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Outlook 2010

Duration: 2 Days, 4 Modules
Module Price: $130
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Day 1:

Microsoft Outlook is best known as the most popular e-mail management software in the world, but it has the ability to also manage your schedule, retain your contacts, and help keep your tasks on track. The first day of this course will give participants the fundamental groundwork to begin using Outlook’s full potential, and ensure a solid understanding of the possibilities of this tool.

 

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION & USING EMAIL, CONTACTS & TASKS

Introduction to the Outlook Interface (The Ribbon, the Backstage View & Quick Access toolbar)
Introduction overview of using Outlook with and without an Exchange Server
Navigating through Outlook
Creating and sending new mail
Mail message options
Attaching a file to a message
Viewing and responding to mail
Sorting messages & using the Conversation view
Flagging and Categorizing email
Creating custom categories
Overview of the To-Do Bar
Printing and deleting messages
Creating and editing a new contact
Sorting and finding contacts
Creating a Distribution List
Creating and editing a new task
Difference b/w Task list and To-Do list
Converting email into a task


MODULE 2: USING THE CALENDAR , MANAGING & ORGANIZING INFORMATION

Introduction to the Outlook calendar
Using the Schedule view
Adding and editing appointments
Scheduling recurring appointments
Scheduling events
Sending and responding to meeting invitations
Customizing the calendar
Creating your own mailbox subfolders
Moving items into folders
Searching & finding Outlook items
Adding Search Folders
Creating Notes

Day 2:

In the second, advanced day of Outlook, participant will learn to use the powerful capabilities of a digital organizer to automate common activities, share and collaborate with others, and customize the program meet any need. The first half of this class focuses specifically on advanced e-mail tools and collaboration, while the second half delves deeper into the configuration of outlook and how to connect it with other programs such as word. Participants should be familiar with the basic functionality of Outlook, and have an interest in mastering this program.

 

MODULE 3: ADVANCED EMAIL FEATURES & SETTINGS, ADVANCED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

An overview of Outlook message formats
Creating and Using AutoSignatures for messages
Using the Out of Office Assistant
Utilizing message Voting buttons
Using and customizing Quick Steps
Creating rules for email
Setting folder permissions
Setting delegate status for folders
Accessing another user's folders
Creating a Personal Folder file (PST file) and subfolders
Archiving information
Mailbox maintenance techniques

 

MODULE 4: CONFIGURING OUTLOOK ACCOUNTS & CUSTOMIZING VIEWS, USING OUTLOOK WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS

Configuring Dial Up and Exchange Server Accounts
Adding new profiles

Day 1:

Microsoft Outlook is best known as the most popular e-mail management software in the world, but it has the ability to also manage your schedule, retain your contacts, and help keep your tasks on track. The first day of this course will give participants the fundamental groundwork to begin using Outlook’s full potential, and ensure a solid understanding of the possibilities of this tool.

 

MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION & USING EMAIL, CONTACTS & TASKS

Introduction to the Outlook Interface (The Ribbon, the Backstage View & Quick Access toolbar)
Introduction overview of using Outlook with and without an Exchange Server
Navigating through Outlook
Creating and sending new mail
Mail message options
Attaching a file to a message
Viewing and responding to mail
Sorting messages & using the Conversation view
Flagging and Categorizing email
Creating custom categories
Overview of the To-Do Bar
Printing and deleting messages
Creating and editing a new contact
Sorting and finding contacts
Creating a Distribution List
Creating and editing a new task
Difference b/w Task list and To-Do list
Converting email into a task


MODULE 2: USING THE CALENDAR , MANAGING & ORGANIZING INFORMATION

Introduction to the Outlook calendar
Using the Schedule view
Adding and editing appointments
Scheduling recurring appointments
Scheduling events
Sending and responding to meeting invitations
Customizing the calendar
Creating your own mailbox subfolders
Moving items into folders
Searching & finding Outlook items
Adding Search Folders
Creating Notes

Day 2:

In the second, advanced day of Outlook, participant will learn to use the powerful capabilities of a digital organizer to automate common activities, share and collaborate with others, and customize the program meet any need. The first half of this class focuses specifically on advanced e-mail tools and collaboration, while the second half delves deeper into the configuration of outlook and how to connect it with other programs such as word. Participants should be familiar with the basic functionality of Outlook, and have an interest in mastering this program.

 

MODULE 3: ADVANCED EMAIL FEATURES & SETTINGS, ADVANCED DATA MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

An overview of Outlook message formats
Creating and Using AutoSignatures for messages
Using the Out of Office Assistant
Utilizing message Voting buttons
Using and customizing Quick Steps
Creating rules for email
Setting folder permissions
Setting delegate status for folders
Accessing another user's folders
Creating a Personal Folder file (PST file) and subfolders
Archiving information
Mailbox maintenance techniques

 

MODULE 4: CONFIGURING OUTLOOK ACCOUNTS & CUSTOMIZING VIEWS, USING OUTLOOK WITH OTHER APPLICATIONS

Configuring Dial Up and Exchange Server Accounts
Adding new profiles

Prerequisites: No prerequisites for this course

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