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    In Outlook 2007, I am able to fast save and close by using the keyboard combination of Alt&S. Is there any way to set that same keyboard shortcut in Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access?

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    If you click Help in Outlook Web Access and click Accessibility (in the Getting Started category) you'll see a list of available keyboard shortcuts. I don't see one for "save and close".

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    BTW, I moved this topic from the Excel forum where you originally posted it to the Outlook forum.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='783312' date='07-Jul-2009 08:04']BTW, I moved this topic from the Excel forum where you originally posted it to the Outlook forum.[/quote]
    Sorry and thanks!!

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    [quote name='HansV' post='783306' date='07-Jul-2009 05:41']If you click Help in Outlook Web Access and click Accessibility (in the Getting Started category) you'll see a list of available keyboard shortcuts. I don't see one for "save and close".[/quote]

    Is there any way that I can create my own?

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    Not within Outlook Web Access. You may be able to use an application such as AutoIt v3 - Automate and Script Windows Tasks - For Free!. I don't use that myself, but there are Loungers who do, perhaps they'll have tips for you.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='783397' date='07-Jul-2009 19:39']Not within Outlook Web Access. You may be able to use an application such as AutoIt v3 - Automate and Script Windows Tasks - For Free!. I don't use that myself, but there are Loungers who do, perhaps they'll have tips for you.[/quote]

    OK and thanks and how do I ask other Loungers to let me know if there is a way to create that shortcut?

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    Hopefully they will read this topic, but if you don't get new replies within a day or so, you might ask a question in our Other Software Applications forum.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='783422' date='07-Jul-2009 22:10']Hopefully they will read this topic, but if you don't get new replies within a day or so, you might ask a question in our Other Software Applications forum.[/quote]
    OK Hans, thanks for all your help!

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