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Category

ICT

Course type

Microsoft

Cost per course

£495 for any two half day courses +VAT
Client site, max 10 individuals

Duration

Half day

Full/Part time

Part Time

Provider

ITS SmartStyle Training

Dates and Locations

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This course is intended for users who currently use Outlook for e-mail and want to utilise other Outlook tools, such as the electronic diary, task list and contacts.

Objectives:

On completion of the course, users will be able to set and keep track of both their own and other people's diary arrangements, including planning and responding to meeting requests and creating personalised task lists with reminders. Users will also be able to store their contacts, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses electronically.

Prerequisites:

Users must be familiar with the Outlook interface and able to send, open, reply to and forward e-mail messages.

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Working With The Calendar
  • Viewing & Navigating the Calendar
  • Customising the Working Week
  • Scheduling Appointments & Events
  • Editing Appointments & Events
  • Recurring Appointments & Events
  • Sharing Calendars with Others
  • Planning Meetings & Responding to Meeting Requests
Using The Task List
  • Creating & Editing Tasks
  • Completing & Deleting Tasks
  • Recurring Tasks
Reminders
  • Setting Calendar & Task Reminders
  • Viewing Calendar & Task Reminders
  • Snoozing & Dismissing Reminders
Outlook Contacts
  • Creating a New Contact
  • Editing a Contact
  • Deleting a Contact
  • Creating Contact Groups
Notes
  • Writing a Note

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