Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010

$49.99

Total Run Time: 7 hrs

Are you under the impression that Outlook is about e-mail? Well, you're not wrong, but if that's all you think it is you are in for a pleasant surprise! Outlook is a personal information management system that allows you to create, organize and manage information. In this series you will learn how to fully utilize the extensive capabilities of Outlook, allowing you to better manage your information and time.

Highlights

  1. Learn to setup profiles and configure e-mails so you can track all communications in one place
  2. Extend your view of what can be done with e-mail and how it can look
  3. Discover the benefits of keeping an electronic calendar including the ability to easily setup meetings and share it with others
  4. Keep all your contact information with all the details and automate uses of that information
  5. Keep a list of tasks you need to accomplish
  6. Use folders, junk mail and rules to automate and organize information
  7. Organize all of your information in one single place with a common set of tools that allow you to be efficient, effective and professional

 

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Description

In this Outlook 2010 series, you’ll learn there’s more to e-mail, calendars, contacts, tasks and notes than just Send or Save, including a whole set of tools that will make you more efficient and professional by integrating information in one place and using a common set of tools.

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Course outline

Chapter 1: INTRODUCING OUTLOOK 2010 (60 min)

  1. What is Outlook?
  2. Understanding E-mail Communication
  3. Viewing & Adding E-mail Accounts
  4. Using Outook with Microsoft Exchange
  5. Understanding Outlook Data Files
  6. Customizing Outlook Today
  7. Using the To-Do Bar
Chapter 2: COMPOSING BASIC E-MAIL (63 min)

  1. Understanding E-Mail Formats
  2. Addressing & Subject Lines
  3. Setting Message Options
  4. Adding Signatures
  5. Including Attachments
  6. Taking Advantage of Quick Steps
Chapter 3: CREATING MORE ELEGANT E-MAIL (37 min)

  1. Creating Messages with Stationery & Themes
  2. Using Tables, Images, Quick Parts & Hyperlinks in Messages
  3. Reviewing Messages
  4. Modifying Default E-Mail Options
Chapter 4: MANAGING INCOMING MESSAGES (75 min)

  1. Setting Automatic Replies & Controlling Send/Receive
  2. Managing Inbox Views
  3. Working with Attachments
  4. Replying to & Forwarding Messages
  5. Flagging Messages & Setting Up Reminders
  6. Resending, Tracking & Recalling Sent Messages
  7. Managing Junk Mail
Chapter 5: MANAGING OUTLOOK FOLDERS (54 min)

  1. Searching through E-mail
  2. Creating Additional Folders
  3. Moving Messages Manually & with Rules
  4. Deleting Items & Managing Mailbox Size
  5. Archiving
Chapter 6: STAYING ORGANIZED WITH THE CALENDAR (73 min)

  1. Calendar Views
  2. Setting Calendar Defaults
  3. Creating Appointments & Events
  4. Forwarding & Moving Appointments, The Reminders Window
  5. Creating Recurring Items
  6. Assigning & Customizing Color Categories
  7. Organizing & Scheduling Meetings
  8. Responding to, Contacting Attendees, Tracking & Canceling Meetings
  9. Sharing & Viewing Calendars
Chapter 7: KEEPING TRACK OF CONTACTS (32 min)

  1. Creating Contacts
  2. Customizing Business Cards
  3. Creating Contact Groups
  4. Using the People Pane & the Outlook Social Connector
Chapter 8: GETTING THINGS DONE WITH TASKS (28 min)

  1. Creating Notes & Tasks
  2. Assigning Tasks & Adding Them to the Calendar
  3. Credits

Presenter Info

Erin A. Olsen

¬†Erin A. Olsen has been spreading her enthusiasm and vision for the power of desktop technology since 1994 to more than 37,000 people in seven countries. Since founding PCKeys Technology Solutions, she has authored more than 36 CBT titles, developed hundreds of courses and effectively presented to thousands. When Erin started her technology career, the PC was fairly new. Windows 3.1 was just coming out so she had to find ways to explain this new technical environment in terms non-technical people could understand. Her illustrations and explanations did and continue to do so today in fundamental to advanced topics. Erin combines her formal education in information technology and education with an emphasis in instructional design and technology (B.I.T., M.Ed.), with her technical expertise, real-world experience and understanding of adult learning to present these technical topics in an easy-to-understand, easy-to-apply and fun manner using relatable examples and analogies. Erin’s unique combination of personality and skills allow her to provide an enhanced learning experience for all that is effective, engaging and memorable.