- Recall why it is recommended to move your reading pane to the bottom of the screen in Outlook.
- Name the recommended amount of sections to have for your OneNote notes.
- Recognize questions that should not be asked when processing an email.
- List the correct steps for creating an email rule.
- Identify what should be used as a gathering point.
- Recall the benefits of repetition.
Skill Level Intermediate
- In its many forms, Microsoft Office is one of the most popular tools in today's corporate workplace. Are you using it in the most productive way possible? In this course, we'll connect the principles from Time Management Fundamentals with the flexibility of Microsoft Office. We'll look at how to set up Outlook on the web so you can move through email quickly and efficiently. We'll use the Outlook calendar, not only as a scheduling tool but a powerful guide to help you stay focused.
We'll explore how to use OneNote to gather tasks and opportunities that you encounter in your day. And we'll also create some strategies to make OneDrive an effective home for your digital files and personal organization. We'll cover all this and plenty more, in Time Management Fundamentals with Microsoft Office.