This course provides an overview of the advanced capabilities of Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003, including the following: managing e-mail messages, working with calendars, contacts, and public folders, customizing and configuring Outlook, using Outlook with other programs, working from multiple locations, and accessing Outlook on the web.
This course has been certified as Microsoft Office Specialist Approved Courseware, and covers all exam skill standards.
This course is 4 hours long.
System Requirements: Pentium II 400 MHz; 256MB RAM; Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher; 256k connection (broadband recommended); Windows XP, 2000 or higher; Flash Player 7.0 or higher; Speakers and soundcard.
Subscription: 1 year
Table of Contents
Modules & Lessons
Advanced Training for Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2003
Managing E-Mail Messages
Finding and Categorizing Messages
Managing Messages in the Inbox and Search Folders
Managing Messages through Rules
Sharing Access to Your Outlook Folders
Working with Calendars, Contacts, and Public Folders
Sharing Your Calendar
Connecting Contacts with Calendar Items
Creating and Printing Calendar Views
Using Public Folders
Customizing and Configuring Outlook
Creating a Personal Folders File
Creating and Using Distribution Lists
Setting Up Secure E-Mail
Specifying Advanced E-Mail Options
Customizing Windows SharePoint Services Alerts
Using Outlook with Other Programs
Importing Information into Outlook
Exporting Outlook Data to Other Programs
Creating and Using Forms
Distributing Forms for Others to Use
Sending Form Letters to Contacts
Integrating Tasks from Microsoft OneNote
Working from Multiple Locations
Connecting to Outlook
Configuring Outlook for a Dial-Up Connection
Working Offline with Cached Exchange Mode
Using Offline Folders
Accessing Outlook on the Web
Viewing and Sending Messages in Outlook Web Access
Organizing Messages in Outlook Web Access
Working with the Calendar in Outlook Web Access
Working with Contacts in Outlook Web Access
Using Other Outlook Folders in Outlook Web Access
Reference and Glossary
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