Computer Training



Course Description


Course Length 1 Day - 8 Hour Class Session

Overview Students will learn the fundamentals of using Outlook 2000 to coordinate mail, appointments, events, meetings, tasks, and contacts.

Prerequisite Introduction to Personal Computers 
Window 2000 Introduction or Windows XP Introduction

Delivery Method Instructor-Led, Group Paced, Classroom-Delivery Learning Model with Structured Hands-On Activities

Benefits Students will learn how to send and receive mail, schedule appointments, insert events, schedule meetings, create and manage tasks, and organize contacts.

Target Student Students Enrolling in This Course Should Have an Understanding of Personal Computers and the Windows Environment

What's Next Outlook 2000 - Level 2
This course teaches students how to use advanced mail, contacts, and journal features; how to create forms and templates; how to customize the Outlook 2000 environment; and how to use remote mail and the Internet features of Outlook 2000.

Objectives Identify the Outlook 2000 interface.

Send, receive, and act on mail messages.

Use additional message handling options, insert text into a message, and create multiple Signatures.

Create personal folders and organize Outlook 2000 folders.

Create, edit, and categorize single appointments and recurring appointments.

Create, send, and manage meeting requests.

Create, edit, assign, and track tasks, and create and edit contacts.

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