OFFICE 365, "THE CLOUD"... In this course we will teach you about Microsoft's Office 365 Outlook 2013 email client in a simple and challenging way.
The purpose of the class is to show you in simple and easy terms, how to start using Outlook and while at it I'll add some tips and suggestions that will take you a level up from just a beginner.
If you have a subscription to Office 365 you will experience the full teachings of the course.
Here we describe the Ribbon Tabs and different Window Panes.
See why the Ribbon Tab is useful and why to keep a close look at what Tab you are in when using Outlook.
We take a look at the Favorites and Folders Window Pane. Describe the structure of the folders in Outlook.
Adjust the width of the Folder and Favorite window pane.
Overview of the email message window and the preview pane. How to only see the Unread msgs. Why users sometimes might not see all the msgs in the folder.
Search for a particular email base on a word.
Adjust the width of the Message Preview pane. Change the Layout of the Folder Pane by using the View Tab.
Make the message preview pane appear at the bottom, left or right.
Visually know which messages are unread. Look at what each folder count is used for.
We describe the basics on how to create a new email message. Hot to send Carbon Copy (Cc:) email msg. Message goes thru the Spelling and Grammar checker features.
We take a look at how to setup Outlook to use one of the Stationary or Themes that are included with Outlook.
Creating an email signature saves you time and makes your emails look more professional
We take a look at how to create folders and sub-folders within Outlook to help you organize the emails
Rules are an automatic way of organizing your emails. It saves you time but you must be very careful on how to use it and we explain why.
We explain how to change the order on how the msgs appear on the screen.
We explain how to delete an email message.
We look at how to recover an email message from the Deleted Items Folder
In this Lecture we discuss how to print an email message.
Customize the Quick Access Toolbar for easy printing. Also take a look at customizing for other commands.
Here we discuss how to get to the Calendar and explain the initial screen within the calendar. Here you can also get a tip on how to jump back and forth between months and back to the current date.
In this Lecture we describe how to create an appointment
In this lecture we can see how easy it is to delete or change an appointment in your calendar.
This lecture covers how to create a meeting and invite others
Sometimes we have to make changes to a meeting so we take a look at how to cancel or modify the meeting.
In this lecture we take a look at how to create People Contacts
Edit your contacts information and have some fun too.
How to Create a Task
On this lecture we show how to modify or delete a task.
Set up your Out of Office message. We explain the difference between inside vs outside the organization Out of Office message. How to set up the message for a future date and time.
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I am an IT professional who started its career as a computer programmer on IBM Mainframes. My programming experience involved Cobol and some variation of the Cobol language used in the military. As time went by the Microcomputers came along and I was fascinated by them because they were affordable to people. It allowed me to to experiment by building micro computers, installing and configuring software, upgrading hardware, software and teaching users how to use the computer applications.
I've taken courses all the way from programming to hardware and then to networking. But nothing is more challenging and rewarding than working hands on. You gain experience, knowledge, develop patience, troubleshooting techniques, workflow and networking with other professionals.
After some amount of time I became a Network system administrator on different Networks until i became a Windows NT network admin. I have worked with Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, SQL and other Windows networking products. I worked on networks of over 5,000 users spread all across the US. The smallest network I worked on had about 1,800 users.
Eventually I was given the task to migrate our company's Microsoft Exchange users to Microsoft Office 365 in the Cloud. That project allowed me to work side by side with Microsoft Field Engineers and set up Office 365 for our company. We started from the ground without any experience on Office 365.
I gained a great deal of appreciation for the Office 365 cloud and the applications and technology advances that the cloud provides.
Once smartphones and tablets became widely used at the workplace I began working with several Mobile Device Management products in order to secure the data on the devices and at the same time protect our internal network from being compromised. Office 365 provided the functionality to integrate mobile devices with Office 365 and continues to provide applications for those devices therefore making Office 365 as the cloud of choice for the mobile workforce.
As part of the experience I gained by those that taught me I feel the need to teach others and make it available for the masses and Udemy is the best vehicle for that. With Udemy there are no barriers between what can be taught and to whom. We can reach everyone on any country or language and teach, what we had the blessing of learning in our life.