Microsoft Outlook 2010
provides the option to send emails
with the CTRL + Enter key
combination that can be used as a shortcut. However, users can disable the CTRL + Enter keyboard shortcut
if they want to. The keyboard shortcut can be removed from the File Options menu
. From the Mail tab and the Send Message section of the Outlook 2010 software, the configuration for CTRL + Enter keys
must be disabled
for sending a message. To enable it, the box next to the CTRL + Enter send a message
needs to be checked.
Under Outlook, the CTRL + Enter Key combo is used to send your emails, but if you find it annoying, here's how to disable it:
- Open Outlook> click on File > Options
- Select the Mail tab > scroll to the "Send Message" Section
- Uncheck the box next to "CTRL + ENTER sends a message"
- Confirm with the OK button.
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