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    keyboard shortcuts (2000)

    When creating or replying to an e-mail message, ALT+S is the shortcut (as defined on the Formatting Toolbar) to send. If I want to remove this shortcut, I can customize my toolbar. My question is, does anyone know where this setting is stored?

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    Re: keyboard shortcuts (2000)

    When you are in the compose Mail option, right-click on any Toolbar and select Customise. Then right-click on the Send command on the Standard Toolbar. Remove the & before the S in Send and you will find you have removed the Alt + S shortcut from that function. HTH
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    Re: keyboard shortcuts (2000)

    Sorry, I should have been more specific. I know how to customize my toolbar. I need to know where this setting is stored -- in the registry, etc.

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    Re: keyboard shortcuts (2000)

    The customisations are not stored in the Registry. I believe that you will find that they are held in the user's outcmd.dat file. I doubt that there is a simple way to access these attributes directly. HTH
    Gre

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