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Topic Title: help going to outlook message subject field or body field
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Created On: 09/11/2020 09:42 AM
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 help going to outlook message subject field or body field   - dicdoc - 09/11/2020 09:42 AM  
 help going to outlook message subject field or body field   - Grandslam - 09/11/2020 07:37 PM  
 help going to outlook message subject field or body field   - dicdoc - 09/12/2020 06:15 AM  
 help going to outlook message subject field or body field   - Lunis Orcutt - 09/12/2020 01:15 AM  
 help going to outlook message subject field or body field   - dicdoc - 09/12/2020 06:18 AM  
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 09/11/2020 09:42 AM
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dicdoc
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Hi,

In toulook I can easily reply to an email woth voice, with sendkeys "^f", 1, insert an email in recipient field. 

But when I want to go to subject field, if I sendkeys "{tab 2}" or insert a wait between 2 tab key, whatever I do, I can never reach subject field, even with sendkeys "{tab 3}"

 

Has anyone a trick to do this ?



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 09/11/2020 07:37 PM
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I don't try to navigate to these fields programmatically, preferring to say "Go To To", " Go To CC" and " Go To Subject". If you want to integrate these into a script, you could try using Heardword - ie

Heardword "Go", "To", "Subject"



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Originally posted by: Grandslam I don't try to navigate to these fields programmatically, preferring to say "Go To To", " Go To CC" and " Go To Subject". If you want to integrate these into a script, you could try using Heardword - ie Heardword "Go", "To", "Subject"

 

I finally found out with voice command, but since I use french, the conversion was a bit different. For potential french users :

  • HeardWord "aller", "à", "objet" => go to subject
  • HeardWord "aller", "à", "corps", "du", "message" => go to message body

 

 



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 09/12/2020 01:15 AM
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The Outlook Subject field should be easy because all you need to do is say or press {Alt+u} 



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 09/12/2020 06:18 AM
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Originally posted by: Lunis Orcutt The Outlook Subject field should be easy because all you need to do is say or press {Alt+u} 

 

same challenge for french : we don't have the same keyboard shortcuts. I tried many possible combination, googled as much as I could, but I could not find shortcuts for subject or recipient fields for french :-(



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