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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 2010 $74.95
Managing Conversations and Organizing E-mail in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Managing Attachments, Graphics, Signatures, and Autoreplies in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Using the Calendar for Appointments, Events, and Meetings in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Managing Meetings and Customizing the Calendar in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Outlook 2010 Social Connector and Messaging $74.95
Working with Contacts in Outlook 2010 $74.95
Using the Tasks, Notes, and Journal Features in Outlook 2010 $74.95

Bundle Price: $289.00
Total Savings: $310.60


Getting Started with Outlook 2010

Outlook 2010 is the latest release of Microsoft’s primary messaging client. Outlook provides all of the tools necessary to manage e-mail, scheduling , tasks, and communication. The Outlook 2010 interface has been updated and now uses the ribbon instead of menus, which makes it easier to locate the commands you need. This course addresses the basic features and functionality of Outlook 2010, including an introduction to the redesigned interface, how to create e-mail messages, and view and reply to incoming e-mails.
  • distinguish the main elements of Mail view and their functions
  • recognize how the features in Mail view are used
  • create a new e-mail message
  • view incoming e-mail messages
  • respond to e-mail messages
  • create a new e-mail message
  • view an incoming e-mail message
  • respond to an e-mail message

Managing Conversations and Organizing E-mail in Outlook 2010

Microsoft Outlook 2010 provides you with the tools you need to efficiently manage and organize your e-mail messages. Included in Outlook 2010 is a new Conversation view that automatically groups all of your messages by subject, greatly reducing the number of items in your Inbox. This feature along with options that allow you to categorize and flag messages are discussed in the course. Also, covered are the ways you can organize messages in the Inbox.
  • manage e-mail conversations using the Conversation feature
  • organize e-mails in the Inbox
  • use color categories for e-mail messages
  • use flags with e-mail messages
  • create Quick Steps for e-mail messages
  • organize e-mail messages in Outlook 2010

Managing Attachments, Graphics, Signatures, and Autoreplies in Outlook 2010

Using Outlook 2010 you can now create e-mail messages that include compelling visuals and graphics that capture the reader’s attention. You can also attach and format screenshots from your computer to better convey ideas in your message. This course discusses working with attachments in Outlook 2010 as well as including graphics, tables, symbols, and links in your messages. How to add signatures to e-mail and auto replying to messages that you receive are also covered.
  • manage e-mail attachments that you have received
  • send attachments in e-mails
  • add graphics to e-mail messages
  • add a table to e-mail messages
  • add hyperlinks to e-mail messages
  • add symbols, horizontal lines, and equations to e-mail messages
  • use a signature and print e-mail messages
  • set up automatic replies to e-mails that you receive
  • add items to an e-mail message and print the message
  • create an autoreply for messages that you receive

Using the Calendar for Appointments, Events, and Meetings in Outlook 2010

The Outlook 2010 Calendar allows you to create appointments and events, as well as schedule meetings. The Calendar is fully integrated with the other components of Microsoft Outlook 2010 allowing you to easily incorporate your contacts and e-mail functionality with the Calendar. This course introduces the major components of the Calendar as well as providing a tour of the interface. Also discussed are how to create appointments and events, and how to schedule meetings with other Outlook users.
  • change the time period displayed in the Calendar
  • change the appearance of the Calendar
  • create appointments
  • create an event
  • schedule a meeting
  • change the Calendar time period, color, and font
  • schedule activities

Managing Meetings and Customizing the Calendar in Outlook 2010

The main functions of the Calendar in Outlook 2010 have remain largely unchanged from previous versions of Outlook. However, many tasks have been streamlined. It is now easier to create and view additional calendars in Outlook 2010 and viewing group calendars has been integrated into the Calendar view. This course demonstrates the available options when replying to meeting requests and managing meeting requests. It covers how to create and view additional calendars, view another person's calendar, and create a calendar group. Also covered are ways to customize the Outlook 2010 calendar.
  • respond to meeting requests
  • manage meeting responses
  • create additional calendars
  • view the calendars of other Outlook users
  • customize Calendar settings
  • customize the To-Do Bar
  • respond to a meeting request
  • manage meeting responses
  • create an additional and a group calendar
  • set up free/busy information

Outlook 2010 Social Connector and Messaging

With Outlook 2010 it is now easier than ever to keep track of your friends and colleagues as well as communicate with them using a variety of methods. With the rise in popularity of social networking sites, Outlook 2010 now includes the ability to track updates of your friends from within Outlook. This course discusses the Outlook Social Connector and how to configure Outlook to connect to social networking sites. How to configure and use both instant and text messaging from within Outlook is also discussed.
  • recognize the features of the Outlook Social Connector
  • work with the Outlook Social Connector
  • add a public IM contact to your Communicator Contact List
  • use Communicator
  • use text messaging in Outlook
  • use the Outlook Social Connector
  • use instant messaging in Outlook
  • use text messaging in Outlook

Working with Contacts in Outlook 2010

By taking the time to create contacts in Outlook 2010, you can save yourself from having to type out full e-mail addresses every time you send a message, assign a task or send out meeting requests. You can further arrange contacts by creating contact groups that allow you to e-mail multiple contacts at once by only typing the group name. This course covers the multiple ways that contacts can be created, as well as how to modify existing contacts, and import and export contacts between Microsoft Outlook 2010 and Google Gmail.
  • create contacts
  • create contact groups
  • modify your contacts
  • import your contacts from Google Gmail to Outlook
  • export your contacts from Outlook to Google Gmail
  • create contacts
  • modify your contacts
  • export your contacts from Outlook to Google Gmail

Using the Tasks, Notes, and Journal Features in Outlook 2010

To assist you with the various tasks and information that you need to process on a daily basis, Microsoft Outlook 2010 provides the Tasks, Notes, and Journal features to help keep you organized. You can create tasks for yourself or assign tasks to other users. You can create notes for yourself as small reminders, and manage your activities and information using the Journal. This course discusses how the Tasks, Notes, and Journal features can help you to manage your time and stay organized, and it demonstrates how to use them.
  • create tasks
  • assign a task to someone
  • respond to a task assignment
  • create notes
  • use the Journal
  • create and manage tasks
  • create a note
  • create a journal entry
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Microsoft Office 2010: Beginning Outlook e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271420
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $289