Download and print a quick guide to the most important features in Outlook 2010. The writers of these cheat sheets normally charge for them but they are currently available for free.
For those who are not aware what these are, Cheat Sheets or Quick Reference guides are sort of user-manuals, but a greatly trimmed down versions (1 or 2 pages) that provide information about the important features only.
I like using keyboard shortcuts to carry out common functions in Outlook like opening new email, printing, saving etc. Here are some of the common keyword shortcuts for Outlook (that I learnt through the cheat sheet):
|Save||<Ctrl> + <S>|
|Preview and Print||<Ctrl> + <P>|
|Undo||<Ctrl> + <Z>|
|Cut||<Ctrl> + <X>|
|Copy||<Ctrl> + <C>|
|Paste||<Ctrl> + <V>|
|Check for Mail||<F9>|
|Save, Close, and Send||<Alt> + <S>|
|Reply||<Ctrl> + <R>|
|Reply to All||<Alt> + <L>|
|Address Book||<Ctrl> + <Shift> + <B>|
|Switch Between Applications||<Alt> + <Tab>|
|New Item (Email, Event and Contact)||<Ctrl> + <N>|
|Search||<Ctrl> + <E>|
For Outlook beginners or users looking for quick tips on using Outlook 2010, here is a cheat sheet you can download to learn more about Outlook 2010 features, keyword shortcuts, basic and advanced usage of Mails, Calendars, Contacts etc.
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Till next time, have a better Outlook.
Thank you to Slaw Tips for bringing this to our attention.