Microsoft Outlook is an extremely useful program, which more and more offices and businesses are using. It can manage all your communications, including email, contacts, clients, and all activities related to clients. It coordinates all scheduling, and sets and tracks appointments. It can also keep a journal of all activities. It allows coworkers to share calendars and schedules electronically, and can even place electronic ‘post-it notes’ from other users on your desktop.
More and more, a working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook is becoming an absolute ‘mast have’ on your resume if you are seeking a clerical or management position within the business world.
This course teaches students how Outlook is structured, how to use the mail module to create, edit, format, and send messages, as well as how to manage incoming messages, use the calendar module to schedule appointments or meetings with others, and then use the contacts module to create and edit a list of contacts.
• Understanding how Microsoft Outlook is set up, and the different types of information you can track
• Creating, editing, sending, opening, and managing messages, such as replying or forwarding
• Using different types of options for tracking or managing messages, such as voting buttons, flags, or level of importance
• Including and managing attachments being sent or received with messages
• Filing and managing messages using folders
• Creating and editing appointments or events in the calendar
• Creating and scheduling meetings with others
• Creating and modifying contacts using the contacts module.
Prerequisite: Computer Basics Level 2 or equivalent.
Cost includes manual.
A Certificate will be issued upon course completion.
FVCE computer lab
Offering 1F: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Dec 8, 9, 15, 16 2020, 9:30am to 12:30pm, #204 – 20621 Logan Ave Langley
Offering 2F: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, Dec 8, 9, 15, 16 2020, 6:30pm to 9:30pm, #204 – 20621 Logan Ave Langley
About Instructor Hank Boven
Hank has been working with Microsoft Office for 30 years, and has been an Instructor with Langley Continuing Education (and now FVCE) for 19 years. During that time Hank has taught
over 10,000 Students how to work with Microsoft Office. He makes extensive use of real-world scenarios to help his students better understand and apply the principles and skills they acquire in class. He has been called “The Mr. Rogers of Microsoft” by more than one student.
Hank holds numerous industry certifications from leading information technology companies such as Microsoft and CompTIA.
|Classroom:||FVCE Computer Lab (Suite 204, 20621 Logan Ave Langley)|
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