In this video, author Megan Hoffman demonstrates how to adjust the navigation pane change the reading view and people pane, adjust the To Do Bar, Show or hide fields in a list view, and adjust the Status Bar. Master these MOS objectives as a part of your prep for the MOS Outlook 2010 exam.
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- [Narrator] In this video you'll learn to…arrange the Content Pane.…For the MOS exam, you'll want to know how to adjust…the Navigation Pane, change the Reading View…and People Pane,…adjust the To-Do Bar,…show or hide fields in a list view,…and adjust the status bar.…I've tagged each of these with a MOS icon…because they're each likely to be on the MOS exam.…So to start out, I'm looking at the default mail view,…and I can adjust this as needed.…The first objective it so adjust the Navigation Pane,…which is the area at the left.…
Now there are some things I can do manually with the mouse…by clicking this arrow at the top, or dragging the pane…back and forth.…However, it can be really helpful to go right to…the View Pane where I can find a summary of the options.…I'll click Navigation Pane, and I'll note that it's…currently set to normal and Favorites is turned on.…It's very easy for me to change this to minimized,…and you can see it collapses at the left, where I now…see some of the main things, but I can click in here…
The course first explores the MOS certification program and highlights its cost, format, and objectives. Megan then explains how to manage the Outlook environment by customizing the interface, printing and saving information, and searching in Outlook. Next, learn how to manage email messages (including creating, formatting, and organizing messages), create contacts, and manage calendars (including appointments, meetings, and events). Finally, find out how to work with notes, tasks, and journal entries.
Challenge exercises are included along the way, and the course concludes with a full-length practice exam.
- Preparing for the exam
- Managing the Outlook environment
- Printing and saving information
- Creating and formatting email messages
- Creating Quick Steps
- Cleaning up the inbox
- Managing rules
- Creating contacts and groups
- Creating appointments, events, and meetings
- Managing tasks and notes
- Taking a full-length practice exam
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Microsoft Office Specialist Exam Overview
2. Manage the Outlook Environment
3. Create and Format Item Content
4. Manage Email Messages
5. Manage Contacts
✓ Solution: Manage contacts3m 18s
6. Manage Calendar Objects
Manipulate the Calendar pane8m 45s
7. Work with Tasks, Notes, and Journal Entries
8. Practice Exam
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