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Microsoft Office 2010: Getting Started with Lync $74.95
Microsoft Office 2010: Lync Meetings, Calls, Sharing and Collaboration $74.95

Bundle Price: $99.00
Total Savings: $50.90

Microsoft Office 2010: Getting Started with Lync

Lync 2010 offers a full unified communications platform ideal for use in a business environment. Using Lync 2010 features such as instant messaging, audio and video-enabled meetings, Group Chat, Skill Search, activity feeds, enterprise voice, and Lync Attendant allows seamless and efficient communication among local and remote users. This course introduces Lync 2010 and the host of available features. It describes how to sign in to and out of Lync 2010 and customize your personal preferences. In addition, this course explains the concept of presence, and the various presence options that are available. Adding and organizing contacts, and viewing contact information, as well as instant messaging single or multiple users, and other IM-related options are also covered.

Learning Objectives
  • Start Lync and set it to start automatically
  • Personalize your presence and contact details in Lync
  • Add and manage contacts in Lync
  • Customize your privacy settings in Lync
  • Use instant messaging in Lync
  • Use the basic features of Microsoft Lync 2010

Microsoft Office 2010: Lync Meetings, Calls, Sharing and Collaboration

Lync 2010 offers multiple methods of communicating with colleagues and allows you to integrate voice and video into your communications. In addition, Lync 2010 provides means of collaboration with both scheduled and unscheduled online meetings, conference calls, and video calls. This course explores the considerations involved in planning an online meeting, including the Online Meeting Options dialog box, access and presenter options, and audio and language options. In addition, it examines the various configuration options available to meeting presenters, such as managing participants, interacting with meeting content, modifying permissions, and audio and video options. The course explores the process of joining a scheduled online meeting, configuration options available to meeting participants, and starting unscheduled meetings using the Meet Now feature and the Contacts list. Configuring audio and video, starting and answering Lync calls, adding voice to in-progress conversations, starting a conference call, video calls, and recording options are also explored. The course also describes how to use sharing and collaboration features in Lync.

Learning Objectives
  • Send a Lync online meeting or conference call request
  • Join an online meeting
  • Work with online meeting features and controls
  • Use Lync unified conferencing features
  • Use Sharing and Collaboration features in Lync
  • Use meeting, sharing, and collaboration features in Lync 2010
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Microsoft Office 2010: Lync for End Users e-learning bundle
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