Friday, June 04, 2004

Outlook 2003 Gripes

Why do companies insist on changing hotkeys?
 
For years, I've been using F5 to tell Outlook to send and retrieve email - why ? You hit F5 to refresh and refreshing my inbox would be like sending and receiving mail.
 
But not in Outlook 2003 - now you use F9.
 
I wouldn't mind it so much except F5 doesn't do anything anymore. Why not keep it there for backward compatibility.
 
Argh!!!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I agree, who's the dickhead who decided to make this change. i've been searching google for info on the tosser who thought up the bright idea.
I see no benefit, except to piss users off (go Open Office!)

let me know if you find any info...

Anonymous said...

I agree, who's the dickhead who decided to make this change. i've been searching google for info on the tosser who thought up the bright idea.
I see no benefit, except to piss users off (go Open Office!)

let me know if you find any info...

regards,
Simon Halcrow

Anonymous said...

I agree, who's the dickhead who decided to make this change. i've been searching google for info on the tosser who thought up the bright idea.
I see no benefit, except to piss users off (go Open Office!)

let me know if you find any info...

regards,
Simon Halcrow

Anonymous said...

I agree, who's the dickhead who decided to make this change. i've been searching google for info on the tosser who thought up the bright idea.
I see no benefit, except to piss users off (go Open Office!)

let me know if you find any info...

regards,
Simon Halcrow

Anonymous said...

I agree, who's the dickhead who decided to make this change. i've been searching google for info on the tosser who thought up the bright idea.
I see no benefit, except to piss users off (go Open Office!)

let me know if you find any info...

regards,
Simon Halcrow

Anonymous said...

I agree, who's the dickhead who decided to make this change. i've been searching google for info on the tosser who thought up the bright idea.
I see no benefit, except to piss users off (go Open Office!)

let me know if you find any info...

regards,
Simon Halcrow