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How to set Ctrl-Return to be hit twice before sending Email

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by aroominyork, Jul 16, 2012.

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  1. aroominyork

    aroominyork Thread Starter

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    My setting for hitting Ctrl-Return twice before sending an email in Outlook has changed, so now it sends on a single Ctrl-Return. How do I ret-set this to twice please?
     
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  3. aroominyork

    aroominyork Thread Starter

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    Thanks Squashman. That's very helpful up to:

    When you’ve chosen for state 1 or 2 and want to change it to state 3, then you’ll have to delete the CtrlEnterSends registry value name or set its value to 2;
    Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\<version>\Outlook\Preferences
    Value name: CtrlEnterSends
    Value type: REG_DWORD
    Value data: 0 = Outlook will not send when pressing CTRL+ENTER
    1 = Outlook will send when pressing CTRL+ENTER
    2 = Outlook will prompt you when pressing CTRL+ENTER

    I need to be walked through working on registry valued please, to set its value to 2. How do I do that please?
     
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