This flexible study Outlook course takes you through everything you need to use this popular email system as a work tool, from navigation and views through contacts and appointments, to tasks and folders.
Many businesses and industries utilise this this popular Microsoft Office programme so it is ideal for anyone who needs to have a good, indepth working knowledge of this software to help maximise efficiency and productivity.
Awarded 13 CPD points upon successful completion
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Condensing a Microsoft Outlook course into around twelve hours is the optimum balance of time taken and information given and that’s just how we deliver our Microsoft Outlook training.
Of all the Microsoft Outlook courses, we’re convinced that this one is the best. In six lessons, we’ll take you through everything you need to go to use Outlook as a work tool, from navigation and views through contacts and appointments to tasks and folders. This is MS Outlook training on a self-study basis, so learning is flexible to suit you and the Pitman Training name will always be on your CV as a sign of the quality of your learning.
Once this course is complete, you can advance your knowledge of Office still further with our training for Excel and PowerPoint. If you’re wanting to maximise your earning and career potential, then consider also our specialist diplomas – they’re highly respected by employers.
Lesson One: Starting the Outlook program, the Outlook opening screen, using the navigation pane, collapsing and expanding items, viewing messages in the inbox, previewing message attachments, changing how messages are viewed, deleting a message, the RSS feeds folder, viewing calendar, contacts and tasks, the To Do Bar, using the folder list, exiting the Outlook program.
Lesson Two: Creating e-mail messages, formatting an e-mail message, using plain text format, applying a page colour, using themes, attaching a file to an e-mail message, attaching an email message to another message, creating and adding signatures, applying send options to messages, inserting a picture in a message and then compressing, saving an attachment, using search, setting flag options, printing an email.
Lesson Three: Creating a new contact, adding a picture to a contact, editing a contact, edit a business card, deleting a contact, sharing contact details using a business card, changing the view of contacts, printing contact information, creating a contact group
Lesson Four: Creating, amending and deleting appointments, using Quick Styles, inviting attendees to a meeting, marking an appointment as private, arranging a meeting, creating recurring appointments and multi day events, scheduling a meeting, cancelling a meeting, using search in the calendar
Lesson Five: Using the To Do Bar to create a task, using the Tasks window to create tasks, marking a task as completed, assigning tasks to others, deleting a task, setting a task as recurring, printing active tasks
Lesson Six: creating folders to manage your email messages, moving messages into folders, using the rules wizard to manage your email messages, restoring deleted items, permanently deleting items, how Outlook data files work, importing a contacts file into Outlook data, exporting an Outlook data file, locating Outlook options
Through a series of six lessons this course will teach you that Microsoft Outlook is more than just an email programme. You’ll learn all about emails, contacts, calendar management and how to create tasks. As with all our training, you can work through each lesson at your own pace.
You’ll finish the course with a good working knowledge of the programme and the confidence to show employers that you have been trained to the highest level.
There are no formal pre-requisites required but it would be preferable if you had some familiarity with Microsoft Word before taking this course
Outlook is a common business email package so its definitely advantageous to know the ins and outs of this programme. If you’re keen to work in an organisational role such as PA/EA for example this will help progress your career as you will be able to effectively help manage the time for the Manager or Director that you support.