Advanced Find Ctrl-Shift-F
Bold (Contacts notes section) Ctrl-B
Bold (RichText or HTML mail) Ctrl-B
Check for new mail F9 (Outlook 2003)
Check for new mail F5 (Outlook 2000,2002)
Close a window Alt-F4
Close a window Esc
Copy Ctrl-C
Create Appointment Ctrl-Shift-A
Create Contact Ctrl-Shift-C
Create Flag for follow-up Ctrl-Shift-G
Create Folder Ctrl-Shift-E
Create Meeting Request Ctrl-Shift-Q
Create Message Ctrl-Shift-M
Create Note Ctrl-Shift-N
Create Task Ctrl-Shift-K
Create Task Request Ctrl-Shift-U
Cut Ctrl-X
Delete opened item Ctrl-D
Folder List - Collapse selected folder - (Numeric keypad)
Folder List - Expand selected folder * (Numeric keypad)
Folder List - Open Ctrl-Y
Forward selected mail Ctrl-F
Go to Calendar Ctrl-2
Go to Contacts Ctrl-2
Go to Inbox Ctrl-1
Italics (Contacts notes section) Ctrl-I
Italics (RichText or HTML mail) Ctrl-I
Mark item as read Ctrl-Q
Mark item as unread Ctrl-U
Move down one screen PgDn
Move to first item Home
Move to last item End
Move up one screen PgUp
Create new default item Ctrl-N
Open “Find a Contact” F11
Open “Look In” Alt-I
Open selected item Ctrl-O
Open selected item Enter
Paste Ctrl-V
Print Ctrl-P
Read next email Ctrl->
Read previous email Ctrl-<
Redo (within text field) Ctrl-Y
Remove last semi-colon from mail addressee Alt-K
Reply to selected message Ctrl-R
Save Ctrl-S
Select all items Ctrl-A
Select to first item Ctrl-Shift-Home
Select to last item Ctrl-Shift-End
Send email message Ctrl-Enter
Spell check open item F7
Switch to Inbox Ctrl-Shift-I
Switch to Outbox Ctrl-Shift-O
Underline (Contacts notes section) Ctrl-U
Underline (RichText or HTML mail) Ctrl-U
Undo Ctrl-Z

Microsoft Outlook Shortcut Keys

Hi Friends Welcome to blog which is dedicated with the resource i can share with you all what i gained in my due course of trouble shooting with my 5 year's experience has a tech support executive with different organizations.

To share with just want to start with the shortcut key that make outlook handy and provides a fingure tip access to them. Hope you will find it interesting and appreciate it.

Here are some of them and will be posted in the due course in the coming post's dedicated to this...

Any time your views and comments to the share with are Welcome ....

There are following shortcut keys used in Microsoft Outlook

Alt + S

Send the e-mail

Ctrl + C

Copy selected text

Ctrl + X

Cut selected text

Ctrl + P

Pest selected text

Ctrl + K

Complete the Name/ and or e-mail

being typed in the e-mail address bar

Ctrl + B

Bold Highlighted Selection

Ctrl + I

Italic Highlighted Selection

Ctrl + U

Underline Highlighted Selection

Ctrl + F

Forward an e-mail

Ctrl + N

Create a new mail

Ctrl + R

Reply to an e-mail

Ctrl + Shift + A

Create a new appointment to your calendar

Ctrl + Shift + O

Open the Outbox

Ctrl + Shift + I

Open the Inbox

Ctrl + Shift + K

Add a New Task

Ctrl + Shift + C

Create a new contact

Ctrl + Shift + J

Create a new journal Entry