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

Course Price
Customizing Outlook 2007 and Using the Journal $74.95
Configuring Rules, Alerts, and Junk E-mail Settings in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Working with SharePoint, Calendars, and Forms in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Data Security, Archiving, and Working Offline in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Instant, Text, and Unified Messaging in Outlook 2007 $74.95
Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2007 $74.95

Bundle Price: $219.00
Total Savings: $230.70


Customizing Outlook 2007 and Using the Journal

Microsoft Outlook 2007 is highly customizable. You can tailor the interface by selecting views – or modifying them – to suit your needs. Using a timeline you can track items, such as e-mail or phone conversations, within Outlook itself and also externally. In addition, Outlook allows you to configure and customize multiple e-mail accounts so that you can view e-mail messages from many different accounts within a single Outlook interface. This course demonstrates how to customize Outlook to meet a variety of such requirements, how to track items in Outlook, and how to configure additional e-mail accounts.
  • create a new view in Outlook 2007
  • customize an Outlook 2007 view
  • create a custom toolbar
  • recognize how to customize menus and toolbars
  • customize the Quick Access toolbar
  • customize a default view in a given scenario
  • customize a toolbar in a given scenario
  • customize the Quick Access toolbar in a given scenario
  • add a new e-mail account to Outlook 2007
  • change e-mail account settings in Outlook 2007
  • remove an e-mail account in a given scenario
  • add a new e-mail account in a given scenario
  • modify e-mail account settings, for a given scenario
  • remove an e-mail account from Outlook in a given scenario
  • record a Journal entry in a given scenario
  • recognize how to open and configure the Journal
  • use the timeline to change the start and end date of a Journal entry in a given scenario
  • configure automatic tracking for a Journal item in a given scenario
  • create a new Journal entry in a given scenario

Configuring Rules, Alerts, and Junk E-mail Settings in Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 provides you with the tools you need to efficiently manage your e-mail messages. By using predefined or custom rules and alerts, you can organize your messages by moving, deleting, and forwarding them appropriately, and you can even choose to send an automatic reply to incoming e-mail. Outlook 2007 also provides a Junk E-mail Filter to ensure that any spam or unwanted e-mail messages are dealt with by permanently deleting them or moving them to another folder away from your regular e-mail messages. This course demonstrates how to configure rules and alerts to help organize e-mail messages, and how to adjust the Junk E-mail Filter settings to suit your needs.
  • create a rule from a template in a given scenario
  • create a rule from a message in a given scenario
  • run a rule manually in a given scenario
  • modify a rule in a given scenario
  • create a rule for the Out of Office Assistant in a given scenario
  • add a rule to a public folder in a given scenario
  • switch on desktop alerts in a given scenario
  • extend the onscreen duration of a desktop alert in a given scenario
  • set up an alert for a SharePoint library in a given scenario
  • create a new rule from a template in a given scenario
  • change a rule in a given scenario
  • create a rule for the Out of Office Assistant in a given scenario
  • switch on alerts and configure the desktop alert notification in a given scenario
  • recognize how the Junk E-mail Filter works
  • recognize the functions of the filter lists
  • set the level of junk e-mail protection to low in a given scenario
  • add e-mail addresses to the Safe Senders and Blocked Senders lists in a given scenario
  • mark an e-mail as not junk in a given scenario
  • empty the Junk E-mail folder in a given scenario
  • change the Junk E-mail level of protection to low in a given scenario
  • add addresses to the Safe Senders and Blocked Senders lists in a given scenario
  • mark an email as not junk in a given scenario
  • empty the Junk E-mail folder in a given scenario

Working with SharePoint, Calendars, and Forms in Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 enables you to collaborate with others by using a SharePoint site to share information such as contacts and calendars. From within Outlook 2007 you can open, edit, and update SharePoint files, as well as update and add items to calendars on the SharePoint site. With Outlook 2007 you can easily share your calendar either through Outlook itself or online using an Internet Calendar. It also allows you to customize default forms to ensure they meet your needs. This course demonstrates how to use Outlook 2007 to connect to a SharePoint site and open, edit, and update SharePoint files, as well as create calendar items for the SharePoint site. It also explores how to share your Outlook 2007 calendar and customize, test, and publish customized forms in Outlook 2007.
  • connect to a SharePoint library from Outlook in a given scenario
  • open a SharePoint file from Outlook in a given scenario
  • disconnect Outlook from SharePoint in a given scenario
  • create an Outlook task for a SharePoint site in a given scenario
  • add an event to a SharePoint calendar from Outlook in a given scenario
  • add a SharePoint contact to Outlook in a given scenario
  • connect to a SharePoint task list from Outlook in a given scenario
  • add and update a SharePoint task from Outlook in a given scenario
  • add an item to a SharePoint calendar from Outlook in a given scenario
  • create a group schedule in a given scenario
  • display the group schedule for times outside working hours in a given scenario
  • send a meeting request message from a group schedule in a given scenario
  • add an Internet Calendar subscription to Outlook in a given scenario
  • publish a calendar to Microsoft Office Online in a given scenario
  • open another person's calendar in a given scenario
  • add a delegate in a given scenario
  • send a meeting request using a new group schedule in a given scenario
  • subscribe to an Internet calendar in a given scenario
  • open another person's calendar in a given scenario
  • choose a form in a given scenario
  • create a form in a given scenario
  • modify a form action in a given scenario
  • test and publish a form to a library in a given scenario
  • create a custom form in a given scenario
  • test a form in a given scenario
  • publish a form in a given scenario
  • customize an Outlook form in a given scenario

Data Security, Archiving, and Working Offline in Outlook 2007

You can use the enhanced security features included in Microsoft Outlook 2007 to protect your e-mail and computer from malicious attacks that can arrive in the form of incoming e-mail messages. The program also provides you with tools used to archive and manage the size of your mailbox to ensure that you can locally store your e-mail messages for future reference. With Outlook 2007 you can choose to work offline and access your e-mail messages without connecting to a server, and then synchronize Outlook with the server at a more convenient time. You can also connect to the Exchange Server using Outlook Web Access (OWA) at times when you do not have access to the Outlook application. OWA provides you with many of the same features that Outlook 2007 offers, but through a browser interface. This course demonstrates how to configure the security settings, offline access, and synchronization settings for Outlook 2007. The course also shows you how to access Outlook from the Internet, and how to archive data and manage your data file sizes.
  • disable add-ins in a given scenario
  • disable all macros except digitally signed ones in a given scenario
  • add someone to the Trusted Publisher's list in a given scenario
  • get a digital ID in a given scenario
  • digitally sign an e-mail, given a scenario
  • back up a digital ID in a given scenario
  • use an encrypted e-mail message
  • disable all macros except digitally signed ones
  • back up a new digital ID
  • digitally sign an e-mail
  • specify the frequency of AutoArchive in a given scenario
  • Manually archive Outlook 2007 items in a given scenario
  • set AutoArchive options for a specific folder in a given scenario
  • clean up your mailbox in a given scenario
  • create a Personal Folders file in a given scenario
  • change the data file where content is saved in a given scenario
  • open a Personal Folders file in a given scenario
  • specify the frequency of AutoArchive for all Outlook folders
  • configure AutoArchive settings for a specific folder
  • Create a Personal Folder file with a password
  • set up remote connections to Outlook in a given scenario
  • access your e-mail via Outlook Web Access in a given scenario
  • configure a Cached Exchange mode setting in a given scenario
  • set up a prompt to work offline in a given scenario
  • create a Send/Receive group in a given scenario
  • download the offline address book in a given scenario
  • filter the items that are downloaded to your offline folders in a given scenario
  • process Remote Mail headers in a given scenario
  • set up connecting to Outlook via the phone line
  • turn on Cached Exchange mode
  • create a new Send/Receive group and download the offline address book
  • process Remote Mail headers

Instant, Text, and Unified Messaging in Outlook 2007

You can secure your e-mail in Microsoft Outlook 2007 using Information Rights Management (IRM), a feature that allows you to set access permissions for specific messages. Setting these restrictions secures your sensitive information against forwarding, printing, and copying. In addition, when used with an Exchange Server, Outlook 2007 provides you with a comprehensive messaging approach, including instant and text messaging to mobile devices. It also allows you to receive and listen to voice mail messages in your inbox, and send and receive faxes directly to and from your inbox. This course explains how to configure and implement IRM. It also discusses how to send and receive instant and text messages and faxes from your inbox, and how to configure Outlook for voice mail.
  • turn on instant message online status in Outlook in a given scenario
  • create and send a text message in a given scenario
  • forward an Outlook item as a text message in a given scenario
  • configure Unified Messaging in a given scenario
  • play a voice message on a telephone in a given scenario
  • create and send a text message
  • set the voice mail PIN
  • turn on missed call notification

Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2007

Microsoft Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager helps to save time and improve sales and marketing to ensure excellent customer service by providing customer and contact management in one central location. It allows you to easily manage all your contacts, customer information, and opportunities in one location making it easier to find and manage. It also allows you to create marketing campaigns and send them to prospective customers, as well as track any communications with your customers and contacts to ensure you stay organized. This course demonstrates how to setup Business Contact Manager with Accounts, Contacts, Opportunities, and Projects. It also demonstrates how to track and link items to records, as well as share and protect your data in the Business Contact Manager database.
  • distinguish the types of records used in BCM
  • recognize the functions of BCM interface elements
  • create an Account in BCM in a given scenario
  • create a new business contact for an account in a given scenario
  • create an opportunity in a given scenario
  • create a new account
  • add a business contact
  • create a new opportunity
  • add a product or service item
  • create a Marketing Campaign in a given scenario
  • track the results of a Marketing Campaign in a given scenario
  • create a business project in a given scenario
  • create a marketing campaign
  • create a business project
  • link an account to an opportunity in a given scenario
  • link a file to an account in a given scenario
  • link a phone log to a record in a given scenario
  • view a communication history in a record in a given scenario
  • link an item to more than one record in a given scenario
  • move a link to another record in a given scenario
  • auto-link an e-mail message to a record in a given scenario
  • link an item to a BCM record
  • link a communication history item to more than one record
  • move a link to another record
  • auto-link an e-mail message to a record
  • create a report in a given scenario
  • export a report in a given scenario
  • launch a Marketing Campaign from a report
  • select a new database for your profile in a given scenario
  • delete and restore a database in a given scenario
  • export data from a database in a given scenario
  • export a newly-created report
  • change the database that is associated with a profile
  • delete and restore a database
  • export data from a database
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Microsoft Office 2007: Advanced Outlook e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    252416
  • Duration:
    13 hours
  • Price:
    $219