Outlook 2010 has some great features! But most of us just send and receive emails without bothering to fully manage our office with Outlook. In this course you will learn both topics: Office Management "while using" Outlook 2010 features.
The short videos will give you a visual overview and the matching handouts on each lesson provide step by step instructions. The course will take less than 2 hours (in one sitting) but I recommend reviewing a different topic each day, i.e. Email, then Calendar, then Contacts.
The course is structured so that you can find your most immediate need and start right there. The lessons don't necessarily build from one to the next, but rather give an overview of very useful Outlook features.
Take this course as an organizational and productivity exercise. And when you are finished, you'll notice yourself spending less time digging around for lost emails and contacts, and more time doing your real job.
Prepare to get Organized!
Don’t waste another moment combing through folders to find emails from a certain person. Instead, use the “Activities” button inside the Contact form
Andy Lanning, Owner/Trainer
Computer Software Training, LLC
Maybe you are entering the workforce; maybe you are RE-entering the workforce; or - maybe the Work Force has forced you to re-evaluate your skills...
Andy is a self-taught computer “nerd” and has been training individuals and groups since 1996. She is a Certified Microsoft Office Specialist and trains most Microsoft programs. With 20+ years experience in the computer industry, Andy focuses every class on using software to solve common workflow issues.
Be prepared to learn more than you bargained for in her class. Andy always teaches the 4 Super Secrets to computers and believes firmly in efficiency training.
“My goal is to lower frustration and raise productivity.
And maybe have some laughs along the way!”
Software specialty areas include:
· Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher
· Office Processes: mail merges, forms, databases, data analysis
· Internet and E-mail
· Computer Basics