May
7
Mon
Microsoft Outlook 2016 – Level 1 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
May 7 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Outlook 2016 - Level 1 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Outlook 2016 Level 1

Days of Training: 1

Outlook 2016 Level 1 provides the basic concepts and skills to be productive with Microsoft Outlook 2016: how to communicate via email messages, organize your contacts, and arrange your schedule. You will benefit most from this course if you want to accomplish basic workplace tasks in Outlook 2016, or if you want to have a solid foundation for continuing on to become an Outlook expert. If you intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Outlook, this course is a good place to start your preparation, but you will need to take both courses in the series to be fully prepared for the exam.

The course assumes you know how to use a computer and that you’re familiar with Microsoft Windows. It does not assume that you’ve used a different version of Outlook or a similar desktop application before.

Chapter 1: Fundamentals

  • Module A: Getting around
  • Module B: Viewing Outlook items

Chapter 2: Email basics

  • Module A: Creating messages
  • Module B: Acting on messages
  • Module C: Adding content
  • Module D: Signatures

Chapter 3: Contacts

  • Module A: Managing contacts
  • Module B: Using contact groups
  • Module C: Using the People pane

Chapter 4: Tasks

  • Module A: Creating tasks
  • Module B: Managing tasks
  • Module C: Assigning tasks

Chapter 5: Scheduling

  • Module A: Appointments
  • Module B: Meetings
  • Module C: Using the calendar

Chapter 6: Customization

  • Module A: Customizing the ribbon
  • Module B: Customizing Outlook
May
14
Mon
Microsoft Outlook 2016 – Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
May 14 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Outlook 2016 - Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Outlook 2016 Level 2

Days of Training: 1

Outlook 2016 Level 2 provides more advanced concepts and skills for Microsoft Outlook 2016 productivity: how to organize Outlook items, use advanced message properties, and collaborate with others. You will benefit most from this course if you have a basic knowledge of Outlook 2016 and plan to continue on to become an Outlook expert. If you intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Outlook, this course is a good place to complete your preparation, but you will need to complete both courses in the series to be fully prepared for the exam.

The course assumes you know how to use a computer and that you’re familiar with Microsoft Windows. It also assumes that you have completed the preceding Outlook 2016 Level 1 course, or have equivalent knowledge.

Chapter 1: Organizing Outlook

  • Module A: Account management
  • Module B: Using folders
  • Module C: Categorizing items
  • Module D: Searching and filtering
  • Module E: Quick steps

Chapter 2: Managing your mail

  • Module A: Managing junk mail
  • Module B: Using rules
  • Module C: Cleaning up your mailbox

Chapter 3: Advanced email settings

  • Module A: Message options
  • Module B: Customizing message appearance

Chapter 4: Notes and Journal entries

  • Module A: Notes
  • Module B: Using the Journal

Chapter 5: Collaboration

  • Module A: Performing mail merges
  • Module B: Sharing items
  • Module C: Outlook integration
Jun
4
Mon
Microsoft Outlook 2016 – Level 1 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Jun 4 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Outlook 2016 - Level 1 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Outlook 2016 Level 1

Days of Training: 1

Outlook 2016 Level 1 provides the basic concepts and skills to be productive with Microsoft Outlook 2016: how to communicate via email messages, organize your contacts, and arrange your schedule. You will benefit most from this course if you want to accomplish basic workplace tasks in Outlook 2016, or if you want to have a solid foundation for continuing on to become an Outlook expert. If you intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Outlook, this course is a good place to start your preparation, but you will need to take both courses in the series to be fully prepared for the exam.

The course assumes you know how to use a computer and that you’re familiar with Microsoft Windows. It does not assume that you’ve used a different version of Outlook or a similar desktop application before.

Chapter 1: Fundamentals

  • Module A: Getting around
  • Module B: Viewing Outlook items

Chapter 2: Email basics

  • Module A: Creating messages
  • Module B: Acting on messages
  • Module C: Adding content
  • Module D: Signatures

Chapter 3: Contacts

  • Module A: Managing contacts
  • Module B: Using contact groups
  • Module C: Using the People pane

Chapter 4: Tasks

  • Module A: Creating tasks
  • Module B: Managing tasks
  • Module C: Assigning tasks

Chapter 5: Scheduling

  • Module A: Appointments
  • Module B: Meetings
  • Module C: Using the calendar

Chapter 6: Customization

  • Module A: Customizing the ribbon
  • Module B: Customizing Outlook
Jun
11
Mon
Microsoft Outlook 2016 – Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center
Jun 11 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Microsoft Outlook 2016 - Level 2 @ Capitol Computers Training Center | Augusta | Maine | United States

Outlook 2016 Level 2

Days of Training: 1

Outlook 2016 Level 2 provides more advanced concepts and skills for Microsoft Outlook 2016 productivity: how to organize Outlook items, use advanced message properties, and collaborate with others. You will benefit most from this course if you have a basic knowledge of Outlook 2016 and plan to continue on to become an Outlook expert. If you intend to take a Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Outlook, this course is a good place to complete your preparation, but you will need to complete both courses in the series to be fully prepared for the exam.

The course assumes you know how to use a computer and that you’re familiar with Microsoft Windows. It also assumes that you have completed the preceding Outlook 2016 Level 1 course, or have equivalent knowledge.

Chapter 1: Organizing Outlook

  • Module A: Account management
  • Module B: Using folders
  • Module C: Categorizing items
  • Module D: Searching and filtering
  • Module E: Quick steps

Chapter 2: Managing your mail

  • Module A: Managing junk mail
  • Module B: Using rules
  • Module C: Cleaning up your mailbox

Chapter 3: Advanced email settings

  • Module A: Message options
  • Module B: Customizing message appearance

Chapter 4: Notes and Journal entries

  • Module A: Notes
  • Module B: Using the Journal

Chapter 5: Collaboration

  • Module A: Performing mail merges
  • Module B: Sharing items
  • Module C: Outlook integration