Outlook 2019 is the latest version of Microsoft’s powerful email client that lets you not only manage email messages, but schedule meetings and tasks, collaborate with other coworkers, and work with a calendar of scheduled events that send alerts for upcoming deadlines. What makes Outlook different from many other email clients is that it is an entire collaboration and scheduling tool that benefits fortune 500 corporations, small businesses, busy professionals, and even students and home users. For large corporations, Outlook is the email client standard that integrates seamlessly with Microsoft environments and Exchange server.
In this module, you’ll learn how to…
Create and format emails
Organize emails into folders
Use the Calendar module
Add appointments, meetings, and events to the calendar
Use the Task module to manage your to-do list
Add contacts to address books
Create address books
Add images and charts to emails
And much more
This course focuses on teaching new users how to use all the features of Outlook 2019. First, we’ll explore the basic ways Outlook can be used to create emails and format them according to certain standards. With Outlook, rich text formatting can be used as well as HTML. We cover creating emails with integrated images, graphs and stylized text so that your emails stand out from the vast sea of other plain text messages.
Next, we will work through all the amazing collaboration features of Outlook. We cover important Outlook components such as the calendar, scheduling tasks and sharing them with other coworkers. With Outlook, you can also automate incoming and outgoing emails using rules, which we cover step-by-step to help you manage and organize your inbox.
By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe what an email client program is and what the capabilities and functions of MS Outlook are.
Describe different way you can configure Outlook to work with email providers.
Demonstrate creating and sending email messages.
Demonstrate formatting text and paragraphs.
Recognize reading email headers in Outlook.
Summarize methods for organizing mail.
Demonstrate working with address books and contacts.
Identify out of office messages.
Demonstrate working with graphics and pictures.
Describe using the calendar.
Demonstrate setting reminders.
Demonstrate working with tasks.
Demonstrate creating rules.
Demonstrate sharing and alerts.
Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.