Hello. I appreciate the help received in my recent thread re: opening the compose window only (https://forums.slipstick.com/threads/87732-Open-Compose-Only?p=319663#post319663). As a corollary, I would like to know if it's possible to open a saved draft from the compose window itself Reason: I have found myself sometimes opening up a compose window (using the compose-only shortcut mentioned in the above thread) only to realize that I instead want to edit a draft already saved. I know I could just open Outlook's main screen and open the saved draft that way, but I thought I would ask here whether there is a (shorter) way to open a saved draft when I have the compose-window-only open anyway -- much like Word's compose screen has the "Office button" at top left which, when clicked, displays recent and pinned documents in the right-hand column of the pop-open screen. I was hoping to find (or customize) something like that under the Office Button in Outlook's compose window showing a list of drafts available for editing. Thank you for any input!