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Outlook 2007 - Everything You Always Wanted to Know, and More (Course Id 268)

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Author : Jill Trehearne, Author
Status : Production
CPE Credits : 6.5
IRS Credits : 0
Price : $64.95
Passing Score : 70%
NASBA Technical: No
Primary Subject-Field Of Study:

Specialized Knowledge and Applications - Specialized Knowledge and Applications for Course Id 268

Description :

In this training document you will learn about Outlook 2007, and its components. You will learn the steps to setup Outlook for a POP3 mail server. This course will teach you about the components of Outlook, including Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Journal.

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Release : 2009
Version : 1.0
Prerequisites : None
Experience Level : Overview
Additional Contents : Complete, no additional material needed
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Advance Preparation : None
Delivery Method : Self-Study
Intended Participants : Anyone needing Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
Revision Date : 21-Apr-2009
NASBA Course Declaration : Participants must complete the final examination within one year of purchase and with a minimum passing grade of 70% or better to receive CPE credit unless otherwise noted on the Course History page (i.e. California Ethics must score 90% or better). After logging in click on the Course History links on your My Courses page for the Begin date and Expire date for the Final Exam.
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NASBA Registry - 268

Keywords : Specialized Knowledge and Applications, Outlook, 2007, Everything, You, Always, Wanted, Know, More, cpe, cpa, online course
Learning Objectives :

Module 1
Outlook 101

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • Who created the first e-mail program as we know it today.
    • Why we use @ (at) symbol in our e-mail addresses.
    • How to setup Outlook using a POP3 server.

Module 2
Outlook 2007 Components

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • What the default view of the Outlook components are.
    • Where the Menu and Tool Bars are located.
    • Where the Navigation pane is located, and how to manipulate the buttons, icons and views of the navigation pane.
    • Where the Reading pane is located, and how to manipulate the views of the reading pane.
    • Where the To-Do Bar is located, and how to manipulate the view of the To-Do Bar.

Module 3
Mail

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • How to create and send a new e-mail message.
    • All the components on the Message tab on the Office Ribbon of the Message box.
    • All the components on the Insert tab on the Office Ribbon of the Message box.
    • All the components on the Options tab on the Office Ribbon of the Message box.
    • All the components on the Format Text tab on the Office Ribbon of the Message box.
    • All the components of the Incoming message box.
    • How to attach files to messages.
    • How to attach items to messages.

Module 4
Calendar

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • The components of the default view of the Calendar.
    • How to use the scroll bars to manipulate the view of the Calendar reading pane.
    • How to change the Day, Week and Month views of the Calendar.
    • How to create an Appointment.
    • The components of the Appointment Office Ribbon.
    • How to create a Meeting.
    • The components of the Meeting Office Ribbon.
    • How to share your Calendar via e-mail.
    • How to share your Calenadar via the Internet.
    • How to publish the Calendar to Microsoft Office Online.
    • How to Add a New Group.

Module 5
Contacts

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • The components of the default view of the Contacts window.
    • How to create a new Contact.
    • The components of the Office Ribbon Contact tab.
    • How to create a Distribution List.
    • What the Address Book is, and its components.

Module 6
Tasks, Notes and Journal

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • The default view of the Task window.
    • How to create a Task.
    • The components of the Office Ribbon on the Task tab.
    • The default view of the Notes window.
    • The menu options available for Notes.
    • How to change the default view of the Note.
    • How to find the Journal icon.
    • The default view of the Journal
    • How to use the Journal in manual mode.
    • How to use the Journal in automatic mode.

Module 7
Conclusion – Getting It All Together

After finishing this module, you will know:
    • How to manipulate the navigation pane for best use.
    • How to create sub-folders under the Inbox.
    • How to cleanup the Mailbox.
Course Contents :

Module 1:  Outlook 101

Very Brief History of Electronic Mail

Setting Up Outlook 2007

Review Questions

 

Module 2: Outlook 2007 Components

Outlook Default View

Menu Bar

Tool Bar

Navigation Pane

Reading Pane

To-Do Bar

Review Questions

 

Module 3: Mail

Deciphering The Outgoing Message Box

Navigating Around the Message Box

You’ve Got New Mail!

Sending and Receiving Messages

Review Questions

 

Module 4: Calendar

Creating an Appointment

Let’s Dissect the Appointment Dialog Box

Turning an Appointment into a Meeting

Sharing Your Calendar

Send a Calendar via E-mail

Publish My Calendar

Publishing Calendar to Microsoft Office Online

Add New Group

Review Questions

 

Module 5: Contacts

All About Contacts

Creating a Contact

The Contact Tab

Distribution Lists

Address Book

 

Module 6: Tasks, Notes and Journal

Tasks, Tasks and More Tasks

Creating a Task

Overview of the Task Ribbon

Notes

Anatomy of a Note

Journal

Let’s Find the Journal

Using the Journal

Manually using the Journal

Recording a Journal Entry Automatically

Using Journal with Office Programs

Review Questions

 

Module 7: Conclusion – Getting It All Together

Getting It Together

Navigation Bar Tips

Inbox Smarts

Clean It Up

Conclusion

Review Questions

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