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This hands-on, experiential, student-based manual is a highly visual step-by-step approach to using this software. It assumes that the student has no experience or background with MS Outlook software. The intent is to leave the student with a
solid foundational core to use and to build upon. It is a very user-friendly manual and is meant for self-paced learning with little or no input from an instructor. The manual proceeds to take the student through:
- Email (Open, Send, Reply)
- Deleting SPAM
- Create new contacts in email address book
- Create automatic signatures
- Send attachments
- Sorting email
- Redirecting email into selective folders
- Block junk email
- Send email to a group
- Scheduling appointments
- Planning meetings
- Create electronic sticky notes
- Create lists
- Create journal entries
- Create automatic out of office email responses
Distance delivery and e-learning classes are greatly enhanced with the use of these materials as questions are answered by working through the materials. The manual is designed for an 4 - 8-hour (or less) course depending on the depth required.
The first thing you’ll see when you open Outlook is a brand new look. It’s cleaner, but it’s also designed to help you focus on what’s important with a clear view of email, calendars, and contacts.
Preview messages in the message list
Know at a glance which messages to read and tackle first.
Respond faster with inline replies
Reply with one click by typing your response right in the Reading Pane. Or, start a Lync IM conversation for a real-time chat.
Use commands in the message lists for quick action
Flag, delete, or mark your messages read or unread with handy commands in the message list.
Also, with the All and Unread buttons in the inbox, you can focus on the messages you want.
Sneak a peek
Grab a quick glance at your schedule, an appointment, or details about someone you’re emailing—without, for example, having to switch from email to calendar or other modes.
See all your contact details in one place
The People Card collects all the key details about a contact in one place: phone, email, address, company info, social media updates, even whether they’re available. From the card, you can schedule a meeting, send an instant message, or give them a call, making it a one-stop-shop for all communication.
Quickly switch between the main Outlook elements
Just above the status bar at the bottom of the screen, you’ll find a clearer view of Mail, Calendar, People, and Tasks, for easy navigation.
Customize your Inbox
Rename the folders in your Inbox and move them around to support the way you work.
One place for all your project docs and email in Site Mailboxes
Give everyone on your team access to a team folder, calendar, and task list to manage on the go, using the combined power of Outlook, Exchange, and SharePoint
Connect with Outlook.com without any add-ins
Outlook 2013 includes built-in support for Exchange ActiveSync, which means you don’t need a special connector add-in to connect to Outlook.com (formerly Hotmail). Also, if you use Tasks to plan every detail of your life, now you can sync Outlook.com Tasks with Outlook to put all those plans together.
Find what you want, when you want
Search email, attachments, calendar appointments and contacts to find the information you need fast.
Will it be sunny or rainy?
You don't have to find your local weather forecast because it's right there in Calendar view, along with current conditions.
Microsoft Outlook Training Manuals Available:
|MS Outlook Training Manual||2013||$29.95|
|MS Outlook Training Manual (eBook)||2003||$29.95|