Below is a little cheat sheet, an alphabetical listing of shortcut keys for Windows and Outlook.

I find it critical to occasionally post topics outside of the theme of this blog, with the intention of attracting readers possibly unfamiliar with GMO’s.

Reason being, if a person is unaware that the issue surrounding Genetically Modified Foods is occurring, the related health dangers that have been censored from the public, and may well be the issue surrounding any given health problem(s) that a person is currently going through, they would never know to research this data.

If you’d like to become more familiar with the Genetic Modification of Foods while you’re here, I’ll put a link to the home page here.  A shortcut to be updated as to when new articles are published is here.




These are many of the shortcuts that are available. Especially useful if you find using the mouse is causing you discomfort!

Shortcut Keys For WINDOWS

Ctrl+a  – Selects or highlights all of the document

Ctrl+b – Bold, applies bold to highlighted characters

Ctrl+c – Copy, copies highlighted text to the Clipboard

Ctrl+d – Font change – opens font dialog box

Ctrl+e – Edit mode (Lotus Notes)

Ctrl+f  – Find – displays Find dialog box

Ctrl+h – Replace – open Replace dialog box

Ctrl+i – Italics – applies italics to highlighted characters

Ctrl+k – Clear all character styles (bold, italics, etc.)

Ctrl+l – Link – displays Link properties dialog box

Ctrl+m – Mail – opens Mail window

Ctrl+p – Print

Ctrl+r – Reload current document into Edit window

Ctrl+s – Save current document

Ctrl+t – Apply fixed width character format to selected text

Ctrl+u – Underline – applies underline to highlighted text

Ctrl+v – Paste text from Clipboard at the insertion point

Ctrl+w – Close current document

Ctrl+x – Cut out highlighted text and place a copy on the clipboard

Ctrl+z – Undo last action

Ctrl+Alt+Del – Reboot the computer and/or bring up the Windows task manager

Ctrl+End – Jump to end of open document

Ctrl+Esc – Bring up the Windows Start menu. In Windows 3.x this brings up the Task Manager

Ctrl+Home – Jump to beginning of document

Ctrl+Right or Left arrow key – jump one word to the right or left

Ctrl+Up or Down arrow key – jump one paragraph up or down

Alt+Double-click – Display the properties of the object you double-click on. Example: doing this on a file would display its properties

Alt+Print Screen – Create a screen shot

Alt+Tab – Switch among open applications

Esc – Close a dialog box without performing any action

Shift+Arrow – Highlight text

Shift+Space – Non-breaking space, to insert

Shortcut Keys For OUTLOOKOutlook Email

Ctrl+shift+a – opens new appointment

Ctrl+b – bold the highlighted selection

Ctrl+c – copies selected text

Ctrl+shift+c – opens new contact

Ctrl+shift+e – creates a new email folder

Ctrl+f – forwards as an email message any current email, contact, calendar entry, task, or note

Ctrl+shift+f – opens window for advanced find

Ctrl+i – italic the highlighted selection

Ctrl+shift+i – open the inbox

Ctrl+shift+j – create new journal entry

Ctrl+k – Complete the name and/or e-mail being typed in the e-mail address bar.

Ctrl+shift+k – open a new task

Ctrl+shift+m – opens new email message

Ctrl+n – create a new email

Ctrl+shift+n – opens new note

Ctrl+shift+o – open the outbox

Ctrl+p – paste selected text

Ctrl+shift+q – opens new meeting request

Ctrl+r – Reply to an email

Ctrl+u – Underline the highlighted selection

Ctrl+shift+v – moves emails between folders

Ctrl+x – cut selected text

Ctrl+End – Jump to end of open document

Alt+g – bring up category menu when creating tasks. Type the first letter of the category, hit space bar, then enter

Alt+s – saves and closes OR will Send

Stumble it!

A shortcut to be updated as to when new articles are published is here.

Shortcut Keys For Windows And Outlook