Screen reader content
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Use Outlook Mail with Narrator, the built-in Windows screen reader, to explore and navigate the different views and move between them.
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This topic assumes that you are using the built-in Windows screen reader, Narrator. To learn more about using Narrator, go to Complete guide to Narrator.
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Move between the Outlook Mail and Outlook Calendar apps
In Outlook Mail, to go to the home screen, swipe right until you hear "Start, button collapsed," and then double-tap the screen.
Swipe right until you hear "All apps, button," and double-tap the screen. The apps list opens.
Swipe right until you hear "Outlook calendar," and then double-tap the screen. Outlook Calendar opens.
To move back to Outlook Mail, in Outlook Calendar, swipe right until you hear "Start, button collapsed," double-tap the screen, swipe right until you hear "Outlook mail," and then double-tap the screen.
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