Outlook 2007 Training

Outlook 2007 Training


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Course Outline

The Fundamentals

Microsoft Outlook is an essential tool that is used to keep track of emails, calendars, and contacts — and in that sense keeps you productive and speeds up your work. We have narrowed down the most efficient techniques that will help you master basic tasks in Outlook 2007. In this course, you will learn basic functions such as using the navigation pane, the quick access toolbar, understanding the message window, using the To-Do Bar, and getting help.
  1. Starting Outlook 2007
  2. What’s New in Outlook 2007?
  3. Understanding the Outlook 2007 Program Screen
  4. Understanding Items
  5. Understanding the Message Window
  6. Understanding the Ribbon
  7. Using the Office Button and Quick Access Toolbar
  8. Using the Navigation Pane
  9. Using the To-Do Bar
  10. Using Menus and Toolbars
  11. Using Keyboard Commands
  12. Using Help
  13. Using the Reading Pane
  14. Exiting Outlook 2007

Composing and Sending E-mail

The email features in Outlook 2007 make it easy for you to send and receive emails. In this course you will learn about composing and sending an email message, formatting text, fixing typos, hyperlinks, and file attachments.
  1. Composing and Sending an E-mail Message
  2. Specifying Message Options
  3. Formatting Text
  4. Checking your Spelling
  5. Working with Hyperlinks
  6. Attaching a File to a Message

Receiving E-mail

Managing your inbox and your emails can seem like a big chore, but we have got you covered. In this course you will learn how to receive, read, reply to, and flag emails. You will also learn about color categories, sorting messages, and changing views.
  1. Receiving and Reading E-mail
  2. Replying to and Forwarding a Message
  3. Opening an Attachment
  4. Flagging a Message for Follow-up
  5. Using Color Categories
  6. Sorting Messages
  7. Changing Views
  8. Printing a Message
  9. Deleting a Message

Advanced E-mail Features

For those of you who want advanced mail options, outlook 2007 has user-friendly components that make it easy for anyone to configure. In this course you will learn about themes and stationary, using out of office assistant, recalling messages, dealing with junk email, and other email settings.
  1. Saving Unfinished Messages (Drafts)
  2. Recalling a Message
  3. Using the Out of Office Assistant
  4. Using Stationery and Themes
  5. Inserting a Signature
  6. Changing Message Format
  7. Delaying Sending a Message
  8. Dealing with Junk E-mail
  9. Adding Addresses to the Blocked and Safe Senders List
  10. Changing Outlook’s Security Settings

Working with Contacts

Staying in touch with people is an important part of everyday life and you can keep contacts organized with Outlook 2007. In this course you will learn all about adding, deleting, editing, viewing, and sorting contacts. You will also learn how to create contact groups and print contact lists.
  1. Introduction to the Address Book
  2. Adding a Contact
  3. Adding a Contact from an E-mail
  4. Editing and Deleting Contacts
  5. Viewing and Sorting Contacts
  6. Mapping a Contact’s Address
  7. Working in a Contact Window
  8. Finding and Organizing Contacts
  9. Creating a Contact Group
  10. Printing the Contacts List

Using the Calendar

Using the calendar in Outlook 2007 makes it easy to manage meetings, appointments, and events. In this course you will learn how to view and navigate calendars, setup recurring appointments, and schedule meetings.
  1. Viewing the Calendar
  2. Navigating the Calendar
  3. Scheduling Appointments
  4. Scheduling an Event
  5. Editing and Rescheduling Appointments and Events
  6. Working with Recurring Appointments
  7. Color-coding Appointments
  8. Setting Availability
  9. Setting Reminders
  10. Viewing Calendar Items

Working with Tasks

In outlook 2007 you can create tasks, which allow you to track items until they are complete. In a nutshell, the Tasks Folder stores all of your to-do-lists. In this course you will learn how to create and complete tasks, assign tasks, setup recurring tasks, and sort tasks.
  1. Adding a Task
  2. Changing Task Views
  3. Updating a Task
  4. Sorting Tasks
  5. Creating a Recurring Task
  6. Attaching an Item to a Task
  7. Assigning a Task
  8. Printing a Task

Using the Journal and Notes

Save time and keep track of projects by utilizing the Journal feature in Outlook 2007. In this course you will learn about displaying the Journal, creating journal entries, changing journal views, and working with notes.
  1. Displaying the Journal
  2. Creating a Journal Entry Manually
  3. Creating a Journal Entry Automatically
  4. Relating a Journal Entry to a Contact
  5. Opening, Modifying, and Deleting a Journal Entry
  6. Changing Journal Views
  7. Working with Notes

Organizing and Finding Information

As you can see, Outlook 2007 offers an array of endless opportunities to stay organized and productive. In this course we will go over managing folders, color-coding emails, creating rules with rule wizard, creating and using search folders, using advanced find, and exploring the folder list.
  1. Using Instant Search
  2. Refining a Search
  3. Exploring the Folder List
  4. Creating and Using Folders
  5. Managing Folders
  6. Creating and Using Search Folders
  7. Modifying and Deleting Search Folders
  8. Creating a Rule
  9. Creating a Rule with the Rules Wizard
  10. Managing Rules
  11. Using Advanced Find
  12. Sorting and Grouping Information
  13. Filtering Information
  14. Color-coding E-mail Messages

Collaborating with Other Users

At some point you will have to schedule meetings for your boss, or with a co-worker, which is why, Outlook 2007 offers collaboration features that make this possible. In this course you will learn about working with meeting requests, group schedules, sharing your calendar, giving delegate permissions, taking and tracking a vote, and publishing your calendar on the internet.
  1. Working with Meeting Requests
  2. Working with Group Schedules
  3. Setting and Publishing Free/Busy Appointment Time
  4. Opening Shared Calendars
  5. Sharing Your Calendar
  6. Sharing Outlook Folders
  7. Giving Delegate Permissions
  8. Working with Public Folders
  9. Taking and Tracking a Vote
  10. Publishing Your Calendar on the Internet

Customizing Outlook

Everyone has different preferences on how they want their mail and folders to display and with Outlook 2007 you have the ability to make this possible. In this course you will learn about customizing outlooks toolbars and menus, starting outlook automatically, creating and working with custom views, adding fields to view, changing email options, and using custom groups.
  1. Customizing Outlook’s Toolbars and Menus
  2. Starting Outlook Automatically
  3. Creating and Working with Custom Views
  4. Adding Fields to a View
  5. Changing E-mail Options
  6. Using Custom Groups

Managing Outlook Data

Without properly managing Outlook you can run into a lot of issues, thankfully Outlook 2007 comes equipped with tools that make it easy to manage all of your data. In this course you will learn how to manually archive and retrieve information, import and export information, and work with offline folders.
  1. Manually Archiving and Retrieving Information
  2. Using AutoArchive and Backing Up
  3. Use the Personal Folders Backup Tool
  4. Importing Information
  5. Exporting Information
  6. Working with Outlook Data Files
  7. Working with Offline Folders

Advanced Topics

So now that you’re an expert on all things Outlook 2007 it’s time to wrap things up and give you a few more tools to make sure you are equipped to handle any situation. In this course you will learn about which tools to use together, how to add and view RSS Feeds, use Outlook Web Access, and Instant Messaging.
  1. Using the Tools Together
  2. Adding RSS Feeds
  3. Viewing RSS Feeds
  4. Using Outlook Web Access
  5. Using Instant Messaging in Outlook