Certificate In Outlook 2010 Essentials Online Course

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Learn how to use the Basic Features of Outlook 2010 You will learn how to use the basic features of Outlook 2010. This course is designed to teach you a basic understanding of Outlook 2010 in a practical way.
Outlook 2010 is a powerful e-mail application. However, it does much more than that to help you stay organized. With contacts, calendars, and tasks, Outlook can help you manage every aspect of your life. By the end of this Certificate In Outlook 2010 Essentials Online Course, you will be able to: Open and close Outlook Use the Outlook Interface, including the new Backstage view Set up an e-mail account View the Inbox Send and Receive messages View messages Use Quick Steps Reply to or forward messages Delete e-mail Ignore e-mail Create and send a new message Address a new message Create the body of an e-mail message Attach files to messages Mark an item as Read or Unread Print messages Create folders and use them to organize messages Understand and handle Junk Mail Create Rules for handling messages Use Categories Flag items for follow-up Search for items Understand appointments and the calendar Understand tasks and the To-Do List Create and organize contacts Course Fast Facts: Easy to follow and understand Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required 12 months access to course Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time Download printer friendly course content Certificate (IAOTS Accredited) Course Delivery Courses are accessed online via our learning management system by any device including PC, MAC, tablet or Smart Phone. Recognition & Accreditation This course is internationally recognized and accredited by the International Association of Online Training Standards (IAOTS). The courses offered by Courses For Success are unique as they are taught in a step by step process...

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Requirements: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, or later ...


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Module One: Getting Started

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Module Two: Opening and Closing Outlook

  • Lesson One: Opening Outlook
  • Lesson Two: Understanding the Interface
  • Lesson Three: Using Backstage View
  • Lesson Four: Setting up an E-mail Account
  • Lesson Five: Viewing Your Inbox
  • Lesson Six: Closing Outlook

Module Three:  Working with E-mail

  • Lesson One: Sending and Receiving Mail
  • Lesson Two: Viewing an E-mail
  • Lesson Three: Replying To or Forwarding an E-mail
  • Lesson Four: Deleting an E-mail
  • Lesson Five: Ignoring E-mail
  • Lesson Six: Using Quick Steps

Module Four:  Creating a New E-mail

  • Lesson One: Creating an E-mail
  • Lesson Two: Addressing an E-mail
  • Lesson Three: Creating the Body
  • Lesson Four: Attaching a File
  • Lesson Five: Sending the Message

Module Five: Managing E-mail

  • Lesson One: Marking an Item as Read or Unread
  • Lesson Two: Printing a Message
  • Lesson Three: Creating Folders
  • Lesson Four: Moving Messages to Folders
  • Lesson Five: Renaming, Moving, and Deleting Folders

Module Six: Managing Junk Mail

  • Lesson One: About the Junk Mail Filter
  • Lesson Two: Enabling Junk Mail Filtering
  • Lesson Three: Enabling the Phishing Filter
  • Lesson Four: Modifying Safe and Blocked Senders Lists
  • Lesson Five: Marking a Message as Junk or Not Junk

Module Seven: Outlook's Organization Tools

  • Lesson One: Creating a Basic Rule
  • Lesson Two: Creating an Advanced Rule
  • Lesson Three: Using Categories
  • Lesson Four: Flagging an Item for Follow-Up
  • Lesson Five: Viewing Favorite Folders

Module Eight: Searching for Items

  • Lesson One: Understanding Search Folders
  • Lesson Two: Setting Up and Using Search Folders
  • Lesson Three: Using Instant Search
  • Lesson Four: Using Advanced Search
  • Lesson Five: Using Contact Search

Module Nine: An Introduction to the Calendar

  • Lesson One: Getting Started
  • Lesson Two: Creating an Appointment
  • Lesson Three: Changing Your Calendar View
  • Lesson Four: Editing an Appointment
  • Lesson Five: Managing Reminders

Module Ten: An Introduction to Tasks

  • Lesson One: Getting Started
  • Lesson Two: Creating a New Task
  • Lesson Three: Editing a Task
  • Lesson Four: Updating Task Status
  • Lesson Five: Basic Task Views

Module Eleven: An Introduction to Contacts

  • Lesson One: Getting Started
  • Lesson Two: Creating a New Contact
  • Lesson Three: Editing a Contact
  • Lesson Four: Organizing Contacts
  • Lesson Five: Basic Contact Views

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up