By know you must have heard about the launch of the new webmail service named Outlook.com from Microsoft. Many of you might have even been using it as your primary email address. For those who are not aware of Outlook.com, it’s a new email service from Microsoft with clean user interface and cool features. Modern user interface, industry leading spam protection, and SkyDrive integration make it easily one of the best email services out there. We have already shown you how to rename your Hotmail, Live, or MSN account to Outlook.com, how to switch back from Outlook.com to Live or Hotmail, change your old Outlook.com password with a strong one, recover or reset forgotten password, ,and also copy old email messages, contacts, and calendar from your old account to the new Outlook.com at once without deleting them from your old account. Now that you know to how to use your new email service, you might want to start using keyboard shortcuts to write a new message, delete a message, replay to a message, and other actions. Like other email services, Outlook.com also comes with keyboard shortcuts to quickly accomplish various tasks. Keyboard addicts who would like to navigate the Outlook.com may use the following keyboard shortcuts. Note that if you are using Outlook.com along with Gmail or Yahoo! Mail and prefer to use those keyboard shortcuts to navigate Outlook.com as well, an option is available to use keyboard shortcuts from other popular webmail services. Check out out how to use Gmail or Yahoo! Mail keyboard shortcuts in Outlook.com guide for more info. And if you are using Windows 8, don’t forget to check out how to launch Modern UI apps (Windows 8-style apps) using keyboard shortcuts guide.