Microsoft Outlook is so much more than an email tool ...
It's true that most people who send and receive emails use Outlook to manage them. But there are more tools that help you manage what you do, and to integrate this with your email communications.
You'll learn about organizing your emails into folders, about using Contacts to organize your connections, Task Lists to remind you of things you need to do, and the Calendar to schedule appointments.
And we don't just show you the tools, we show you the "best practice" ways of using them, so you can be sure that you will be using Outlook in the most effective way possible.
This course will help you to improve your organisation and productivity by using Microsoft Outlook to its full potential. It will teach you the principles and techniques that ensure an efficient and effective use of emails, contacts, calendars and notes -- every day of your working life..
You'll learn about the personal productivity problem, before moving on to the Outlook interface and using categories. You'll learn how to deal with and manage emails properly, using the Junk folder and setting rules & alerts.
Next, you'll look at appointments, holidays and managing your calendar, then learn about managing meetings.
From there, the course progresses to working with contacts and then deals with tasks and to do lists.
We finish with advanced features like linking within Outlook and with other applications, and synchronising Outlook and Exchange Server, web access and Office 365.
You will now have a great foundation for using Outlook to communicate using email, and also to manage and assist with much of the work you do.
Most people think of Outlook as an email tool, and although there's much more to it, emails are the core purpose of almost everyone's use of the siftware.
So this course gives you a thorough understanding of how to deal with and manage email messages. It starts with how to use the interface and customize the layout to your own preferences.
It then deals with creating and editing emails, viewing and replying to emails, and managing attachments.
Next we teach you how to work with mail folders, including the Junk folder, and organize messages into subfolders and categories We show you how to set up auto-replies, manage emails by using rules, and we finish with a lesson on mail settings.
You will now have a great foundation for using Outlook for email communications, and for managing the email messages you send and receive.
OK, so you have a working knowledge of the basics. But there's much more you can achieve with Outlook.
You'll start with the People view, and how to create, print and manage contacts and attach them to messages,
Next you will learn about the Address Book and the Contact group.
The Calendar is a big - and useful -- subject, so we show you how it works, how to shedule events and recurring appointments, and how to manage Calendar items.
Managing tasks is covered in the next section, and the course ends by showing you how to work with the journal and take notes in Outlook.
With the contents of this course under your belt, you're in a great position to be organize and improve your communications, your calendar and your tasks.
The first section of the course deals with meetings: scheduling a meeting, accepting invitations and adjusting the Calendar.
You'll then learn how to assign tasks to other people and view their calendars and share Outlook data with them.
Next comes delegating access and working offline, before moving on to importing and exporting data.
You'll then learn about Outlook data files, and setting up an e-mail account, and the course ends with a full treatment of custom forms.
This course will truly enable you to get the most from Outlook -- and benefit accordingly.
Most people only use a small part of what Outlook can do. They'll use it for email, but then use other software to do things that Outlook can do anyway.
So our course teaches you how to use Outlook properly. Yes, it fully covers email: sending, receiving and organizing your mail into folders, and creating automated rules.
But it also shows you how to use Outlook's Calendar as a diary and as a schedule of meetings. We show you how to use the Tasks folder. And you'll learn how to use the Contacts folder so all this information is together in one secure place.
You will now have a great foundation for using Outlook to not only communicate using email, but also to organize much of your life!
Who doesn't use email? OK, hardly anyone. But who knows how to organize it properly, and use other tools to structure how they work? That's less obvious.
Our course takes you right through the basics, on to setting up, managing and using Folders, Contacts, Tasks and the Calendar.
If you thought that Outlook was just about emails, this course will show you just how unbelievably useful it can be.
You have total flexibility ... you can work through all the course content so you have a thorough knowledge from start to finish. Or treat the content as your "library" - to refer to and learn as you need.
Either way, you'l find all our courses easy to watch and available 24/7 to upgrade your Microsoft Outlook skills.