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Information on Microsoft Computer Training Courses in South Africa for Microsoft Outlook

 

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Outlook 98: Level 1 (Windows 95)

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn the fundamentals of using Outlook 98 to coordinate mail, appointments, events, meetings, tasks, and contacts. This course meets the Microsoft Proficiency Guidelines for Outlook 98 at the Expert level.

Prerequisites:
Windows 95: Introduction or Windows 95: Transition, or equivalent knowledge.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to send and receive mail, schedule appointments, insert events, schedule meetings, create and manage tasks, and organize contacts.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should be familiar with the Windows 95 environment.

What's next:
Outlook 98: Level 1 (Windows 95)  is the first course in this series. Outlook 98: Level 2 (Windows 95) , the next course in this series, teaches students advanced mail, contacts, and journal features; how to create forms and templates; how to customize the Outlook 98 environment, and how to use remote mail and Internet features of Outlook 98. Students who want to learn advanced features can take Outlook 98: Level 2.


Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Become familiar with the Outlook 98 interface

  • Identify the steps necessary to send, to receive, and to act on mail messages

  • Use additional message handling options, to insert text into a message, and to create multiple Signatures

  • Create personal folders and to organize their Outlook 98 folders

  • Create, edit, and categorize single appointments and recurring appointments

  • Create, send, and manage meeting requests

  • Create, edit, assign, and track tasks and to create and edit contacts


Course content

Lesson 1:
Getting started with Outlook 98
Overview of Outlook 98
Overview of Outlook Today

Lesson 2:
Using mail
Creating and sending messages
Acting on messages
Working with address books
Recalling and printing

Lesson 3:
Handling messages
Message handling options
Inserting text into a message
Creating Signatures

Lesson 4:
Managing folders
Creating and using personal folders
Using the Organize Page

Lesson 5:
Working with appointments and events
Scheduling appointments
Assigning categories
Editing appointments
Inserting events

Lesson 6:
Scheduling and managing meetings
Creating and sending meeting requests
Working with meeting requests
Managing meeting responses

Lesson 7:
Using the task and contact manager
Managing tasks
Adding and editing contacts

Outlook 2000: Level 1

Course specifications

Duration: 1 day

Course description

Overview:
Students will learn the fundamentals of using Outlook 2000 to coordinate mail, appointments, events, meetings, tasks, and contacts.

Prerequisites:
Windows 95: Introduction, Windows 95: Making the Transition, Windows NT Workstation 4.0: Orientation, Windows 98: Introduction, Windows 98: Making the Transition, or equivalent knowledge.

Delivery method:
Instructor-led, group-paced, classroom-delivery learning model with structured hands-on activities.

Benefits:
Students will learn how to send and receive mail, schedule appointments, insert events, schedule meetings, create and manage tasks, and organize contacts.

Target student:
Students enrolling in this course should be familiar with Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT Workstation 4.0.

What's next:
Outlook 2000: Level 1 is the first course in this series. Outlook 2000: Level 2, the next course in this series, teaches students advanced mail, contacts, and journal features; how to create forms and templates; how to customize the Outlook 2000 environment; and how to use remote mail and the Internet features of Outlook 2000. Students who want to learn advanced features can take Outlook 2000: Level 2.

Performance-based objectives

Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify the elements of the Outlook application window and explore Outlook components.

  • Send, receive, and act on mail messages.

  • Use additional message-handling options, insert text into a message, and create multiple Signatures.

  • Create personal folders and organize Outlook 2000 folders.

  • Create, edit, and categorize single appointments and recurring appointments and create events.

  • Create, send, and manage meeting requests.

  • Create, edit, and assign tasks, and create and edit contacts.

Course content

Lesson 1:
Getting Started with Outlook 2000
Overview of Outlook 2000
Overview of Outlook Today

Lesson 2:
Using Mail
Creating and Sending Messages
Acting on Messages
Working with Address Books
Recalling and Printing

Lesson 3:
Handling Messages
Message Handling Options
Inserting Text into a Message
Creating Signatures

Lesson 4:
Managing Folders
Creating and Using Personal Folders
Using the Organize Page

Lesson 5:
Working with Appointments and Events
Scheduling Appointments
Assigning Categories
Editing Appointments
Inserting Events

Lesson 6:
Scheduling and Managing Meetings
Creating and Sending Meeting Requests
Working with Meeting Requests
Managing Meeting Responses

Lesson 7:
Managing Tasks and Contacts
Managing Tasks
Adding and Editing Contacts

Appendix A: Internet Features
Viewing Web Pages in Outlook
Publishing Your Calendar as a Web Page

 

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