This one-day course builds on the skills and concepts
taught in Outlook 2010: Intermediate. Students will
learn advanced techniques for managing stored e-mail
messages. Students will create and work with notes and
Journal entries, schedule and manage meetings, share
Outlook content, and customize templates and forms. For
comprehensive certification training, students should
complete Outlook 2010: Basic, Intermediate, and
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Create and work with data files,
check the mailbox size, manage and archive old messages,
and specify where a copy of a sent message is kept.
Create, forward, and customize notes; create automatic and manual Journal entries; and open and modify Journal entries.
Use the Calendar to schedule meetings and book meeting resources; create group schedules and send a meeting request to a Calendar group; share contact information; and import Excel data into Contacts.
Share your folders and permit access to your Inbox; share your Calendar and publish and subscribe to Internet Calendars; send a meeting request and create a Meeting Workspace for the meeting; and work with RSS feeds.
Change the default appearance of messages by using templates, and create and use forms.
Managing data files
Managing your mailbox
Notes and Journal folders
The Notes folder
The Journal folder
Calendar and Contacts
The Contacts folder
Sharing your folders
Templates and forms
Working with templates
Working with forms
Business Contact Manager
Using Business Contact Manager
Before taking this course, you
should be familiar with personal computers and the use
of a keyboard and a mouse. Furthermore, this course
assumes that you've completed the following courses or
have equivalent experience: Outlook 2010: Basic and
Outlook 2010: Intermediate
Thetarget student for this course
should know the basics of using Microsoft Outlook 2010.
You will get the most out of this course if your goal is
to learn advanced techniques for managing the mailbox,
create and work with notes and Journal entries, schedule
and manage meetings, share Outlook content, and
customize templates and forms.
For comprehensive training, you should complete all of the following courses: Outlook 2010: Basic, Outlook 2010: Intermediate, and Outlook 2010: Advanced.