|Foundation||8 hours||69 AZN|
What Topics are Covered?
- Microsoft Outlook 2013 Core Essentials
- This one-level course gives students the skills they need to get the most from Microsoft Outlook 2013. Over the course of a dozen easy-to-understand modules, students learn skills that progress from basic right through to advanced.
- The Basics
- The course begins with a look at getting started with Outlook 2013. Students are shown how to use the Folder Pane, how to use Peeks, and how to use the notification icon.
- Working with E-Mail Message
- Microsoft Outlook is a widely used e-mail program. This module gets students off on the right foot with a look at how to open, reply to, forward, and delete messages.
- Creating Messages
- In this module, students are shown how to create a new message, format text, attach files or items, change message themes, check spelling, and send a message.
- Working with the Calendar
- Another strength of Outlook is its calendar functionality. This module teaches students how to make the most of their Outlook calendar. They will learn how to find and open the calendar, create appointments and meetings, work with the Daily Task List, change the calendar view, and use the Weather Bar.
- Working with Tasks
- The course then moves on to look at tasks. In this module, students will learn how to open the Tasks folder, create and delete tasks, change the task view, and update the completion status of a task.
- Working with Notes
- Here, the focus is on notes and how to work with them. Students are taught how to open the Notes folder, create and delete notes, arrange existing notes, and change the note view.
- Working with People
- Keeping a list of contacts is a handy skill to have and this module details how to do that with Outlook 2013. The module shows how to open the People folder and create a new contact. It shows how to mark a contact as a favorite and how to change the contact view. It wraps up with a look at how to create a new contact group.
- Using Social Networks
- Social networks have become a part of everyday life and can be integrated into Outlook 2013. Students will learn how to connect to a social network, how to view social network contacts and information, as well as how to remove social networks from Outlook.
- Getting Organized
- It pays to be organized and this module shows students how to do that in relation to Microsoft Outlook 2013. Topics include how to create folders, move existing items into folders, categorize items, use the search and filter tools, and manage junk mail.
- Using Conversations
- This module covers how to read and work with conversations, turn conversations on and off, clean up folders or conversations, and ignore a conversation.
- Using Quick Steps
- Students are shown how to use the default Quick Steps, create new Quick Steps, delete Quick Steps, and reset Quick Steps in this module.
- Customizing the Interface
- This final module looks at the interface and shares tips for customizing it. Students are shown how to change ribbon display options, customize the Quick Access toolbar, hide and show ribbon tabs, and reset changes made to the interface.