If you've been using Outlook as a communications
tool for some time, you know how to send a mail message,
schedule an appointment, and create contacts, tasks
and notes. In this course, you will utilize some more
advanced Outlook tools to make your job easier. You
will modify the Outlook environment to suit your preferences,
and personalize your mail messages. You will also assign
tasks to others and track their progress, learn about
ways to keep your messages and calendar organized, and
share Outlook information with others.
To ensure your success, we recommend you first take
the following course or have equivalent knowledge: Outlook: Level 1
Upon successful completion of this course, students
will be able to:
Create and use message stationery, modify message
and delivery settings, and program Outlook to send
messages on your behalf while you are out of the office.
Share contact information with other users, export
contact lists, link items to a contact, forward a
note to a contact, and create and use distribution
Delegate a task, reply to a task request, specify
settings for tracking assigned tasks, track assigned
tasks, and share task information with other users.
organize, and search for specific messages in your
mailbox, and use color-coding to help items in your
mailbox and calendar stand out.
Modify the Outlook environment, including menus, toolbars,
views, and default settings.
information contained in your Outlook folders with
others, access another person's Outlook folders, save
your calendar as a web page, and create and post to
a public folder.
messages in alternate file formats, open another Office
document within Outlook, archive messages, and clean
up your mailbox.