moderated outlook accessibility


Gery Gaubert
 

Until now I am ok just with the basics of outlook.  I now have to create a list of email addresses so when sending an email I can just put in the name of the list and all names on that list get the email.  This way I can add and remove names from the list as needed.  Is there a book or document that contains information about using outlook from the keyboard? 


Rod & Ele Macdonald
 

Gery,

I suggest you do a search for "using outlook with a screen reader". You should get results from Microsoft support with individual articles covering almost everything you will need. There are about a dozen articles that explain how to use the keyboard to access Outlook, including a list of keyboard shortcuts Outlook supports. When you access one of these articles, you will see "See also..." at the end, with links to the other related articles.

Rod

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Date: Tuesday, August 23, 2022 11:20 am
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Until now I am ok just with the basics of outlook. I now have to create a list of email addresses so when sending an email I can just put in the name of the list and all names on that list get the email. This way I can add and remove names from the list as needed. Is there a book or document that contains information about using outlook from the keyboard?


techsavi.shankar@...
 

Hi,

Note: this instructions works only if the contacts saved in your outlook office365.

  1. Go to navigation bar by pressing f6 key.
  2. Select the people by pressing downarrow.
  3. Select the contacts list from the dd and launch the context menu.
  4. From the context menu, select the new contact group.
  5. Provide the name for the new contact group.
  6. Press f6 and select the contact group tab.
  7. Tab to Add members to this contact group from your Outlook contacts, address book, or enter an e-mail address.
  8. Select the contacts and shift tab to save and close and press enter/space key.

 

Hope this helps.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gery Gaubert
Sent: 24 August 2022 02:50
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: outlook accessibility

 

Until now I am ok just with the basics of outlook.  I now have to create a list of email addresses so when sending an email I can just put in the name of the list and all names on that list get the email.  This way I can add and remove names from the list as needed.  Is there a book or document that contains information about using outlook from the keyboard? 


NFB Lab 4
 

The thing that I think you were looking for is an email template. That’s where you fill out all the information that you want and it saves it all so then you just fill in the body of the email and send it and it’ll go to everybody


On Aug 23, 2022, at 8:00 PM, techsavi.shankar@... wrote:



Hi,

Note: this instructions works only if the contacts saved in your outlook office365.

  1. Go to navigation bar by pressing f6 key.
  2. Select the people by pressing downarrow.
  3. Select the contacts list from the dd and launch the context menu.
  4. From the context menu, select the new contact group.
  5. Provide the name for the new contact group.
  6. Press f6 and select the contact group tab.
  7. Tab to Add members to this contact group from your Outlook contacts, address book, or enter an e-mail address.
  8. Select the contacts and shift tab to save and close and press enter/space key.

 

Hope this helps.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gery Gaubert
Sent: 24 August 2022 02:50
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: outlook accessibility

 

Until now I am ok just with the basics of outlook.  I now have to create a list of email addresses so when sending an email I can just put in the name of the list and all names on that list get the email.  This way I can add and remove names from the list as needed.  Is there a book or document that contains information about using outlook from the keyboard?