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I know there is a shortcut Cmd+Enter to send open message in Outlook 2011 for Mac. However, this conflicts with Lion's default shortcut Cmd+Enter, which makes any window full-screen.

How do I change this behavior, preferably a different shortcut for sending messages in Outlook.

Thanks.

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There's no default shortcut to make any window fullscreen. Are you running MegaZoomer or a similar utility? – Daniel Beck Aug 27 '12 at 23:28
    
Oh right. I forgot to remove the megazoomer plugin when I upgraded from SL to Lion. – ronakg Aug 28 '12 at 5:08
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Even though this turned out to be an issue with MegaZoomer, I will still answer the question in case anyone else is interested.

You can reassign any keyboard shortcut for any application running on OS X from the System Preferences.

see: http://answers.oreilly.com/topic/2394-how-to-reassign-key-combinations-in-outlook-2011-for-mac/

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Hotkey to send outlook message on a mac:

+ Enter

To send a message in Outlook on a mac we can use the keyboard shortcut or hotkey Command and press enter.

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