Outlook 2016

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Course Overview

Instructor: Kelly Buchnat
Subject: Outlook 2016
Duration: 05 Hour 59 Minutes
Level: Beginner
Pre-requisites: Basic computer skills and understanding of basic email concepts.

Description

This course is designed to teach students the basics of Microsoft Outlook 2016 and help them gain familiarity with the Outlook environment and basic functionality. Students will learn the basics of email, how to use the Help feature, how to create and send messages, and how to work with attachments. Students will also learn organizational techniques through the use of folders, views, categories, flags, and searching. Additionally, students will review printing options, automatic replies, contact creation and management, calendar use and management, task and note creation and management, message options, and email signatures.

Introduction
Introduction1min 20sec
Introduction to Microsoft Outlook Creating and Sending Messages Organizing Mail with Folders Managing and Organizing the Outlook Mailbox Managing People and Contacts Managing the Calendar Managing Tasks and Notes Increasing Efficiency with Outlook Conclusion
Course Recap0min 25sec

Kelly Buchnat

Kelly received her B.A. in Communications from Northern Illinois University and is certified as an Illinois Teaching Paraprofessional. She is a “utility player” of sorts and has successfully held roles in a variety of business units including sales, customer service, marketing, and training. In addition to her business experience, she spent 5 years in the elementary school classroom focusing on differentiated learning techniques. In her spare time, she is happily fulfilling her role as the mother to triplet boys.

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