Microsoft Outlook 2013 Course Training

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  • Reading and Responding to Messages
  • Working With Tasks and Notes
  • Advanced Calender Management
  • Managing Outlook Data Files


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Microsoft Outlook 2013 Course overview

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Courses | Online & Classroom Training Microsoft Outlook 2013 has a new design that helps you keep all your emails sorted and kept easy to keep track of them all. Microsoft outlook training has had many visual updates like contacts list, calendar and your tasks list.

Once you take the step to learn Microsoft Outlook 2013 you will find out it more then just a tool for getting your emails it also great to use to keep your life organized with built in calendar used for planning.

Microsoft Outlook training includes how to set up Microsoft Outlook and use Microsoft Outlook Web Access and Microsoft Exchange. Microsoft Outlook 2013 includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, journal, and web browsing.

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Who should attend Microsoft Outlook 2013 training?

Microsoft Outlook training targets all individuals and companies that incorporates the Microsoft Office Suite. If perhaps you are just looking to UPGRADE YOURSELF or UPGRADE YOUR EMPLOYEES, then this is the perfect course for you. This course is intended for people who have a basic understanding of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Outlook 2013 and want or need to know how to perform more advanced tasks in Outlook.

Lets get technical: Information Technology forms part of our everyday society. Keeping up to date with the latest software or hardware packages, is what makes us more competitive and marketable in managing our skillsets.

Advantages of Outlook 2013 training:

  • Reduced Frustrations: Outlook integrates easily with existing mailboxes, with an easy to use configurations list to choose the amount of data that must be downloaded to your client.
  • Get a better overview of your Inbox: More space between emails.
  • Faster processing of emails.
  • Most common error handling: a Pop-Up reminder to check if you needed to add any attachments.We have all made that mistake.
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Pressing [Ctrl]Z reverses many actions in Outlook. For example, if you move a message to a different folder, delete a message, or type a sentence you don't want to include in an email, just press [Ctrl]Z to undo the action. You must press [Ctrl]Z, however, before performing any other action. This doesn't work for everything (i.e., you can’t undo sending a message or meeting request), but give it a try next time you accidentally perform a step. You may be pleasantly surprised at the power of this handy little keyboard shortcut.

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What you will learn

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Course
Course Content - Microsoft Outlook 2013

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Level 1

  • Lesson 1 : Getting Started With Outlook 2013
  • Lesson 2 :Composing Messages
  • Lesson 3 : Reading and Responding to Messages
  • Lesson 4 :Managing Your Messages
  • Lesson 5 : Managing Your Calender
  • Lesson 6 :Managing Your Contacts
  • Lesson 7 :Working With Tasks and Notes
  • Lesson 8 :Customizing the Outlook Environment

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Level 2

  • Lesson 1 : Configure Advanced Message Options
  • Lesson 2 : Advanced Contact Management
  • Lesson 3 : Managing Activities by Using Tasks and Journal Entries
  • Lesson 4 :Sharing Workspaces with Others
  • Lesson 5 :Managing Outlook Data Files

Full course outline

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Course

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Level 1

Lesson 1: Getting Started with Outlook 2013

  • Navigate the Outlook Interface
  • Perform Basic Email Functions
  • Use Outlook Help

Lesson 2: Composing Messages

  • Create an Email Message
  • Check Spelling and Grammar
  • Format Message Content
  • Insert Common Layout Elements
  • Use Building Blocks

Lesson 3: Reading and Responding to Messages

  • Customize Reading Options
  • Work with Attachments
  • Manage Your Message Responses
  • Print Your Calender

Lesson 4: Managing your Messages

  • Manage Messages Using Tags, Flags, and Commands
  • Organize Messages Using Folders

Lesson 5: Managing Your Calender

  • View the Calender
  • Manage Appointments

Lesson 6: Managing Your Contacts

  • Create and Update Contacts
  • View and Organize Contacts

Lesson 7: Working With Tasks and Notes

  • Manage Tasks
  • Manage Notes

Lesson 8: Customizing the Outlook Environment

  • Customize the Outlook Interface
  • Create and Manage Quick Steps

Microsoft Outlook 2013 Level 2

Lesson 1: Configure Advanced Message Options

  • Insert Advanced Characters and Objects
  • Modify Message Settings, Properties and Options
  • Use Automatic Replies

Lesson 2: Advanced Message Management

  • Sort Messages
  • Filter Messages
  • Organize Messages
  • Search Messages
  • Manage Junk Mail
  • Manage Your Mailbox

Lesson 3: Advanced Calender Management

  • Manage Advanced Calender Options
  • Create Calander Groups
  • Manage Your Message Responses
  • Manage Meeting Responses

Lesson 4: Advanced Contact Management

  • Edit an Electronic Business Card
  • Manage Advanced Contact Options
  • Forward Contacts
  • Export Contacts

Lesson 5: Managing Your Calender

  • View the Calender
  • Manage Appointments

Lesson 6: Sharing Workspaces with Others

  • Delegate Access to Mail Folders
  • Share Your Calender
  • Share Your Contacts

Lesson 7: Managing Outlook Data Files

  • Back Up Outlook Items
  • Change Data File Settings