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Outlook 2003 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $35
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
The Outlook 2003 series of courses teaches learners how to use the major components of the Outlook 2003 program: Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Notes. Topics include navigating between Outlook modules and reading, sending, customizing, and organizing e-mail messages. Learners will also find out how to schedule appointments, add and use information about contacts, and create tasks and notes. In addition, the courses will delve into the collaboration, security, and personalization features of Outlook 2003.

Audience:
This series is for anyone who wants to get the most out of using Outlook 2003.

Features:
●  Exercises that allow users to practice the application
●  A file containing the text of the exercises
●  Simulations that allow users to practice course skills, even if they don't have access to the application
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Topics included in this course:
Outlook 2003 Series: Getting Started
Outlook 2003 Series: Managing Messages
Outlook 2003 Series: Contacts and Calendar Entries
Outlook 2003 Series: Tasks, Notes, and Journal Entries
Outlook 2003 Series: Newsgroups and Outlook Web Access
Outlook 2003 Series: Collaboration and Security
Outlook 2003 Series: Personalizing Outlook and Other Tips

Outlook 2003 Series: Getting Started
Summary: Time: 4.0 hour(s)
This course provides an overview of the Outlook 2003 interface. It also teaches the learner how to use the new features of Outlook 2003, as well as basic e-mail functions.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the basic features of Outlook
Navigate the Outlook Modules
Access the Outlook help features
Employ the drag and drop function to complete tasks
Use the essential e-mail features of Outlook

Topics:
E-Mail Fundamentals
Other Features of Outlook
Outlook and Other Programs
The Main Screen
The Folder List
Toolbars and Help Features
Dragging and Dropping
Dragging to Create E-Mails
Dragging to Create Other Items
Other Drag and Drop Options
Creating E-Mail Messages
Setting E-Mail Options
Reading E-Mail Messages
Replying to E-Mail Messages
Forwarding E-Mail Messages
Deleting and Saving Messages
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Outlook 2003 Series: Managing Messages
Summary: Time: 3.0 hour(s)
This course shows the learner how to customize outgoing messages. It also covers a variety of tools that can be used to more easily manage e-mail messages.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Use flags with e-mail messages
Attach files to messages
Set up reply options and signatures
Organize messages using folders
Filter junk e-mail
Archive e-mail messages

Topics:
Using flags
Setting options
Adding attachments and signatures
Conquering your mountain of messages
Using search folders
Stationery and the Reading Pane
Using rules
Filtering junk e-mail
Archiving messages
Arranging messages
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Outlook 2003 Series: Contacts and Calendar Entries
Summary: Time: 3.0 hour(s)
This course shows the learner how to enter and maintain contact information. It also covers how to use the calendar features of Outlook to schedule appointments and meeting requests.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Add and find entries in the Contacts list
Send electronic business cards (vCards)
View the Contacts list and the Calendar
Use the Date Navigator
Create, find, edit, print, and delete appointments
Add holidays to the Calendar

Topics:
Entering contacts
Viewing contacts
Using flags
Using contact information
Using distribution lists
The Date Navigator
Appointments
Changing dates
Recurring dates
More ways to use the Calendar
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Outlook 2003 Series: Tasks, Notes, and Journal Entries
Summary: Time: 5.0 hour(s)
This course provides information on the tools that can be used to store and manage daily tasks, including entering, modifying, deleting tasks, and creating recurring tasks. It also teaches the learner how to use notes and journal entries.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Enter and modify tasks
Copy and delete tasks
Create recurring and regenerating tasks
Compose and modify a note
Record items in the Journal
Print a Journal

Topics:
Entering a new task
Changing, copying, and deleting tasks
Creating recurring and regenerating tasks
Completing tasks
Using views to control tasks
Composing and locating notes
Opening, deleting, and editing notes
Viewing notes
Assigning categories and printing notes
Changing default options for new notes
Forwarding notes
Automatic and manual Journal recording
Viewing and finding Journal entries
Printing and changing the Journal view
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Outlook 2003 Series: Newsgroups and Outlook Web Access
Summary: Time: 3.0 hour(s)
This course provides an overview of newsgroups, including subscribing to news groups, and posting, reading, and replying to newsgroup messages. Using Outlook at home and Outlook Web Access are also covered.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Subscribe to newsgroups
Read and reply to newsgroup messages
Post news group messages
Use Outlook at home
Describe features of Outlook Web Access

Topics:
Finding Newsgroups
Subscribing to Newsgroups and Reading Messages
Replying to and Posting Messages
Setting Up and Switching Identities
ISPs, Cable Modems, and DSL
Setting Up Internet E-Mail Accounts
Setting Up Directory Services
Setting Up Outlook for Multiple Users
Using Outlook Web Access
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Outlook 2003 Series: Collaboration and Security
Summary: Time: 4.0 hour(s)
This course provides information on using Outlook for planning meetings, decision-making, and sharing folders among team members. It also covers the security features included with Outlook.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Collaborate with Microsoft Exchange
Set access permissions
Assign tasks and send status reports
Use Public Folders
Acquire a Digital ID and send digitally signed messages
Encrypt messages

Topics:
Organizing a meeting
Handling meeting requests
Using votes for decision-making
Collaborating with Outlook and Exchange
Setting access permissions
Adding a second account to your view
Assigning tasks and sending a status report
Address books
Working with public folders
Using SharePoint Team Services
Getting a digital ID
Sending and receiving digitally signed messages
Encrypting messages
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Outlook 2003 Series: Personalizing Outlook and Other Tips
Summary: Time: 3.0 hour(s)
This course provides an overview of forms, including using and modifying standard and custom forms. It also offers suggestions for personalizing Outlook. More advanced features and shortcuts are also covered.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create and use custom forms
Modify views
Customize Outlook menus and toolbars
Describe advanced Outlook features
Demonstrate a variety of shortcuts

Topics:
Understanding forms
Customizing forms
Working with custom forms
Using views
Working with columns
Sorting and grouping
Customizing views, menus, and toolbars
Ten (or so) things you can't do with Outlook
Things you can do after you're comfy
Shortcuts worth taking
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12 Month Subscription - $35
Live Mentor +$30