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Does Outlook 2007 have “paste special” keyboard shortcuts like Outlook 2010?

In Outlook 2010, you can paste something and an icon appears next to what you pasted letting you know you have additional options. You can activate the paste special context menu by hovering the ...
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How to accept a meeting invite via keyboard shortcut in Outlook 2007 [duplicate]

Is there a keyboard shortcut to accept a meeting invite in Outlook 2007 (or another edition)? If so, what is it?
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How do you change the Ctrl+Enter keyboard shortcut in Outlook 2007?

I am using Outlook 2007 on Windows XP for work, and always hit Ctrl+Shift+D to send messages. That's the shortcut in Mail.app and in MobileMe's Mail web app, and I prefer it to Ctrl+Enter, which is ...
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Binding keyboard shortcuts to an outlook toolbar button/custom macro?

I'm using outlook 2007 and wanted to know if there is an option to bind keyboard shortcuts to outlook toolbar buttons? Outlook 2010 has the special office 'strip' which allows you to place specific ...
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Changing the shortcut keys in outlook 2007

I have been using Gmail for my email for a long time, and I can't go without the j,k email navigation feature. I recently got a job where I use Outlook 2007, and although they have a shortcut for ...
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How to configure a hotkey/shortcut to activate a macro in Outlook 2007?

Is there a way to configure Outlook 2007 so by pressing a [CTRL]+[letter] combination, a macro is activated?
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How do you define your own shortcuts in Outlook 2007

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 ...
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is there anyway to have a shortcut key to switch to a different folder in outlook

i constantly have to use the mouse to switch between different folders in my inbox. is there a shortcut key to do this or a macro that allows you to switch to different folders I have the following ...
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Is there any way I can have my own custom shortcuts for categories in Outlook 2007?

It seems like I only can choose from: Ctrl + 2 --> Ctrl + 9 Is there any way I can assign my own shortcut keys (outside of this range) to categorizing email?