Microsoft Outlook is used in most workplaces. Nearly every business has a use for Microsoft Office programs, from inter-office memos composed on Microsoft Word to Sales presentations created with Microsoft PowerPoint to Budget spreadsheets compiled in Microsoft Excel.
Teachers can use Microsoft Office for both teacher preparation and record-keeping as well as in student assignments.
This course teaches the following Exam 77-884—Outlook 2010 Objectives
1. Managing the Outlook Environment
1.1. Apply and manipulate Outlook program options.
1.2. Manipulate item tags.
1.3. Arrange the Content Pane.
1.4. Apply search and filter tools.
1.5. Print an Outlook item.
2. Creating and Formatting Item Content
2.1. Create and send email messages.
3. 2.1.10. Send a message to a contact group
4. 2.2.5. Duplicate Quick Steps
5. 2.2.6. Reset Quick Steps to default settings
5.1. Create item content.
5.2. Format item content.
5.3. Attach content to email messages.
6. Managing Email Messages
6.1. Clean up the mailbox.
6.2. Create and manage rules.
6.3. Manage junk mail.
6.4. Manage automatic message content.
7. Managing Contacts
7.1. Create and manipulate contacts.
7.2. Create and manipulate contact groups.
8. Managing Calendar Objects
8.1. Create and manipulate appointments and events.
8.2. Create and manipulate meeting requests.
8.3. Manipulate the Calendar pane.
9. Working with Tasks, Notes, and Journal Entries
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