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Advanced Outlook Features

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Productivity software is a vital part of today's workplace. Microsoft Outlook ® plays a key role in assisting employees in organizing and managing their day and communications, both internally and externally. In this course, students will explore the more advanced features of Outlook®. Students learn how to use advanced messaging options, calendar management, share Outlook® workspaces with other users, and manage Outlook® data files.

This non-credit course is 1 week To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Duration: 1 week

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    Advanced Outlook® Features

    • Perform advanced message management tasks
    • Share Outlook workspaces with other users
    • Manage Outlook data files
    • Configure advanced message options
    • Perform advanced calendar and contact management tasks
    • Manage activities by using tasks and journal entries
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