Outlook 2010 Essential Training
In Outlook 2010 Essential Training, author Karen Fredricks provides in-depth instruction on the key features of Outlook 2010. The course shows how to master fundamental Outlook features including sending and receiving email, creating an address book, and scheduling activities and tasks. It also covers basic administrative tasks including backing up the data file, setting up email accounts, and organizing data both manually and automatically.
- Using the Office 2010 Backstage View
- Using and customizing the Office 2010 Ribbon
- Using Outlook as an email client
- Filtering email with Quick Steps
- Scheduling with multiple calendars
- Creating tasks for to-do items
- Taking notes
- Adding multiple addresses and phone numbers for contacts
- Reading blog posts
- Integrating with social networking sites
Welcome to Outlook 2010 Essential Training! You might think of Outlook as simply an email client, however, once you start to use it for a while, you'll start to realize what a powerful tool it is. Now if you want to get technical, Outlook is a PIM, which stands for Personal Information Manager. But for me, it's a piece of software that's designed to help organize my life. In this course, I'm going to show you how to configure email accounts, use email client, use quick steps to help keep your mountain of email under control, organize your time using multiple calendars, create a task for all those things you still need to get to, jot down your latest brainstorm on a note that you don't have to worry about losing, add multiple addresses and phone numbers for each of your contacts, read the latest posts to your favorite blogs, and finally, view your updates about your contacts from social networking sites.
Outlook is a perfect tool to keep you organized. But I do have to warn you; it's addictive. And I know once you get started, you'll be as excited about it as I am.
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- Q: The author covers Quick Parts in detail in Chapter 4, but doesn't mention how to delete them. How do I delete Quick Parts?
- A: To delete a Quick Part, go to the Insert tab on the Ribbon. Select the Quick Parts dropdown menu and right-click on the Quick Part. Choose Organize and Delete.
The Organize and Delete dialog box will open. Select the Quick Part and clock Delete.
Note: The Organize and Delete option is selectable only in rich text editing mode. If you are composing an email in plain text mode, the option will appear grayed out.
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