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Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook

Overview

Participants will learn the skills to build Outlook folder structures to manage their files.

This course is designed for busy people who need to know how to get the best from their applications from the outset. The course moves swiftly through the very basics and progresses to teach the users how to exploit the most productive elements of Outlook; making the need for additional advanced training a requirement only for the more specialist Administrative user.

Delegates will be able to create, send receive and amend a series of Outlook elements including notes, emails, meetings and tasks. Users will be able to list and define the collection of tools available in Outlook as an organisational management system.

Course details
Modules
Introduction to Outlook
  • What Is Outlook?
  • Outlook Workspace
  • Customise Outlook Today
  • The Navigation Pane
The Toolbars
  • The Standard Toolbar
  • The Outlook Today Toolbar
  • The Message Toolbar
  • The Advanced Toolbar
Mail
  • Creating Messages
  • Mail Customization
  • Opening And Replying
Contacts
  • The Contact List
Tasks
  • Task Management
Notes and Journal
  • Notes Development
  • The Journal
Management
  • Message Management
  • Folder Management
Meetings, Appointments and Events
  • Appointments
  • Events
  • Using Permissions
  • Meetings
Outlook and the Web
  • Newsgroups
  • Instant Messenger
  • NetMeeting
  • Calendar
Saving and Archiving
  • Save
  • Archive

Course Contacts

If you have any questions please get in touch with us at [email protected] or 01 415 0429.

Timetables

This course is available as customised training please contact [email protected] for further information about this option.

How to Apply

How to apply

Directly to Griffith College Short Courses Department

Fees

Study mode: Part time

Fee: Available upon request

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