Keyboard shortcut

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Is it possible to create a keyboard shortcut in Outlook 2019 (let's say Control-M) That would return the month following the date I create an Email. For example: if I create an email, today, (November), I would like the macro to say "December Invoice" in the Subject line. I would also like to be able to turn the shortcut off and on, as needed.

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