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I have a suite of macros that I used to have linked to buttons in a custom toolbar in Outlook 2007. Using the & encoding I could assign keyboard shortcuts to those macros (e.g. &1 to make Alt-1 trigger that button).

I can't figure out how to do this in Outlook 2010. Is it possible to assign keyboard shortcuts to macros in this new version?


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I can't figure out how to set my own shortcuts, however once you add you macro to the Quick Access Toolbar, it is automatically assign the keyboard shortcut alt- where starts from 1 going from the leftmost icon to the right.

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