Fortunately or unfortunately, many of us spend hours per week using Microsoft Outlook. It is an extremely powerful tool and is essential for more than just sending and responding to email. There are hundreds (maybe thousands!) of keyboard shortcuts for Outlook and many work in different ways, depending on what section you are using. As an example, on mail screens in Outlook CTRL F will forward a message. However, if you have a contact card open, CTRL F will create a new message addressed to that contact. We have scoured many lists of Outlook shortcuts to compile the most commonly used here. This is not a comprehensive list, but if you are interested in learning more advanced keyboard shortcuts for Outlook, just let us know!