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Microsoft Outlook Like a Boss is a comprehensive video lecture course that takes student from complete newbie to guru with Microsoft's email, calendar, contacts, and tasks management software - one of the anchors in the Microsoft Office productivity suite.
In other words, students will be able to use Outlook... like a Boss.
Whether you're using Outlook for the very first time, or a seasoned email ninja, but looking for some power user tips and tricks, author and Microsoft Certified Instructor Brian Culp will give you a guided tour of the application's newest, most commonly used, and most powerful features.
Students of this course will learn to:
And for those looking for possible career advancement, the course correlates strongly with the MOC exam 77-423.
Additionally, students will learn Outlook by doing. By simply following along with the hands-on exercises, viewers will set up email, then create calendar items, contacts, and tasks - all without the need to download course or demo files.
You'll use the application just like you would at work or at school. So don't get frustrated fumbling around when it's so easy to learn the right way to use Outlook.
The course includes roughly 8 hours of video instruction, delivered in more than 100 individual, bite-sized lessons, making it perfect for learning the application from the ground up, or for going back to review/refresh on a specific skill.
What's more, the results are guaranteed!
You'll quickly gain a mastery of Outlook's capabilities, or your money back. So if you need to learn Outlook and need to learn it fast, please enroll or watch a couple of sample lessons. Thanks for checking out the course.
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30 day money back guarantee.
Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Introducing Outlook 2013|
Course Intro and Tour
Every lesson/lecture will help you become more efficient with Outlook.
Using the RibbonPreview
The title says it all... you're covered, no matter if you're using Oultlook 13, 16, or have the subscription to Office 365.
What's the difference between Outlook 13 and 16?
|Section 2: Setup Outlook|
Use an Internet email account like Gmail
Use an Exchange business email account
Use multiple email accounts
Use the Integrated Archive
Configure the Quick Access toolbar
|Section 3: Understand Outlook Data|
Offline data files
Normal and Safe startup
Outlook's Backstage feature
|Section 4: Manage your email|
Address an email
Save and send
Attach files to email
View a conversation
Mark a message as read
The People PanePreview
Use voting buttons
Resend and Recall messages
Insert business graphics
Capture screen imagesPreview
Insert a Quick PartPreview
|Section 5: Advanced email management|
Delivery and Read receipts
Change the mail viewing options
Use email rules
Use Quick StepsPreview
Manage Quick Steps
Auto reply without Exchange
Configure the New Mail notification
Save a Draft
Change delivery options
Manage folder size
Find and Delete large email items
Empty Deleted items automatically
Dealing with Junk email
Configure Safe and Blocked senders
Managing junk mail
Block external content
Use email without an Internet connection
Create a Search folderPreview
Manage Search folders
Share email folders with colleagues
Use Cached Exchange options
Use Auto Reply
|Section 6: Use Outlook to manage your Contacts|
Create a new contact
Use email to create contacts
Edit a contact record
Email and print contacts
Group and Search contacts
Use favorite contacts
Customize a Business Card
Send a Business Card
Use contact views
Import and Export contact records
User-defined fields in contact records
How to sync contacts with a social network. Unfortunately, this feature is no longer supported by Outlook 16 (which would include Office 365). If you're running Outlook 16, skip ahead.
|Section 7: Use Outlook to manage your Calendar|
Set an appointment
Add national holidays
Edit appointment details
Schedule an Event
Schedule a Meeting
Update a Meeting
The Date Navigator
Define available time
Configure time zones
Use multiple calendars
Connect to an Internet calendar
Print the calendar
Share the calendar
Mark a calendar item Private
|Section 8: Use Outlook to manage Tasks|
Set up a Task
Set a Reminder and Due Date
Create Tasks from other itemsPreview
You want to learn quickly. I can help.
Over the course of 10 years, I've authored over 30 technical titles for publishers like O’Reilly, McGraw-Hill and Addison-Wesley. I’ve spent countless hours teaching technical subjects to individuals and Fortune 500 companies - clients like Microsoft, Sprint, Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Budweiser.
I’ve taught students ranging from beginners with Outlook, to veteran admins seeking MCSE Certification. Through it all, I've learned a lot, including this: learning doesn’t have to be painful or boring.
In all of my Like a Boss courses - Visio, Project, OneNote and others - you'll quickly learn the skills you need. I place special emphasis on the real-world and the best-practice.
Additionally, I'll help you overcome any hurdles specific to your needs. Answering your community discussions questions and helping you accomplish your goals are my top priorities.
So do what you’ve promised yourself you would. Either learn a new app, or learn how to unlock the potential of an app you already use.
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