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In previous versions of Outlook it was possbile to write some VBA and assign a shortcut to do this. I can't see how to do this in 2007, if indeed it is possbile.

Note - the following thread is relevant but only for earlier versions

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check this question on SO:… – T. Kaltnekar Apr 8 '10 at 12:22
Ah - I didnt think of looking on SO - it seemed more of a SU sort of thing. Thanks for the info. – justintime Apr 8 '10 at 15:24

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