Course Outline
Microsoft Outlook - Introduction
Hands-on training in an instructor-led environment. One workstation per delegate
and exercises to consolidate learning.
Training Method:
No prior knowledge of Outlook or internet & e-mail is assumed. A working
knowledge of the Windows environment is required, or having attended our
Introduction to Windows training course.
One day
To introduce the basic concepts and features of Microsoft Outlook.
First time and/or inexperienced users of Outlook and Internet & e-mail
Designed for:
Module 1: The Fundamentals
Starting Outlook,Understanding the Outlook Screen
Using the Navigation Pane
Composing, Sending & Receiving E-mail
Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Text
Creating an Appointment
Viewing the Calendar
Editing and Rescheduling Appointments
Using the Contacts List
Viewing, Editing, and Deleting Contacts
Using the Tasks List & Using Notes
Working with Outlook Today & Getting Help
Printing an Item
Exiting Microsoft Outlook
Module 2: Using E-mail
Composing & Sending Email
Specifying Message Options
Receiving and Sorting Messages
Replying to & Forwarding a Message
Checking Your Spelling
Inserting a Hyperlink
Attaching a File to a Message
Opening an Attachment
Finding Messages & Deleting Messages
Exploring the Folder List
Using Outlook Web Access
Module 3: Using the Address Book
Introduction to the Address Book
Adding New Entries
Searching the Address Book and Editing Entries
Creating a Distribution List
Deleting Contacts and Distribution Lists
Module 4: Using the Contacts List
Adding a Contact
Editing and Deleting Contacts
Adding an E-mail
Sender to the Contacts list
Changing Views
Using the Actions Menu
Printing the Contacts list
Module 5: Using the Calendar
Scheduling an Appointment
Viewing the Calendar
Editing and Rescheduling Appointments
Scheduling an Event
Setting Reminders
Copying Appointments
Configuring Calendar Options
Working with Recurring Appointments
Printing the Calendar
Changing Calendar Views
Arranging Appointments and Events
Viewing the TaskPad
Viewing Calendars Side by Side
Module 6: Using the Tasks List
Using the Tasks List
Creating a Recurring and Regenerating Task
Changing Task Views
Arranging Tasks
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