Dolphin SuperNova With Microsoft Office Power Tip: Reviewing The Header Information in a Received Outlook Message
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The header of an open email message shows important information that can help you decide what action you must take when reviewing and replying to an email message in Outlook.
For example, are you the sole recipient of the message and therefore are responding to a single colleague? Or are there multiple recipients? Are you listed on the CC line and therefore expected not to be proactive in addressing the issues laid out in the message? Do you need to adjust your response in consideration of others?
Although you can navigate the header of an email message with the TAB key, this can be time-consuming. If you are running SuperNova Magnifier & Screen Reader, then you can retrieve the information that you require with a single keystroke.
To read the header information of an open email message in Outlook:
Press LEFT SHIFT + NUMPAD 7.
Or, if you are using the Laptop Universal hotkey set, press LEFT CONTROL + LEFT SHIFT + F5.
Tip: In Outlook, you can reply to the sender of an email message by pressing CONTROL + R. Alternatively, you can reply to all recipients by pressing ALT + L.
You can learn more about using Outlook by visiting the tutorial pages on the Dolphin website.
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