Microsoft Outlook 2010
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- Program Fundamentals
- Introduces the
Outlook fundamentals. Learn how to start and exit the Outlook
program and find your way around the Outlook screen and item
windows. Also learn how to use keyboard commands and access Outlook’s
- Composing and Sending E-mail
- Covers two of the
most-used functions in Microsoft Outlook: How to compose and send an e-mail
message. Shows how to insert
a signature, attach a file to a message, and more.
- Receiving E-mail
- Shows you how to
receive messages from your e-mail server and what to do with those messages
once they appear in your Inbox.
- More E-mail Features
- Learn how to save an
unfinished e-mail message to the Drafts folder so that you can come back and
finish it later. Also learn how to use the Out of Office Assistant to
notify people that you will be away from your computer for several days and
cannot respond to their e-mails immediately. Finally learn how to format your e-mail messages by using different message formats,
signatures, and stationery.
- Working with Contacts
- Outlook’s Contacts
list is a “technological Rolodex” database that keeps track of names,
addresses, phone numbers, and lots of other information. Once you have entered
a person’s name and details into Outlook, the possibilities are endless. You
can instantly find, e-mail or print contact information, or even create a map
to a contact’s business or home address
- Using the Calendar
- Learn how to
create and reschedule appointments and events, how to add a reminder to your
appointments, and how to view your schedule
using the various Calendar views. Also learn how to create a recurring
appointment, such as a weekly staff meeting.
- Collaborating with Other Users
- Outlook lets you
share your appointment schedule, send out polls, and even add content to other
- Working with Tasks
- Learn skills like how
to create a task or to-do item, view them in different ways, mark a task as
complete once it’s finished, assign and forward tasks. Also learn how
to create a recurring task that appears at a specified interval, such as a
reminder to get a weekly report in to your boss.
- Using the Journal and Notes
- Learn how to create
and work with journal entries using both manual and automatic methods in this chapter. Also learn how to attach a file to a journal entry, how to use the Journal
with the Contacts list to perform basic contact management, and how to display
the Journal using the available preset views.
- Organizing and Finding Information
- Learn how to take
control and organize your Outlook e-mail messages. Learn how to search
for items and manage data in folders.
- Automating Commands
- Teaches you how to
set up two tools, quick steps and rules, and manage them so you can work more efficiently.
- Managing Outlook Data
- Focuses on some
different ways to backup your data, as well as ways to import and export data
between Outlook and other programs.
- Customizing Outlook
- Goes through a
variety of ways to tweak Outlook so it works exactly how you want it to.
- Advanced topics
- Details features
including using Outlook for Instant Messaging, Accessing a Web version of
Outlook from any computer, sending Internet faxes, subscribing to RSS feeds,