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MS Outlook New Features Course

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Course Aims

This intensive, hands-on one-day training course introduces the new features and functionality in the latest version of Microsoft Outlook. There have been substantial changes to the user interface in this database application, and this course will help delegates get proficient in the shortest possible time.
 

Who Should Attend

The course is designed for experienced Outlook users who have worked with earlier versions of Microsoft Outlook , and who have or are planning to upgrade to Microsoft Outlook. Ideally delegates should also have some familiarity with the Internet. This course covers the commonly used new features for a typical user.
 

Course Outline

Getting Started

  • Starting Out
  • Interacting with Outlook
  • The New Interface, Part 1
  • The New Interface, Part 2
  • Using the Outlook Panes
  • Getting Help in Outlook

Using E-mail

  • Answering E-mail
  • Doing More with E-mail
  • Polishing your Message
  • Adding Word Elements
  • Adding Outlook Elements

Advanced E-mail Features

  • Advanced Calendar Options
  • Advanced Mail Options
  • Advanced Contact Management Options
  • Signatures and Stationery
  • RSS

More Advanced E-mail Features

  • Using Categories
  • Linked Items
  • Publishing your Calendar
  • Using the Account Settings Window

Security and Search Tools

  • Security Tools
  • The Trust Center, Part 1
  • The Trust Center, Part 2
  • Instant Search

 

Training Location

The Royal Commonwealth Club, 25 Northumberland Avenue, Embankment, London WC2N 5AP

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