Keyboard Shortcuts for Basic Outlook Navigation
Using the Ctrl key plus a number key 1 to 7 you can easily switch between the component parts of Outlook as follows:
Switch to Mail view Ctrl+1
Switch to Calendar view Ctrl+2
Switch to Contacts view Ctrl+3
Switch to Tasks view Ctrl+4
Switch to Notes Ctrl+5
Switch to Folder list in the Folder pane Ctrl+6
Switch to Shortcuts Ctrl+7
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How to Customise the Background and Title Bar in Microsoft Office
The customise feature in the Microsoft Office feature has no real practical use other than to be more pleasing to your own eyes. The video shows you how to change background and title bar colours in Office 2010 and Office 2016.
Avoid the Embarrassment of Sending Wrong Emails by Delaying them.
Have you ever sent an email and as you click send realise that you have sent it to the wrong person, forgot some crucial information or forgot the attachment. The new Outlook does now recognise if you have mentioned attachment in your text and have forgot to attach it but if you delay your email by a few minutes at least you have a small window of opportunity to stop it being sent.
here is how to set that feature up.
When working in Microsoft Outlook it is sometimes useful to hide some of the panels so you can just view your emails or just view your calendar. The quickest way is to click the button on the bottom right of your Outlook just next to the zoom slider control.