Here's something you probably didn't know about Outlook: A tap of the Ctrl-V key instantly copies the contents of your clipboard into a new e-mail message. Don't feel bad: I didn't know about it either.
This works with files and text alike. Try this: Copy some text, then switch over to your Outlook inbox. Press Ctrl-V (the keyboard shortcut for Paste, natch) and presto: a new message appears with the text already pasted into the body. For example:
The only downside to this trick is that for whatever reason, your e-mail signature doesn't show up in the newly created e-mail. If you need it, you'll have to paste the old-fashioned way (create a new e-mail, then paste your text into the body).
This nifty time-saver reminds me of another Outlook trick: You can turn an e-mail message into an appointment just by dragging it to the calendar.
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