Microsoft Outlook 2013: Introduction

Producer: Gopas

Duration: 12 hours.
This product is an online product and is a single-user, 1-year licence.


In this introduction to Microsoft Outlook2013 you will familiarise yourself with the program interface and learn to send, receive, print and organise messages in it. You will also learn to work with message attachments, to create an automatic reply and to set rules for automatic processing of received or sent messages. You will send a message with a questionnaire to fill in. You will also get acquainted with a whole range of other tools, which will make your work with e-mails easier and more pleasant.

The course takes the form of tutorial, exercise and quiz.

Course Content
- Pre-assessment (optional)
- 24 lessons
- Final test

This product allows the student to print a certificate from the course on successful completion.

The recommended settings to run this course are:
- Any of following internet browsers: Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Chrome; all with the Adobe Flash plug-in version 8.0 or higher
- 1 GHz CPU; 512 MB RAM; OS Windows 2000, XP, Vista or Windows7
- Display resolution of 1280 x 1024
- Soundcard, speakers or headphones are recommended


This course covers the following topics

• Introduction to the practical use of Outlook
• The Ribbon and the navigation bar
• Working with the Help
• Setting mail panes
• Sneak a peek
• Reading messages
• Creating new messages
• Editing the message content
• Spell check
• Working with attachments
• Replying to messages and forwarding them
• Saving and printing messages
• Creating signatures
• Managing mail folders
• Filtering junk mail
• Assigning flags to messages
• Other message options
• Searching for messages
• Message views and categories
• Conversation view
• Quick steps
• Automatic replies
• Working with mail rules
• Mail settings


Once you have completed this course you will be able to:
Send, receive, print, and organise messages
Work with message attachments
Create automatic replies
Set rules for automatic processing of received or sent messages

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