Windows only: Tutorial weblog Tech-Recipes writes up an interesting and useful feature in Microsoft Outlook—you can use copy and paste to create new emails pre-populated with information.
Using the tip is simple—just copy some files or even text to the clipboard, switch to the Inbox and use the Ctrl+V key to create a new message. If you selected text it will be included in the message body, or files will be automatically attached. If using shortcut keys isn’t your thing, you can simply drag the files or text to the Inbox list view to create a message, or you can take it a step further by dragging them to the calendar to create new appointments with files attached—a very useful tip to save your valuable time.
Hit the link for the full walk-through, or check out our top 10 Outlook boosters for more useful tweaks. For even more time-saving keyboard goodness, be sure to check out how to add Gmail shortcuts to Outlook.