Thursday, 16 January 2014

Microsoft Outlook 97 Keyboard Shortcuts

SHORTCUTACTION
ALTClose the visible menu and submenu at the same time; works with menu commands.
ALT+0 (ZERO)View 10 days; works when using general keys for moving around in the day/week/month/view.
ALT+1View 1 day; works when using general keys for moving around in the day/week/month/view.
CTRL+SHFT+QKeys to create a new meeting request or open an existing meeting request.
CTRL+SHFT+RReply All to an E-Mail.
CTRL+SHFT+RIGHT ARROWSelect or unselect one word to the right of the cursor.
CTRL+SHFT+TReduce the size of a hanging indent formatted on onto a selected block of text.
CTRL+SHFT+TABGo to the previous tab when working in a tabbed dialog box.
CTRL+SHFT+TAB or CTRL+PAGE UPGo to the previous tab when working in a tabbed dialog box.
CTRL+SHFT+UCreate a new Task request or open an existing Task report in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+UP ARROWExtend the selection to the previous card, regardless of the starting point.
CTRL+SHFT+VPaste an item from one place to another.
ALT+BDisplay the previous tip; use with Office Assistant.
ALT+CClose Print Preview; use within menu commands.
ALT+DDecline when responding to an E-Mail schedule request; use within menu commands.
ALT+DOWN ARROWGo to the same day in the next week; works with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+DOWN ARROWMove selected item to the same day in the next week; works with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+DOWN ARROWDisplay more Help topics; works when using Office Assistant.
ALT+DOWN ARROWGo to the same day in the next week; works with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+DOWN ARROWOpen a selected drop-down menu; works within a dialog box.
ALT+ENDGo to the last day of the current week; use within the Date Navigator.
ALT+EQUAL SIGNSwitch to month view when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+F4Close a selected window while working in Outlook; if you have only one open window, close Outlook.
ALT+F6; repeat until the balloon is activeActivate Office Assistant while working in a document.
ALT+HOMEGo to the first day of the current week when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+HYPHEN SIGNSwitch to week view when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+I to select the Folder List; arrow keys to selSelect the folder list in Save As dialog box (in the File menu); use arrow keys to select a folder.
ALT+KDisplay the Task menu while working in Outlook.
ALT+key for number of daysView anywhere from 2 through 9 days at a time; works when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+LEFT ARROWMove a selected item to the previous day when multiple days appear; use when working with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+letter key, where the key is the underlined leSelect a menu, or select or clear the check box by the letter underlined in the menu name in a dialog box.
ALT+NDisplay the next tip when working with Office Assistant.
ALT+number (where hitting key for 1 selects the leSelect a Help topic while using Office Assistant.
ALT+number (where hitting key for 1 selects the leSelect an option in the Save As dialog box (in the File menu).
ALT+ODisplay the Format menu.
ALT+PPrint from Print Preview window.
ALT+PAGE DOWNGo to the last day of the month when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+PAGE UPGo to the first day of the month when using general keys to move around in day/week/month view.
ALT+PRTSCRCopy the active window to the Windows Clipboard.
ALT+RIGHT ARROWMove a selected item from one to the next day when multiple days appear; use when working with general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+SSave, close and Send when working with E-Mail.
ALT+S, ALT+UPrint Preview current page.
ALT+SHFT+TABMove from active application window to previously active application window.
ALT+SPACEDisplay the active window's title bar menu.
ALT+SPACEBAROpen the menu of the leftmost icon on the main toolbar bar of the active window; this menu typically contains the following commands: Restore, Move, Size, Minimize, Maximize and Close.
ALT+TABMove from active application window to the previously used application window; to select an application from a list of the open applications, hold ALT down and press TAB more than once to move through the list.
ALT+letter key, where the key is the underlined leSelect a menu, or select or clear the check box by the letter underlined in the menu name.
ALT+UP ARROWGo to the same day in the previous week when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+UP ARROWMove selected item to the same day in the previous week when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+UP ARROWDisplay previously viewed Help topics while using Office Assistant.
ALT+UP ARROWGo to the same day in the previous week when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+UP ARROW or ESC (when a drop-down list box isClose a drop-down list box while working in a dialog box.
ALT+UP, DOWN, LEFT, or RIGHT ARROWMove a selected appointment up, down, left, or right when using general keys for moving around in day/week/month view.
ALT+ZZoom in on an area of detail while working in Print Preview.
CTRL+SHFT+<Go to previous item (with an item open) in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+>Go to next item (with an item open) in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+ACreate a new Appointment or to open a selected Appointment.
CTRL+SHFT+BOpen the Address Book when sending an E-Mail.
CTRL+SHFT+CCreate a new contact or open a selected contact.
CTRL+SHFT+DDial.
CTRL+SHFT+DOWN ARROWExtend a selection of one card to the next card, regardless of the starting point.
CTRL+SHFT+ECreate a new folder or open a selected folder.
CTRL+SHFT+FDisplay the Find dialog box when working in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+IGo to Inbox.
CTRL+SHFT+JCreate a new journal entry or open an existing one.
CTRL+SHFT+KCreate a new Task or open an existing one when working in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+LAdd bullets to a selection when working in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+LEFT ARROWSelect or unselect one word to the left of the cursor.
CTRL+SHFT+MCreate a new Message or open an existing one when working in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+NKeys to create a new Note or open and existing Note when working in Outlook.
CTRL+SHFT+OGo to Outbox.
CTRL+SHFT+PGo to Find People command.
CTRL+SHFT+YCopy an item.
CTRL+SHFT+Z or CTRL+SPACEBARClear formatting ona selected area.
CTRL+SPACEBARSelect or unselect the active card.
CTRL+SPACEBARSelect or unselect the active item.
CTRL+TIncrease indent on a selected block of text.
CTRL+TABMove to the next tab on a tabbed dialog box.
CTRL+TAB or CTRL+PAGE DOWNMove to the next tab on a tabbed dialog box.
CTRL+TAB or CTRL+SHFT+TAB.Select the next or previous toolbar.
CTRL+TAB or F6Move between Calendar, TaskPad, and the Folder List when moving around in day/week/month view.
CTRL+UP ARROWMove the insertion point to the previous card.
CTRL+UP ARROW or CTRL+DOWN ARROWGo to the next or previous item without extending the selection.
CTRL+UP or HOMEMove to the beginning of a selected item when working in Print Preview.
CTRL+V or SHFT+INSERTPaste a copied item(s) from the Clipboard into a selected location (You also can choose Paste from the Edit menu.).
CTRL+X or SHFT+DELETECopy and remove the selected item(s) from their original location to the Clipboard. (You also can choose the Cut command from the Edit menu.).
CTRL+YDisplay Go to Folder dialog box in order to find and open a specific folder.
CTRL+Z or ALT+BACKSPACEUndo the last action; note: some actions, like Shutdown, cannot be undone (You also can choose Undo from the Edit menu.).
DOWN ARROWSelect the next card.
DOWN ARROWGo to the next line in a multiline field in Outlook.
DOWN ARROWGo to the item below when working in a Table.
DOWN ARROWSelect the next group when a group in a Table is selected.
DOWN ARROWSelect the next group in a Timeline.
DOWN ARROWSelect the next block of time when working in day/week/month view.
DOWN ARROW or UP ARROW (with the menu or submenu vSelect the next or previous command on the menu or submenu.
ENDGo to the end of the entry when working in a text box.
ENDSelect the last card in a list.
ENDGo to the end of a line.
ENDSelect the time that ends your work day when working in day/week/month view.
ENDGo to the last day of the week when working in day/week/month view.
ENDGo to the last item in a Table.
ENDSelect the last group in a Table is selected.
ENDSelect the last item on the timeline (if items are not grouped) or the last item in the group when working in timeline.
ENDSelect the last group on the timeline when a group on the timeline is selected.
ENTERSelect an item.
ENTERPerform the action assigned to a selected button in a dialog box.
ENTERMove to the next field, or to add a line to a multiline field.
ENTEROpen a selected item in a table.
ENTEROpen selected items in a timeline.
ENTERPerform the action assigned to a selected button on a toolbar.
ENTEROpen a selected menu on a toolbar.
ENTEREnter text in a selected text box.
ENTER or LEFT ARROWCollapse a selected group in a table.
ENTER or LEFT ARROWCollapse a selected group in a timeline.
ENTER or RIGHT ARROWExpand a selected group in a table.
ENTER or RIGHT ARROWExpand a selected group in a timeline.
ESCCancel the current operation.
ESCClose the visible menu; or, with a submenu visible, close the submenu only.
ESCCancel a command and close the dialog box.
ESCClose an Office Assistant message or tip.
F1Display Help or the Office Assistant.
F10Activate, or select, the main toolbar beginning with the first toolbar option on the left, usually File; after the first option is activated you can navigate through toolbar and menu options using the appropriate ARROW keys; press F10 or ALT again
F10.Activate, or select, the main toolbar beginning with the first toolbar option on the left, usually File; after the first option is activated you can navigate through toolbar and menu options using the appropriate ARROW keys; press F10 or ALT again
F12Display Save As dialog box (file menu).
F2Activate editing in a field (except icon view field).
F2Move to a field in the active card.
F2 or click the fieldDisplay the insertion point in the active field in order to edit text.
F3, CTRL+SHFT+FOpen the Find dialog box.
F4Open the Find dialog box in Outlook.
F5Refresh the current window (You also can choose Refresh from the View menu.).
F5Update the files visible in the Open or Save As dialog box (File menu).
F6Cycle through all the panes in the active window.
F6 or CTRL+SHFT+TABMove between the Folder List and the information viewer to the right.
F6/SHFT+F6Move to the next or previous window.
F7Display Spelling and Grammar dialog box (Tools Menu).
HOMEMove to the beginning of the current entry.
HOMESelect the first card in the list.
HOMEMove to the beginning of the current line.
HOMEIn day/week/month view, select the time that begins your work day.
HOMEIn day/week/month view, go to the first day of the week.
HOMEGo to the first item.
HOMESelect the first group on a timeline with grouped items.
HOMESelect the first item on the timeline (if items are not grouped) or the first item in the group.
HOME or ENDSelect the first or last command on the menu or submenu.
LEFT ARROWSelect the closest card in the previous column.
LEFT ARROWMove to the previous character in a field.
LEFT ARROWGo to the previous day, when working in day/week/month/view.
LEFT ARROWSelect the previous item on the timeline.
LEFT ARROWMove back in increments of time that are the same as those shown on the time scale, when a unit of time is selected on the time scale.
LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROWWith a menu open, select the menu to the left or right of the original, or, with a submenu visible, switch between the main menu and the submenu.
LEFT ARROW or RIGHT ARROWMove one character to the left or right in a text box.
Letter key, where the letter is the same as the fiChoose a selected menu, drop-down list, or dialog box option by typing the first letter in the option name.
PAGE DOWNSelect the first card on the next page.
PAGE DOWNMove to the end of a multiline field.
PAGE DOWNSelect the block of time at the bottom of the screen when working in day/week/month view.
PAGE DOWNGo to the item at the bottom of the screen, and then display another page of items when working in a Table.
PAGE DOWNin a Timeline, display the items one screen below the items on the current screen.
PAGE DOWN or DOWN ARROWIn day/week/month view, go to the same day of the week in the next week (or 5 weeks ahead if viewing by month).
PAGE UPSelect the first card on the current page.
PAGE UPMove to the beginning of a multiline field.
PAGE UPIn day/week/month view, select the block of time at the top of the screen.
PAGE UPIn a Table, go to the item at the top of the screen.
PAGE UPIn a Timeline, display the items one screen above the items on current screen.
PAGE UP or UP ARROWIn day/week/month view, go to the same day of the week in the previous week (or 5 weeks previous if viewing by month).
PLUS or MINUS SIGN on the numeric keypadXxpand/collapse a group (with a group selected).
PRTSCRCopy an image of the screen to the Windows Clipboard.
RIGHT ARROWMove to the next character in a field.
RIGHT ARROWIn day/week/month view, go to the next day.
RIGHT ARROWWhen a group in a table is selected, select the first item on screen in an expanded group or the first item off screen to the right.
RIGHT ARROWin a Timeline, select the next item.
RIGHT ARROWWhen a unit of time on the time scale for days is selected, move forward in increments of time that are the same as those shown on the time scale.
RIGHT ARROWSelect the closest card in the next column.
SHFT+ALT+ESCMove to the next open window.
SHFT+CTRL+F6Move to the next/previous Outlook window.
SHFT+CTRL+TABMove between toolbars.
SHFT+DOWN ARROWExtend the selection to the next card or to unselect cards before the starting point.
SHFT+ENDSelect from the insertion point to the end of the text box entry.
SHFT+ENDExtend the selection to the last card in the list.
SHFT+ENTERMove to the previous field without leaving the active card.
SHFT+F1Display ScreenTip for the active item.
SHFT+F10Display a shortcut menu that shows a list of commands relevant to the selected object.
SHFT+F3Change the case of selected letters.
SHFT+F4Find the previous occurrence of the text specified in the Find or Replace dialog box when the dialog box is closed.
SHFT+HOMESelect from the insertion point in the text box to the beginning of the text box entry.
SHFT+HOMEExtend the selection to the first card in a list.
SHFT+LEFT ARROWSelect or unselect one character to the left of the cursor's position.
SHFT+LEFT ARROW or SHFT+RIGHT ARROWSelect several adjacent items on a timeline.
SHFT+left mouse buttonSpecify a Web browser.
SHFT+LEFT, RIGHT, UP, or DOWN ARROW; or SHFT+HOMChange the duration of the selected block of time when working in day/week/month view.
SHFT+PAGE DOWNExtend the selection to the last card on the last page.
SHFT+PAGE UPExtend the selection to the first card on the previous page.
SHFT+RIGHT ARROWSelect or unselect by one character to the right of the cursor's current position.
SHFT+TABMove to the previous option or option group in a dialog box.
SHFT+TABMove to the previous field and, from the first field of a card, move to the last field in the previous card.
SHFT+TABSelect the previous appointment when working in the day/week/month view.
SHFT+TABWhen a unit of time on the time scale for days is selected, select the upper time scale (when the lower time scale is selected).
SHFT+UP ARROWExtend the selection to the previous card and unselect cards after the starting point.
SHFT+UP ARROW or DOWN ARROWExtend or reduce the selected time when working in the day/week/month view.
SHFT+UP ARROW or SHFT+DOWN ARROWExtend or reduce the selected items by one item when working in a table.
SPACEBARPerform the action assigned to the active button, or select or clear the active check box in the dialog box.
SPACEBAR (when the menu bar is active)when the menu bar is active, display the program Control menu.
TABMove to the next option or option group.
TABSelect a field when moving between fields on a card.
TABMove to the next field and, from the last field of a card, move to the first field in the next card.
TABSelect the next appointment when working in day/week/month view.
TABMove from item to item when working in day/week/month view.
TABSelect the lower time scale (when the upper time scale is selected) and a unit of time on the time scale for days in selected.
TABSelect the first item on screen or the first group on screen if items are grouped (when the lower time scale is selected) and a unit of time on the time scale for days in selected.
TAB or SHFT+TAB (when a toolbar is active).When a toolbar is active, select the next or previous button or menu on the toolbar.
LETTER KEY, where you type one or more letters ofSelect a specific card in the list.
UP ARROWSelect the previous card.
UP ARROWMove to the previous line in a multiline field.
UP ARROWGo to the item above current position when working in a table.
UP ARROWWhen a group in a table is selected, select the previous group.
UP ARROWWhen a group in a timeline is selected, select the previous group.
UP ARROWSelect the previous block of time when working in day/week/month view.
UP ARROW, DOWN ARROW, PAGE UP, or PAGE DOWNScroll through pages when working in Print Preview.
UP, DOWN, LEFT, OR RIGHT ARROWMove from item to item when working in day/week/month view.
ALT+SHFT+UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW, with the cursorChange an appointment start or end time when working in day/week/month view.
ARROW KEYMove between options in a selected drop-down menu or dialog box or between some options in a group of options.
ARROW KEYMove between options in a selected drop-down menu or dialog box or between some options in a group of options; add ENTER to select an option.
CRTL+UUnderline the following text or to underline a selected section of text.
CTRL+ SHFT+SPost selected item to a designated folder.
CTRL+[Decrease the font size of selected text by 1 point.
CTRL+]Increase the font size of selected text by 1 point when working within a document.
CTRL+ASelect all items in an active folder when working in Windows Explorer-Tree View.
CTRL+ASelect All in a designated area or document.
CTRL+ALT+DELETEDisplay the Close Program dialog box in order to close active programs, or to shut down the entire computer system.
CTRL+BApply or remove Bold formatting to selected text or document.
CTRL+C or CTRL+INSERTCopy selected text or items to Windows Clipboard.
CTRL+DDelete the current selection or item in Outlook.
CTRL+DOWN ARROWMove to the next card while working in Outlook.
CTRL+DOWN or ENDMove to the end of an item while in Print Preview.
CTRL+ECenter the paragraph in which the cursor is positioned within an Outlook document.
CTRL+ENDMove to the last card in the list while working in Outlook.
CTRL+ENDDisplay (without selecting) the last item on the timeline (if items are not grouped) or the last item in a group while working in Outlook.
CTRL+ENTER (except WordMail)Send/post/invite all when working in Outlook.
CTRL+ESCDisplay Windows Start menu.
CTRL+FForward a selected E-Mail itemwhile working in Outlook.
CTRL+F2Display the Print Preview dialog box while working in Outlook.
CTRL+HOMEGo to the first card in a list when working in Outlook.
CTRL+HOMEDisplay (without selecting) the first item on the timeline (if items are not grouped) or the first item in the group when working in Timeline mode of Outlook.
CTRL+HOME or CTRL+ENDMove every item in a selection to the top or bottom of a specified list.
CTRL+IApply or remove italic formatting to selected characters.
CTRL+K (except in WordMail); ALT+K (WordMail only)Check names.
CTRL+K (WordMail only)Insert a hyperlink from a document to a specified Web page address.
CTRL+LAlign selected text to the left.
CTRL+LEFT ARROWGo to the closest card in the previous column while working in Outlook.
CTRL+LEFT ARROW or CTRL+RIGHT ARROWMove cursor's position one word to the left or right.
CTRL+LEFT ARROW+SPACEBAR or CTRL+RIGHT ARROW+SPACESelect several nonadjacent items when navigating in Outlook Timeline.
CTRL+left mouse buttonEdit the address of web page (URL) in a body of text.
CTRL+M, F5Check for new E-Mail messages.
CTRL+NOpen a New Message dialog box in order to compose and send an E-Mail.
CTRL+PDisplay the Print dialog box in order to print the active selection.
CTRL+PAGE DOWNMove cursor's position to the first card on the next page when working in Outlook.
CTRL+PAGE UPGo to the first card on the previous page.
CTRL+QMark a selected item as read in Outlook.
CTRL+RReply to the active E-Mail.
CTRL+RIGHT ARROWGo to the closest card in the next column in Outlook.
CTRL+S or SHFT+F12Save active element in Outlook.