This course is focused specifically on Outlook 2016 for Mac. While some of the tips and tricks in this course are for Outlook running with an Exchange Server, most of the tips require nothing more than Outlook and an internet connection.
- [Instructor] This course is for a specific version of Outlook but there are many different products that have Outlook in their name. First, Outlook 2016 for Mac, which is the version of Outlook this course is created for. There are also older versions of Outlook for Mac available that are still being used. We have a current version of Outlook for the Windows platform as well, Outlook 2016, and there were earlier versions of that product. Outlook on the web can be used whether you're using a Mac or Windows, a Linux environment.
It doesn't really matter, because it's a browser-based product. And then finally we have something called Outlook.com which is a free email product from Microsoft and which actually actually uses Outlook on the web. But this course is not about any of those other products. This course is focused on using Outlook 2016 for Mac. There are some other things that you might like to have. For example, some of the things that we'll do in this course require you to be online, so it's nice if you have internet access if you are working along with me.
Also some of the features of Outlook 2016 for Mac are specific to Exchange Server. So if you're using Outlook 2016 for Mac to get your Gmail or get mail from another type of a server, there are some features that you won't have. But you'll still be able to see how you would use those in an environment where you do have an Exchange Server, which is typical of most work environments. As we use features that require an Exchange Server or Office 365, I'll try to point that out. But notice that all of those items are optional.
If you want to work along with me, you only really need Outlook 2016 for Mac to do most of what we do in this course. Don't have Outlook 2016 for Mac? That's fine. Just watch the demonstrations.
AuthorGini von Courter
- Finding a contact in seconds flat
- Decluttering your inbox
- Creating text shortcuts with AutoCorrect
- Power searching in mail and calendar
- Dealing with junk mail
- Setting up out-of-office replies
- Saving a search for reuse
- Creating recurring appointments and tasks
- Backing up Outlook data with Time Machine
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Top 10 Shortcuts
2. Shortcuts for Organizing Email
3. Shortcuts for Sending and Replying
4. Shortcuts for the Calendar
5. Shortcuts for Contacts
6. Shortcuts for Tasks
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