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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Formatting E-mail and Configuring Message Options in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Customizing Outlook 2010 and Managing Accounts $74.95
Managing E-mail with Rules, Automatic Replies, and Alerts in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Working with Files and Folders and Using Search and RSS Feeds in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Data Files, Archiving, and Send/Receive Groups in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Implementing Security with Outlook 2010 $74.95
Accessing Exchange Remotely and Using Forms in Outlook 2010 $74.95

Bundle Price: $239.00
Total Savings: $285.65


Formatting E-mail and Configuring Message Options in Outlook 2010

The default installation of Outlook 2010 allows you to easily send and receive messages among colleagues and friends. There are, however, many options that help you make creative, more visually appealing messages, as well as options that change how messages are sent. This course discusses sending e-mail in different message formats as well as formatting options that can be applied to the text and background of an e-mail. Also covered are how to check your message's spelling and grammar, how to track outgoing messages, how to add voting buttons, and how to set importance and sensitivity options.
  • create a format for your e-mail messages
  • save e-mail messages
  • format e-mail messages
  • check the spelling and grammar of your e-mail messages
  • track e-mail messages
  • configure message options when sending e-mail
  • set the format type of an e-mail message
  • format an e-mail message
  • check the spelling and grammar of an e-mail message
  • add outgoing e-mail options

Customizing Outlook 2010 and Managing Accounts

Outlook 2010 has now adopted a Ribbon, similar to the other products in the Office suite, which provides an intuitive interface with most commands readily available. The Outlook interface is highly customizable as well. This course discusses how to modify the Ribbon to suit your preferences, as well as ways that views and panes can be customized. Configuring Exchange e-mail accounts are also discussed.
  • customize the Outlook 2010 Ribbon
  • create custom views
  • customize the Navigation Pane
  • customize the Reading pane
  • customize the To-Do Bar
  • configure the settings for an account in Outlook
  • customize the ribbon
  • create custom views
  • customize the Navigation pane and Reading pane
  • update the settings for an Exchange account

Managing E-mail with Rules, Automatic Replies, and Alerts in Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010 contains numerous features to help manage the large volume of e-mail that many users receive on a daily basis. Options can be configured to automatically move incoming e-mail into specified folders and Desktop Alerts can be set to notify you of incoming e-mail. This course discusses managing e-mail messages with rules as well as configuring automatic replies and Desktop Alerts for incoming messages.
  • create rules using Outlook rule templates
  • run rules manually
  • create a rule based on the sender of an e-mail message
  • import rules into an existing rules list
  • use automatic replies
  • use Desktop Alerts
  • create rules
  • set an automatic reply
  • turn on a Desktop Alert

Working with Files and Folders and Using Search and RSS Feeds in Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010 provides default folders such as the Inbox, Deleted Items, and Sent Items to assist users in managing and organizing their e-mail messages. Sometimes these folders do not meet all of a user’s needs and additional folders need to be created. This course discusses the creation and management of additional folders in Outlook, as well as the creation of Search folders, which is a type of virtual folder used to automatically organize messages. The course covers how to use the Instant Search feature, which allows you to instantly find e-mail messages, and how to refine your searches. Importing and exporting files are demonstrated. RSS feeds and how they can be used in Outlook 2010 are also discussed.
  • use your own folders
  • import files into Outlook 2010
  • export files from Outlook 2010
  • create Search folders
  • perform Instant Searches for e-mail messages
  • use RSS feeds
  • export files from Outlook 2010
  • search for e-mail messages
  • manage RSS feeds

Data Files, Archiving, and Send/Receive Groups in Outlook 2010

Items created in Outlook 2010 are stored in data files on your computer. Proper management of these files is important in organizing Outlook items and managing space on your hard drive. This course discusses PST and OST files and how they can help you while working with Outlook 2010. Archiving data also plays an important role in Outlook 2010, and this courses covers how to manage AutoArchive settings and how to manually archive items. Also discussed in this course is the creation and management of Send/Receive groups, which enable you to control how often Outlook folders are updated.
  • identify key characteristics of Outlook data files and offline Outlook data files
  • manage Outlook data files
  • specify AutoArchive settings for archiving your Outlook items
  • manually archive your Outlook items
  • use the Mailbox Cleanup tool to manage your mailbox
  • use Send and Receive Groups
  • archive your Outlook items
  • work with Outlook Data Files
  • use Send/Receive groups

Implementing Security with Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010 provides a number of security options that should be enabled to protect you from viruses, unwanted junk mail, and other malicious attacks directed at computer users. This course explains how to protect yourself from spam, junk mail, and phishing attacks as well as how to safely open suspicious messages and attachments. To ensure that no unwanted users can read messages that are not directed towards them, digital signatures can be used. This course discusses how to obtain and apply digital signatures to messages.
  • set security options using the Trust Center
  • use digital signatures with your e-mail messages
  • encrypt your e-mail messages
  • filter junk e-mail using the Junk E-mail Filter
  • filter phishing e-mail messages using the Junk E-mail Filter
  • secure your e-mail correspondence
  • filter your e-mail correspondence

Accessing Exchange Remotely and Using Forms in Outlook 2010

Whether it is to stay in touch with friends and family or to message colleagues from the office, people depend on e-mail communication more than ever before. When away from the office, Outlook 2010 offers two options for people to access their Exchange e-mail accounts – Outlook Web App and Outlook Anywhere. This course discusses how to access and sign on to Outlook Web App using a web browser and how to configure Outlook 2010 with Outlook Anywhere so that users can send and receive messages. This course also covers the role that forms play in Outlook 2010 and how forms can be customized to meet your needs.
  • use OWA
  • configure Outlook for using the Outlook Anywhere feature
  • recognize how Outlook forms are used
  • create a customized form
  • publish forms
  • connect remotely to Outlook 2010
  • create and publish a custom form
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Microsoft Office 2010: Advanced Outlook e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252392
  • Duration:
    7 hours
  • Price:
    $239