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ClearContext V6 keyboard shortcuts?

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ClearContext V6 keyboard shortcuts?

Postby m_evangelista » Thu Jun 07, 2012 9:23 am

Where can I find the official list of keyboard shortcuts available in ClearContext 6?

I found ctrl+alt+m to select a project and file a message... what else is built in?
thanks
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Re: ClearContext V6 keyboard shortcuts?

Postby ClearContext Support » Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:08 am

The shortcuts are:

alt-m: file message to displayed Project/folder
ctrl-alt-m: select folder to file message to
alt-d: file message thread to displayed project
ctrl-alt-d: select folder to file message thread to
alt-u: undo last filing action
alt-p: assign Project to message thread
alt-j: open jump to folder window

all these should be displayed in the tooltip for the button if you hover your mouse over it.
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Re: ClearContext V6 keyboard shortcuts?

Postby bafrench » Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:33 am

Is there a way to make the button for "undo file" appear directly on the toolbar without having to click the "more" menu first? Thanks, barry
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Re: ClearContext V6 keyboard shortcuts?

Postby ClearContext Support » Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:35 pm

It sounds like you are using Outlook 2010, and currently there is no way to move the undo button out of the more menu.

However, the Outlook Quick Access toolbar function may be helpful in this situation. You can add the ClearContext undo button (and just about any other ClearContext button) to the top left of the Outlook window. To do so, press the down arrow with the line above it near the top of the Outlook toolbar, select More Command, set "Choose Commands From" to the ClearContext tab and add the desired button.
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