Microsoft Outlook is a standard office tool for working with email, scheduling appointments, and organizing. This class introduces Microsoft Outlook and shows how the program can be used to get more out of your day.
Training Class Goal
Students exiting this class will be able to use Microsoft Outlook for email, appointments, and task management.
Basic computer skills, general familiarity with the internet.
Training Topics Covered
Navigating in Outlook with Views
The Outlook standard screen
Email Preferences and Composing
Default fonts, styles, colors, and backgrounds
Creating an e-mail
Email Organizing Tools
Working with folders
Viewing e-mails in groups
Adding new contacts
Electronic Business Cards
Managing contacts with folders
Resolving duplicate contacts
Attaching a file to a contact
Assigning categories to a contact
Moving an appointment
Overview: Outlook 2003, 2007 and 2010 are all very different, and each has unique changes.
Navigation/Interface: Uses toolbars and menus
Navigation/Interface: Uses the Ribbon and Office button
Features- all of previous version features plus:
Color flags now become categories
To Do bar
New calendar sharing features
Navigation/Interface: Uses the Ribbon and File Tab