Using the Calendar with shortcut keys


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Using the Calendar with shortcut keys

It's great to be able to manipulate the calendar with your keyboard rather than the mouse. In this last video for Chapter 5, I will give you a variety of shortcut keys to speed things up. The first is to jump to a specific date. While viewing our calendar, I can hit Ctrl+G. This brings up a window where I can either enter a specific day or a term such as next Friday or third Tuesday in May.

When I press Enter, I am taken straight to that day. You might also like to know that you can type the term today to go straight back to today. Another useful shortcut is to jump up or down in an entire week. Right now, I'm looking at the week of November 21st through 27th. To jump to next week, I hold down Alt and press the Down Arrow. The Up Arrow brings me up one week. If I need to jump four weeks down, I can hold down Alt and hit Down, Down, Down, Down.

By default, Outlook shows us five or seven days when we look at the week view. I can change this by holding down Alt and pressing any numb...

Using the Calendar with shortcut keys
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Using the Calendar with shortcut keys provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the Outlook 2007 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Outlook
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