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Deleting a keyboard shortcut in Windows Live Mail?
Thread poster: Claire Cox
Claire Cox United Kingdom Local time: 03:45 French to English + ...
Jan 13, 2014
My e-mail service is Windows Live Mail, but I've recently discovered that the keyboard shortcut I use most often in Trados (Crtl+Enter) also sends an e-mail in Live Mail - which is very annoying when you haven't finished it or checked it! A colleague told me how to disable this shortcut in Outlook, but I can't find how to do it in Windows Live Mail. Has anyone any ideas? When you've been working on Trados all day, it's really easy to get into the habit of pressing that key combination at the end of everything you type and I would really like not to have it. I've looked online, but I can only find hints for hotmail accounts (which I don't have). Surely there must be a way of doing this?
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