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

Course Price
Getting Started with Outlook 2007 $74.95
Formatting and Managing E-mail in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Using the Calendar in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Using Contacts, Tasks, Notes, and Customizing the Interface in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Completing Searches, Printing Items, and Working with RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007 $74.95

Bundle Price: $199.00
Total Savings: $175.75


Getting Started with Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 is an application used to manage your communication needs. It allows people to send and receive e-mail messages, and provides additional functionality to keep tasks, notes, appointments, and daily activities in one convenient location. This course addresses the basic features and functionality of Outlook 2007, including how to create e-mail messages, view and reply to incoming e-mails, and how to find information using Outlook 2007's basic Help features.
  • launch Outlook 2007
  • recognize how incoming e-mail messages are displayed in the Inbox
  • recognize Outlook window features and their functions
  • create a new e-mail message
  • preview an incoming e-mail message
  • view an e-mail message in the Inbox using the Reading Pane
  • view an incoming e-mail message in a separate window
  • reply to an e-mail message
  • create a new e-mail message in a given a scenario
  • reply to an incoming e-mail message in a given scenario
  • get help using the Browsing categories feature, given a scenario
  • get help using the Searching feature, given a scenario
  • get help using the Table of Contents feature, given a scenario
  • use the Browsing categories feature to get help, given a scenario
  • use the Searching feature to get help, given a scenario
  • use the Table of Contents feature to get help, given a scenario

Formatting and Managing E-mail in Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 allows you to quickly organize and format e-mail messages using easy management and time-saving tasks. Outlook 2007 provides formatting features that can be applied to an e-mail message as it is being created, and also includes management tools to find and sort messages quickly. This course demonstrates how to use the various formatting features, and also explores such e-mail message options as signatures and voting buttons, and how to use and work with attachments. In addition, the course demonstrates methods of organizing e-mail using an assortment of views and color-coding techniques.
  • format an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • apply stationery and themes to an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • create a signature for an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • create an auto-reply in a given scenario
  • set up a Read and Delivery receipt in a given scenario
  • recall an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • add voting buttons to an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • respond to a poll in an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • format an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • add a signature to an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • add voting buttons to an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • recall an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • apply a format to an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • add voting buttons to an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • add an attachment to an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • preview an e-mail attachment in a given scenario
  • edit an e-mail attachment in a given scenario
  • add an attachment to an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • preview an e-mail attachment in a given scenario
  • edit an e-mail attachment in a given scenario
  • use color coding to organize e-mail messages in the Inbox, given a scenario
  • use color categories to organize e-mail messages in the Inbox, given a scenario
  • add a flag to an e-mail message in a given scenario
  • arrange e-mail messages in the Inbox using the View menu, given a scenario
  • use the Search Folders feature to view different types of e-mail messages in the Inbox, given a scenario
  • use the Inbox column headings to arrange e-mail messages, given a scenario
  • arrange read and unread e-mail messages in the Inbox, given a scenario
  • organize e-mail messages in the Inbox, given a scenario

Using the Calendar in Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 provides an easy-to-manage calendar that allows for creation and management of appointments, meetings, and events in a single interface. It also provides a To-Do bar that displays all calendar entries, including tasks and their deadlines, in a customized view that simplifies scheduling. This course demonstrates how to customize the Outlook 2007 calendar using personalized views. It also demonstrates how to create and manage appointments, meetings, and events.
  • configure how the Calendar is displayed, given a scenario
  • change the way the Calendar is displayed, given a scenario
  • schedule an appointment directly in the Calendar, given a scenario
  • schedule an appointment using the appointment form, given a scenario
  • schedule an appointment from an e-mail message attachment, given a scenario
  • create appointments in a given scenario
  • create an event in a given scenario
  • use the Meeting Requests feature to schedule a meeting, given a scenario
  • use the Plan a Meeting feature to schedule a meeting, given a scenario
  • recognize how to change an appointment to a meeting, given a scenario
  • respond to a meeting request in a given scenario
  • change a meeting request in a given scenario
  • track a meeting in a given scenario
  • cancel a meeting in a given scenario
  • create a meeting in a given scenario
  • reply to a meeting request in a given scenario
  • update a meeting request in a given scenario
  • request a meeting in a given scenario
  • edit Calendar entries in a given scenario
  • create a recurring Calendar entry in a given scenario
  • change an existing Calendar entry to a recurring entry in a given scenario
  • edit a recurring entry in a given scenario
  • customize the calendar using the Calendar Options dialog box, given a scenario
  • customize calendar entries by applying color to them, given a scenario
  • customize the To-Do bar, given a scenario
  • customize the calendar by creating additional calendars, given a scenario
  • update calendar entries, given a scenario
  • make an appointment a recurring entry, given a scenario
  • customize the calendar using color categories, given a scenario
  • customize the display in the To-Do bar, given a scenario

Using Contacts, Tasks, Notes, and Customizing the Interface in Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 allows for easy creation and management of all contacts. It provides an easy to use interface for creating contacts, along with business cards, that can also be used for sending e-mail, making meeting requests and journal entries, as well as assigning tasks. Outlook also offers multiple views to easily manage and track tasks. In addition, it allows you to create and store notes for later reference. This course explores how to create and manage contacts, tasks, and notes. It also demonstrates how to customize the Outlook interface using Outlook Today, shortcuts, Favorite Folders, and the Navigation Pane.
  • create a new contact using the New Contact feature, given a scenario
  • create a distribution list, given a scenario
  • recognize how to create a contact from an e-mail that you receive
  • recognize how to create multiple contacts from the same company
  • view your contacts, given a scenario
  • perform tasks using your contacts, given a scenario
  • send a contact as an electronic business card, given a scenario
  • create a new contact from scratch, given a scenario
  • use a contact as an electronic business card, given a scenario
  • request a meeting with a contact , given a scenario
  • create an electronic business card, given a scenario
  • create a task, given a scenario
  • recognize how to view your tasks
  • recognize how to update a task, given a scenario
  • assign a task, given a scenario
  • reclaim an assigned task that has been rejected
  • track a task that you have assigned, given a scenario
  • recognize the different ways to display tasks
  • create a note, given a scenario
  • customize a note, given a scenario
  • recognize how to change the view of the Notes folder
  • reject a task that has been assigned to you, given a scenario
  • reclaim an assigned task that has been rejected, given a scenario
  • track a task, given a scenario
  • create a new note, given a scenario
  • assign a task in a given scenario
  • customize Outlook Today for the Outlook interface, given a scenario
  • add folders to Favorite Folders, given a scenario
  • work with shortcuts, given a scenario
  • customize the Navigation Pane, given a scenario
  • customize the Outlook interface, given a scenario

Completing Searches, Printing Items, and Working with RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 is a versatile e-mail client application that offers numerous features for interacting and sharing information with others. This course demonstrates the new Outlook 2007 search feature, Instant Search, which is used to locate and manipulate e-mail messages and other Outlook items. It also explores printing options using a variety of print styles. Lastly, RSS feeds will be discussed in depth, explaining how Outlook 2007 users can conveniently view content from multiple sources, such as news outlets or blogs, from a central location.
  • create a private folder with permission for other users to access it, given a scenario
  • create a public folder with permission to share it with other users, given a scenario
  • move items between private and public folders, given a scenario
  • recognize how to perform a basic search using Instant Search
  • recognize how to perform an advanced search using Instant Search
  • create a Search Folder, given a scenario
  • create a public folder, given a scenario
  • move items between private and public folders, given a scenario
  • use Instant Search to find an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • print Outlook items, given a scenario
  • print an e-mail message with an attachment, given a scenario
  • print an address book, given a scenario
  • print a meeting request and the list of attendees, given a scenario
  • add an RSS Feed, given a scenario
  • read an RSS Feed, given a scenario
  • cancel an RSS Feed, given a scenario
  • subscribe to an RSS feed, given a scenario
  • view an RSS feed, given a scenario
  • cancel an RSS feed but keep all the content, given a scenario
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Microsoft Office 2007: Beginning Outlook e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252415
  • Duration:
    12 hours
  • Price:
    $199