The 4th episode of BJs Show has just gone up. We are getting better at this podcasting thing, maybe by number 6 we will sound a but more professional!
Anyway in this episode BJs gives a brief school holidays update a few quick movie reviews and gets into some tunes! So lie back and enjoy!
Below is my list of Top 15 Outlook keyboard shortcut (for Windows), specifically in the interests of supporting GTD. The list was inspired/based on TechRupublic’s recent post about keyboard shortcuts and David Allen’s eBook on Implementing GTD in Outlook.
- Alt-Tab – Switch between open applications, probably the most under used shortcut within Windows
- <Ctrl+Shift> k – opens new task
- <Ctrl+Shift> n – opens new note
- <Ctrl+Shift> m – opens new email
- <Ctrl+Shift> c – opens new contact
- <Ctrl+Shift> a – opens new appointment
- <Ctrl+Shift> e – creates a new email folder
- <Ctrl+Shift> i – moves you to the email inbox
- <Ctrl+Shift> b – opens your address book
- <Alt> g – opens Category list dialog for a Task, Appointment or Contact, fantastic for GTD users
- <Alt> s – saves a Task, Appointment, Contact, Note or email
- <Alt> i – Find, if you don’t use a Desktop search tool
- <Alt> y – all day event
- <Alt> r – adds/removes reminder, useful when creating an all day event
- <Alt> F1 – show or hide the Outlook Navigation bar
(Ok I know you usually do a top 10 but I needed 15 to fit everything in!)