok button" and
press enter.
7. Once returned to the main rule creation dialogue, tab
through all the fields once again to make sure all has been
configured properly. Tab to Ok and press enter. A message
will show confirming that the new email rule has been
successfully created. Tab to Ok once again and press enter.
8. When the rule creation process has been completed, focus
will be placed in the Inbox. Whenever a message from the
Checkers4All list is sent to you, Outlook 2013 will move it
to the new folder. You will have to navigate to the new
folder to show all new messages.

To delete an unwanted message rule in Outlook 2013:
1. Press the following commands to show the Rules dialogue:
Alt+F > i > r.
2. When the Rules and alerts dialogue box is shown, tab
about 8 times or until you reach the list of message rules.
3. Press up or down arrow keys to select a rule. Press the
delete key to delete a rule. You will be presented with a
message confirming the deletion, so press enter on Yes.
4. Repeatedly press tab and press enter on Ok. Press Escape
key to close any remaining open dialogue screens.

To temporarily disable a message rule in Outlook 2013:
The following applies in the event you want to temporarily
disable a message rule so all messages are delivered to the
Inbox.
1. Press the following commands to show the Rules dialogue:
Alt+F > i > r.
2. When the Rules and alerts dialogue box shows, Use the up
or down arrow keys to select a rule. Press the spacebar to
deselect the rule.
Note: screenreaders may not speak the status of this checked
or unchecked item. If you use the mouse reading cursor such
as the JAWS cursor, the status of the checked or unchecked
item can be determined.
4. Press tab and press enter on Ok. Press Escape key to
close any remaining open dialogue screens.
5. To use the rule once again, simply repeat this process
and use the checkbox to select the rule.

To modify the setting for keeping copies of your email on
the ISP server try the following outrageously involved set
of Outlook 2013 - From Joseph the Free Tech Guy
1. Make sure to begin this process within the Outlook 2013
Inbox.
2. Press the following commands: Alt+F > i > s then pres
enter on "Account settings..."
3. You should be on the Email tab so press the tab key about
three times or until you reach the following item then press
enter: "Change..."
4. Within this Change account dialogue, press Shift+Tab
until you locate the following item then press enter: "More
settings...."
5. Within this Internet email settings dialogue, press
Control+Tab twice or until you reach the "Advanced" tab.
6. Press Shift+Tab about 4 times or until you reach the
following checkbox:
"Leave a copy of messages on the server" and configure this
checkbox by pressing the spacebar to toggle check or
unchecked.
7. When you have made your desired changes simply tab once
to "Ok" and press enter.
8. If there are any remaining screens open simply tab to Ok
and press enter.

If at any point you feel you have accidentally changed a
setting you did not want to change, simply press escape a
few times or until you are placed back in the Inbox and try
once again.

Calendar - from Bonnie Lucas
1. To go to the calendar, Control, 2 or Control Y C
2. It should be on Day View.
3. If you want to make a new entry, type Control N.
4. It will be on Subject, so type the appropriate
information.
5. Tab through a dialog box which asks for place, date,
beginning time and then there is something else right before
end time, and then is says "all day event," and eventually
you will get to notes. Here you can just right whatever.
6. Now, to get an alert, I just tried this and you should go
into the menus with alt. Then I down arrowed once and tabbed
through a bunch of stuff and you will eventually get to a
choice of when you want an alert.
7. Tab through to Dismiss Reminder, when you want to delete
a reminder.
8. When all the information is entered, press Alt S. to save
9. Then you return to the Day View, where you can right or
left arrow through the days.
10. Then you are back in the day view where you can right or
left arrow through the days.
11. If you want to check something on a particular day, then
just tab.
12. If you want to read more information about that day of
appointments, hit enter.
13. When done, Alt left arrow takes you back to the inbox.

Dates - From Dave Carlton (lister)
To go to a specific date, press Control G as in Golf.
To go back to today, just type "today".

Signature
1. Use Alt+F.
2. Press Alt+T.
3. If focus is at the top of the category list then arrow
down once to
the Mail category. Otherwise, press up or down arrow key
until you
find the
mail category or just press M for Mail.
4. Tab six times to the Signatures button and use spacebar.
5. Tab to the New button and use spacebar.
6. Type in the name to apply to the signature for example
"work mail
signature" or "home mail signature."
7. Tab to OK and use spacebar.
8. Use Shift+Tab until you pass the OK button and you will
find an
edit box. Type your signature in this edit field. You can
use enter
key if
using more than one line of text.
9. After typing in your signature block and if you are
only going to
use one signature then tab to the OK button and use
spacebar. If you
have more than one signature then tab to the combo boxes
for which
signature to be used for new mail and forwarded or replied
to mail.
If you are using more than one signature then after
choosing which one
to use for new mail and forwarded or replied to mail then
tab to the
OK button and use spacebar.
10. Use tab key or Shift+Tab until you find the OK button
and use
spacebar. Do the same in any subsequent dialogs until you
are back in your message.

From Smiling on list:

Outlook 2010 Keyboard Shortcuts

.CTRL+1: Switch to Mail.
.CTRL+2: Switch to Calendar.
.CTRL+3: Switch to Contacts.
.CTRL+4: Switch to Tasks.
.CTRL+5: Switch to Notes.
.CTRL+6: Switch to Folder List in Navigation Pane.
.CTRL+7: Switch to Shortcuts.
.CTRL+PERIOD: Switch to next message (with message open).
.CTRL+COMMA: Switch to previous message (with message open).
.CTRL+SHIFT+TAB or SHIFT+TAB: Move between the Navigation
Pane, the main Outlook window, the Reading Pane, and the
To-Do Bar.
.CTRL+TAB: Move around message header lines in the
Navigation Pane or an open message.
.Arrow keys: Move around within the Navigation Pane.
.ALT+B or ALT+LEFT ARROW: Go back to previous view in main
Outlook window.
.CTRL+Y: Go to a different folder.
.F3 or CTRL+E: Go to the Search box.
.ALT+UP ARROW or CTRL+COMMA or ALT+PAGE UP: In the Reading
Pane, go to the previous message.
.SPACEBAR: In the Reading Pane, page down through text.
.SHIFT+SPACEBAR: In the Reading Pane, page up through text.
.ALT+RIGHT ARROW: Go forward to next view in main Outlook
window.
.CTRL+SHIFT+I: Switch to Inbox.
.CTRL+SHIFT+O: Switch to Outbox.
.CTRL+K: Check names.
.ALT+S: Send.
.CTRL+R: Reply to a message.
.CTRL+SHIFT+R: Reply all to a message.
.CTRL+ALT+R: Reply with meeting request.
.CTRL+F: Forward a message.
.CTRL+ ALT+J: Mark a message as not junk.
.CTRL+SHIFT+I: Display blocked external content (in a
message).
.CTRL+ SHIFT+S: Post to a folder.
.CTRL+SHIFT+N: Apply Normal style.
.CTRL+M or F9: Check for new messages.
.UP ARROW: Go to the previous message.
.DOWN ARROW: Go to the next message.
.CTRL+N: Create a message (when in Mail).
.CTRL+SHIFT+M: Create a message (from any Outlook view).
.CTRL+O: Open a received message.
.CTRL+SHIFT+D: Delete and Ignore a Conversation.
.CTRL+SHIFT+B: Open the Address Book.
.INSERT: Add a Quick Flag to an unopened message.
.CTRL+SHIFT+G: Display the Flag for Follow Up dialog box.
.CTRL+Q: Mark as read.
.CTRL+U: Mark as unread.
.CTRL+SHIFT+W: Open the Mail Tip in the selected message.
.ALT+ENTER: Show the properties for the selected item.
.CTRL+SHIFT+U: Create a multimedia message.
.CTRL+SHIFT+T: Create a text message.
.CTRL+ALT+M: Mark for Download.
.CTRL+ALT+U: Clear Mark for Download.
.F9: Send and Receive.
.CTRL+B (when a Send/Receive is in progress): Display
Send/Receive progress.
.CTRL+SHIFT+D: Dial a new call.
.F3 or CTRL+E: Find a contact or other item (Search).
.F11: Enter a name in the Search Address Books box.
.SHIFT+letter: In Table or List view of contacts, go to
first contact that starts with a specific letter.
.F5: Update a list of distribution list members.
.CTRL+Y: Go to a different folder.
.CTRL+SHIFT+B: Open the Address Book.
.CTRL+SHIFT+F: Use Advanced Find.
.CTRL+SHIFT+PERIOD: In an open contact, open the next
contact listed.
.F11: Find a contact.
.ESC: Close a contact.
.CTRL+SHIFT+X: Send a fax to the selected contact.
.CTRL+N: Create a new appointment (when in Calendar).
.CTRL+SHIFT+A: Create a new appointment (in any Outlook
view).
.CTRL+SHIFT+Q: Create a new meeting request.
.CTRL+F: Forward an appointment or meeting.
.CTRL+R: Reply to a meeting request with a message.
.CTRL+SHIFT+R: Reply All to a meeting request with a
message.
.ALT+0: Show 10 days in the calendar.
.ALT+1: Show 1 day in the calendar.
.ALT+2: Show 2 days in the calendar.
.ALT+3: Show 3 days in the calendar.
.ALT+4: Show 4 days in the calendar.
.ALT+5: Show 5 days in the calendar.
.ALT+6: Show 6 days in the calendar.
.ALT+7: Show 7 days in the calendar.
.ALT+8: Show 8 days in the calendar.
.ALT+9: Show 9 days in the calendar.
.CTRL+G: Go to a date.
.ALT+= or CTRL+ALT+4: Switch to Month view.
.CTRL+RIGHT ARROW: Go to the next day.
.ALT+DOWN ARROW: Go to the next week.
.ALT+PAGE DOWN: Go to the next month.
.CTRL+LEFT ARROW: Go to the previous day.
.ALT+UP ARROW: Go to the previous week.
.ALT+PAGE UP: Go to the previous month.
.ALT+HOME: Go to the start of the week.
.ALT+END: Go to the end of the week.
.ALT+MINUS SIGN or CTRL+ALT+3: Switch to Full Week view.
.CTRL+A: Select all contacts.
.CTRL+F: Create a message with selected contact as subject.
.CTRL+J: Create a Journal entry for the selected contact.
.CTRL+N: Create a new contact (when in Contacts).
.CTRL+SHIFT+C: Create a new contact (from any Outlook view).
.CTRL+O: Open a contact form for the selected contact.
.CTRL+SHIFT+L: Create a distribution list.
.CTRL+P: Print.
.CTRL+ALT+2: Switch to Work Week view.
.CTRL+COMMA or CTRL+SHIFT+COMMA: Go to previous appointment.
.CTRL+PERIOD or CTRL+SHIFT+PERIOD: Go to next appointment.
.CTRL+E: Find a message or other item.
.ESC: Clear the search results.
.CTRL+ALT+A: Expand the search to include All Mail Items,
All Calendar Items, or All Contact Items, depending on the
module you are in.
.CTRL+SHIFT+F: Use Advanced Find.
.CTRL+SHIFT+P: Create a new Search Folder.
.F4: Search for text within an open item.
.CTRL+H: Find and replace text, symbols, or some formatting
commands. Works in the Reading Pane on an open item.
.CTRL+ALT+K: Expand search to include items from the current
folder.
.CTRL+ALT+Z: Expand search to include subfolders.


To make Internet Explorer your default browser

1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the
Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
2. Click the Tools button , and then click
Internet options.
3. Click the Programs tab, and then click Make
default.
4. Click OK, and then close Internet Explorer.


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On Mar 26, 2016, at 9:23 AM, Lauren Snyder
<princessesrule@twc.com <mailto:princessesrule@twc.com> >
wrote:



Hi:
I have Outlook 2010 and windows 10 with John 17.
When I click I should say press enter on a link in an email,
Microsoft Edge launches instead of Internet Explorer which
is what I want the link to open up into. How do I do this?
Please help.


Sincerely,

Lauren Snyder, Ph.D.



To make Internet Explorer your default browser

1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the
Internet Explorer icon on the taskbar.
2. Click the Tools button , and then click
Internet options.
3. Click the Programs tab, and then click Make
default.
4. Click OK, and then close Internet Explorer.

Bye for now,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On
Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Sunday, July 3, 2016 7:48 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: keystrokes for outlook 2016

Hi All,

After anyone receives the tutorial, why doesn't someone just
post the tutorial to the list so Carolyn doesn't have to
work so hard getting it to everyone individually.
Take care.
Mike
Sent from my iBarstool. Go Dodgers!
----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Behler <mailto:tombehler@gmail.com>
To: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, July 03, 2016 1:35 PM
Subject: Re: keystrokes for outlook 2016

Carolyn:

Please send me the Outlook tutorial as well.

I'm using Outlook 2016, but I suspect that much of the info
in the 2013 tutorial would be applicable to my situation.

My personal e-mail address is:

tombehler@gmail.com <mailto:tombehler@gmail.com>

Thank you!

Dr. Tom Behler from Michigan


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
[mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Christian
Shinaberger
Sent: Sunday, July 03, 2016 1:40 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Re: keystrokes for outlook 2016

Hi Carolyn,
Yes, please do.
Chris


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
[mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Carolyn Arnold
Sent: Saturday, July 02, 2016 12:11 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: Re: keystrokes for outlook 2016

I have a tutorial for Outlook 2013. If you would like for me
to send it, let me know, and I will send off list.

Bye for now,

Carolyn


-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
[mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Stan Holdeman
Sent: Saturday, July 2, 2016 2:03 PM
To: main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
Subject: keystrokes for outlook 2016

I am a new user of Outlook 2016. Where can I find a
keystroke guide and other helps for Outlook 2016 for Jaws
17?



Stan

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