Microsoft Outlook 2010
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You will use Outlook to compose and send email, schedule appointments and meetings, manage contact information, schedule tasks, and create notes.
This one day course teaches participants the skills necessary to create, manage, revise, and distribute documents.
Delivery: Instructor-led, hands-on delivery either online, on-site at your place of business or at Front Runner. Our custom training meets your needs.
Duration: 1 day
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
•explore the Outlook interface, send mail, and respond to messages
•compose email messages
•organize email messages into folders
•manage contacts and contact information
•schedule a meeting
•manage tasks and notes
Call to schedule your customized course, we are flexible to cover any features required for your training needs.
- Setting up Your Work Week;
- Viewing the Calendar;
- Creating Appointments; Creating, Scheduling and Editing
- Meetings; Repeating Appointments or Meetings;
- Responding to Meeting Requests; Changing Time or Date of Meeting/Appointment;
Viewing Multiple Calendars; Creating and Using Calendar Groups; Printing the Calendar.
- Creating & Editing Contacts;
- Sending a Mail Message to a Contact;
- Searching for Contacts;
Merging Contacts with Word.
Tasks and To-Do Items:
- Displaying To-Do and Task List Folders:
- Creating Tasks, Marking Complete;
- Adding Messages or Contacts to the To-Do List;
- Changing Task Order; Assigning Tasks;
- Viewing To-Do Items in the Calendar;
- Hiding /Displaying Tasks in the To-Do Bar;
For Any Outlook Item:
- Deleting, Assigning an Item to a Category;
- Sorting by Category;
- Sorting Items;
- Creating a New Calendar/Contact/Task Folder;
- Sharing Calendar Contacts Tasks or Notes using an Exchange Server;
- Using Another Person's Calendar Contacts Tasks or Notes Folder;
- Responding to a Sharing Request;
Using the Reading Pane.
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