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Outlook Essentials Specialist

Outlook Essentials Specialist


NYIM Training
One Union Square West
Ste 805
New York, NY 10003
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Monday, January 22, 2018 -
10:00am to 5:00pm


The Outlook Efficiency Techniques class concentrates on how to use Outlook quickly and effectively. When you are finished with this class you will be able to cut off hours of repetitive work, set up rules and search folders to automate email management, manage your calendar and to do lists, manage huge amounts of email with ease, manage complex scheduling, organize all your contacts and track your correspondence. This class is perfect to those who know how to do the most basic emailing (reply and creating a new email) and to those wanting to learn the best way to organize all their contacts, emails, and tasks. It's great for anyone working in an office and who is in Outlook more than an hour a day. Materials: Mousepad with the most common shortcuts Printable Shortcut sheet with every Outlook Shortcut Course Outline: Lesson 1: Setting up your workspace for efficiency Full Menus Toolbar arrangement Creating new folders and subfolders View emails by Custom Groups such as by a conversation or grouping emails by the same person together. Keeping your Inbox clean Lesson 2: Email Attachment options Auto compressing images HTML vs. Plain text Auto signatures for different email accounts Putting an expiration date on your email Requesting a delivery receipt Having replies automatically go to another email Lesson 3: Working with Contacts Save time by creating new contacts from emails Seeing every email someone has every sent, no matter what folder it is in using the Activities tab Lesson 4: Calendar Printing your calendars Lesson 5: Search Folders - The Power Tool What is it and how does it work Use the Default Search Folders such as the unread and large email folders Create Your Own Search Folders Understanding how to create the practical rules Automatically move emails to folders based on criteria Automate almost anything you would like to do Lesson 6: Tasks Creating Tracking Assigning Lesson 7: Helpful knowledge Using the Autocorrect to save repetitious tasks How to control Auto archiving and when is it useful Making sure Microsoft isn't spying on your activity with your permission Note: Students will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of this course and may retake the same course for free.

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