Outlook is a great program that works well with other programs in the Office suite, but too many people don’t know how to take advantage of its many helpful features. This beginner’s set of lessons is intended for people who already know how to check mail (from the inbox) and to create and send simple e-mails.
Once they can do that, they are ready for attachments, signatures, and notifications.
This step-by-step guide is just right for you if you ...
….train faculty and staff to use new releases of the school’s software (consider adding these illustrated lessons to a shared drive for staff to use as a self-help resource).
….teach basic computer literacy to adult students.
….just want an easy-to-follow guide to teach yourself how to use Outlook (and to use as a quick reference for those infrequent tasks that we often forget how to do over time).
1. Adding an Attachment to an E-mail
2. Creating a New Contact Group
3. Creating a New Contact
4. Creating a Signature
5. Deleting an Address from the Auto-Fill Cache
6. Setting a Schedule for Outlook to Check E-mail
7. Setting Notifications for New E-mail
8. Switching Text Format
9. Using the “Send To” Feature to Send a File
10. Using the Windows Snipping Tool with Outlook
Each of the ten lessons follows the same format, which includes step-by-step instructions with illustrations plus a dedicated note-taking section.