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Outlook Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices – Mail, Calendar, and Contacts (OUTN30A)

Presented by: Mitzi Gibson Katz
(*) Single User Price. For multiple users please call 1-844-384-4744
Pre Recorded Webinar
60 minutes
Event Description

Know the Outlook Shortcuts for Navigating Through Date Ranges and Back

Outlook 2010 is finally completely ribbonized!  It’s essential to know the details of the major Outlook components like— mail, calendar, contacts, navigation, keyboard shortcuts, Outlook Today, and important preference settings to get the most out of it. The email system you commonly use has many functions that you may have overlooked. Meet suggested contacts folder for a better know-how of Outlook.  Use connecting techniques to understand mail, contacts, and the calendar with ease.  Build a business card and include it with your signatures collection. View calendars as lists, create calendar groups and email calendars.

In this 60 minute session, nationally recognized expert Mitzi Katz, will uncover the tips, tricks, techniques, and some of the best practices of Outlook. She will also shed light on the Outlook shortcuts for navigating through date ranges and back, duplicating appointments, and best practices for managing invitations. Plus, you’ll get a reference document, which includes a shortcut sheet, and the PowerPoint presentation to help you comprehend the intricacies of Outlook, and save enormous amount of time, while increasing your organization’s efficiency.

Here's a look at what Mitzi will cover:

  • Understanding the Outlook Environment
    • Screen components
    • Preference settings
    • Many Modes, Many Ribbons
  • Managing Email
    • Outgoing, Incoming, New
    • Organizing
  • Email Options
    • Copies
    • Voting
    • Receipts
  • Creating and Applying Signatures
  • Integrating mail with calendar and contacts
  • Managing the calendar
    • Entering appointments and invitations
    • Navigating through a date range
    • Viewing active appointments and meetings
    • Setting recurring meetings
  • Emailing calendars
  • Grouping calendars
  • Managing contacts
    • Going past the front page
    • Creating a business card
    • Organizing
    • Creating contact groups
    • Managing contact lists
  • Reference document with a shortcut sheet and PowerPoint presentation

Outlook is a multi-layered software application with many functions “tucked away”.  Often users never go beyond their original Outlook default setup.  This is an opportunity to take a closer look at the automation within Outlook; to learn how to drive the program!

Who should attend?

Marketing, sales, financial, engineering personnel, office administrators, managers, and directors within the business arena, financial analysts, educators, and anyone who uses Outlook in a business setting.

About Our Speaker(s)

Mitzi Gibson Katz | Computer Technology Training SpeakerMitzi Gibson Katz
Mitzi Gibson Katz has trained thousands of end-users and developed curriculum for over 25 years. Mitzi holds a Master's degree in Education with an emphasis in special education classroom and administration. After teaching a variety of special education classes in Kansas, Montana and Alaska for the early part of her ca... More info

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