Want to declutter your screen and minimize Outlook quickly?
We’ve got you covered!
In this quick guide, we’ll introduce you to a handy keyboard shortcut that allows you to minimize your Outlook window with ease.
Say goodbye to clutter and hello to a cleaner workspace in a flash.
Let’s dive right in!
Minimize Outlook (Shortcut)
To Minimize your Outlook screen, you can use the keyboard shortcut Alt+Space+N.
By pressing this keyboard shortcut (which is the combination of the above keys), Outlook minimizes back to the tray.
How to Use the Keyboard Shortcut to Minimize Outlook?
Important Note: – It’s crucial to use the key combination in a specific sequence: First, press and hold Alt, then press the Spacebar while still holding Alt, and finally, press N. This sequence ensures the proper execution of the keyboard shortcut.
You don’t need to keep your cursor in a specific location on the Outlook screen; you can simply use the mentioned keyboard shortcut to execute and minimize Outlook.
- Press and Hold the Alt key
- Press the Spacebar without releasing the ALT key.
- Hit N button.
NOTE: – You will get a pair of “ALT keys” on your keyboard, and in the majority of cases (Other keyboard shortcuts) both ALT keys work, but in this case, the Alt key available on the left-hand side of the space bar key will word. The Alt key available on the right side of the Space bar key won’t work.
By incorporating these Keyboard Shortcuts into your daily routine, you’ll have better control over your email and tasks, ultimately leading to a more organized and focused work environment.
So, go ahead, give these shortcuts a try, and watch how effortlessly you can minimize and maximize Outlook to suit your needs.
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