Computer Training



Course Description


Course Length 1 Day - 8 Hour Class Session

Overview Students will learn how to manage, prioritize and arrange E-Mail messages; how to schedule and manage meetings with other users and how to use contacts to access the Internet and automatically record activities in the Journal.  Students will also learn how to use templates and forms and how to customize the Outlook Bar. 

Prerequisite Introduction to Personal Computers 
Window 2000 Introduction  or Windows XP Introduction
Outlook 97 Introduction – Level One

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 understand how to use the Windows environment.  They should have completed the course Introduction to Outlook 97 – Level One. 

Objectives Use advanced techniques for creating and sending messages by setting message priorities, inserting text from files and messages into a new message, and using the Voting and AutoSignature features. 

Manage and arrange Outlook Mail messages by sorting, filtering, using the Find feature and displaying and customizing views. 

Organize Outlook messages and share information with other users by creating and using personal and public folders. 

Manage the process of scheduling meetings with other Outlook users by sending meeting requests, and by viewing, accepting, declining, rescheduling and canceling meeting requests. 

Create items by using templates and forms and customize the Outlook Bar. 

Use contact items to send E-Mail messages and schedule meetings. 

Automatically record items associated with contacts in the Journal by setting options in the Options dialog box. 

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