Computer Training



Course Description


Course Length 1 Day - 8 Hour Class Session

Overview Students will learn how to sort, filter, and group items; use and create Outlook templates and forms; and share information by using public folders and Net Folders. Students will also learn how to share and fax contacts, automatically record activities in the Journal, and customize the Outlook environment.

Prerequisite Introduction to Personal Computers 
Window 2000 Introduction  or Windows XP Introduction
Outlook 2000 - Level 1

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

Benefits Students will learn how to use the advanced features of Outlook to manage E-Mail messages, schedule meetings, communicate with contacts and record entries in the Journal.

Target Student Students enrolling in this course should have a basic understanding of the Internet and the basic features of Outlook 2000, including how to create and send email items, schedule meetings, and create personal folders.

Objectives Manage and arrange Outlook items by sorting, filtering, and using the Advanced Find feature; by displaying custom views; and by creating custom forms.

Customize the Outlook environment by creating custom toolbars and menu items to add to the Outlook Bar.

Communicate with contacts by sending faxes, share contacts with other users, automatically record items associated with contacts in the Journal by setting options in the Options dialog box, and organize contacts and notes.

Create and use templates and forms.

Integrate Outlook 2000 with Office applications by importing and exporting Office documents, creating an Office document in Outlook, and sending an Outlook message from Office applications.

Share information with other Outlook users by creating, replying to, and editing posts in public folders; creating and posting to Net Folders; and granting other Outlook users folder permissions.

Investigate Internet and remote mail features by accessing Internet Explorer from Outlook, creating Outlook items in Internet Explorer, creating messages in HTML format, adding hyperlinks, and discussing Microsoft NetMeeting, the Outlook Newsreader, and remote mail options.

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