Would you prefer to use your keyboard to access and navigate the Room Finder in Outlook? The main thing to remember is the F6 key. When you are in a Meeting form, press F6 to move the focus to the Room finder. From there, use the arrow keys and Tab key to navigate around the Room Finder pane. Keep reading for more details.
To put the focus on the Room Finder pane, press F6 on your keyboard, and the focus will be on the calendar at the top of the pane. Use the arrow keys to navigate through the dates on the calendar.
Press Tab once to select the Show a room list drop-down, where you can use the arrow keys to select a room list.
Press Tab again to select a room in the Choose an available room box, and then use the arrow keys to select a room.
Press Tab again to move to the Suggest times box, and then use the arrow keys to select a suggested time.
Press Tab again to move back to the Calendar at the top of the Room finder pane.
Once you are done and want to leave the Room Finder pane, press F6 one time to move the focus to the ribbon controls, or press F6 again to move the focus to the meeting form.
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