Microsoft Outlook 2010 Advanced

Master Outlook in this easy to follow, step-by-step course.
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  • Lectures 22
  • Length 2 hours
  • Skill Level Expert Level
  • Languages English
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Published 6/2013 English

Course Description

In this advanced course, you will personalize and organize your e-mail as well as customize an Outlook Form, archive your e-mail files and learn advanced techniques to manage contacts and work remotely.

It is recommended to take SONIC's Outlook Beginner and Intermediate courses.

Our Microsoft courses help you to prepare for the official Microsoft Office Specialist exam.

What are the requirements?

  • Microsoft Outlook 2010 Beginner Recommended
  • Microsoft Outlook 2010 Intermediate Recommended

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Personalize their e-mail
  • Manage contacts using advanced techniques
  • Learn how to work remotely and offline
  • Customizing your e-mail environment and settings

Who is the target audience?

  • Everyone, who wants to work faster using Microsoft Outlook 2010.

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Intro Outlook Advanced
Section 1: Personalizing Your Email
Personalizing Your Email - Overview
Like any Office 2010 application, Outlook also provides you with the option to set your own designs and layouts for emails. By adding stationery you can specify background color and pattern. Other predefined designs allow you to quickly compose a visually appealing email. Give it a try!
You can send personal data, such as name, address or phone number, with your message in the form of a business card. In this video you'll learn how to create signatures for messages.
When sending important data in an email, it is important that it remains encrypted to prevent unauthorized access. Outlook 2010 gives you the opportunity to configure the security settings in many ways: Add a digital signature to your emails, encrypt them additionally or configure specific authorization.
Section 2: Organizing Outlook Items
Organizing Outlook Items - Overview
In Outlook 2010 you can customize your folder views extremely efficiently. In this video you'll learn how to customize a folder view.
Save your search criteria, so you can find the required results with a mouse click next time you search. In this video you'll learn how to set up a search folder.
Section 3: Managing Contacts and Contact Information
Managing Contacts and Contact Information - Overview
Outlook offers three options for sending contacts to friends or colleagues. This way you can send your contacts either as a business card, a V-Card, or as plain text. Learn more about how easy it is to forward contacts.
Design your business card exactly the way you want. In this video you'll learn how to give your business cards an individual design.
Exporting Outlook contacts in order to use them in other programs is easy. You can choose between different formats. This makes it possible to back up your contacts or to transfer them to another computer.
If you want to send a personal invitation to multiple contacts, it is cumbersome to write a personal email to each individual. Use the Mail Merge feature in Word to save time. In fact, you can simply embed a Word file in Outlook. You will learn about this function in this video in more detail.
Section 4: Saving and Archiving Email
Saving and Archiving Email - Overview
Save your messages and relieve the burden on your mailbox. In this video you'll learn how to save your messages.
If you always keep your mailbox tidy, you can find what you want quickly and without long searches. In this video you'll learn how to clean up a mailbox and archive the contents.
Don't want anyone to access your email archive and personal folders? Outlook gives you the option of encrypting and providing them with a password.
Section 5: Creating a Custom Outlook Form
Creating a Custom Outlook Form - Overview
Adjust the input form as you wish. For example, do you often use the "BCC" field? Add it by default. This video explains a few more features about this. This allows you to personalize your entry form.
Section 6: Working Offline and Remotely
Working Offline and Remotely - Overview
By creating an offline folder, which is a locally stored copy of your Exchange Server folder, you can also work offline in Outlook. Once you are online, your current folder will be synchronized.
You can configure Outlook so that you can remotely access your Exchange Server Account. Outlook additionally has the Remote Procedure Call. Once you have filed this entry, you can access your Exchange Server Account from any location with internet access.

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