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Microsoft Outlook Short Courses and E-learning

Get the most out of Outlook

More than just email, Microsoft Outlook is an integral part of the day-to-day activities in offices big and small all over the world. Outlook is a personal information manager, useful of ways as a task manager, calendar, contact manager, web browser, and yes, for sending and receiving email.

Make sure you are getting the most out of Outlook with short courses and e-learning options for this valuable program. Search from the below courses and send an information request for those course that appear most suited to your needs. 

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Outlook 2010
Access for 12 Months
19 USD
This  Outlook 2010  online training course is designed to provide all students with an understanding of Outlook and how to practically apply...
Outlook 2013
Access for 12 Months
19 USD
This  Outlook 2013  online training course is designed to provide all students with an understanding of Outlook and how to practically apply...
Effective Outlook
120 USD
Emails are a ubiquitous form of communication in any professional environment with critical skills in managing emails, delegates can easily...
Microsoft Outlook 2013
Keystone Learning Systems
6 hours
129 USD
In this 6 hour Microsoft Outlook 2013 training course, participants will be equipped with knowledge to get familiar with and...
Microsoft Outlook: Tips for Keeping Your Inbox Clean and Organized
Lorman Education Services
1.5 hours
99 USD
Learn valuable tips and tricks to clean and organize your Microsoft® Outlook® email inbox to be more productive and get...
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More about Microsoft Outlook Short Courses and E-learning

More than just emailTraining and Short Courses in Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a versatile program for managing personal and professional information. Most commonly it is used in a professional capacity as an email application, allowing the user a clean interface for sending, receiving, and managing their correspondences. More and more, however, Outlook is becoming an important tool in not only information storage, but other forms of communication, as it can be integrated into mobile communication, Skype and other forms of internet communication. Ensure that you are taking full advantage of all that is possible with Microsoft Outlook. Search among the above courses and find options fit for your current level of program understanding, as well as the desired program version.

Stay up to date with current versions – Outlook 2013

Microsoft Outlook has been updated a number of times over the years, with the three most recent updates occurring in 2007, 2010, and 2013. With every update comes a series of both interface and functional changes, some more broad-sweeping than others. Changes to program interface can be sometimes daunting and while the primary intention is to make the program easier to navigate the result is sometimes mixed.  The Outlook 2013 release added a number of improvements to program startup, a new data file compression, as well as the weather bar and the people hub. Find courses that are specific to this newest version of Outlook and learn how to make the best use of these improvements.

From basic to advanced

Short courses and e-learning programs in Outlook are generally split into at least three levels; basic, intermediate, and advanced. Basic courses in Outlook are likely to cover general navigation of the program’s interface, outline the major functions and guide learners through their primary uses. This can include creating a message, managing a calendar and maintaining an organized inbox.

Intermediate and advanced courses are well worth the time invested, as they allow participants the opportunity to tap the true potential of the program. Topics for these upper level courses generally include:

  • Sorting, filtering and organizing messages
  • Managing advanced calendar options
  • Creating and editing an electronic business card
  • Sharing: calendar, contacts, and mail folder
  • Backing up outlook data
  • Security settings for email messages
  • Saving messages in alternate formats

Microsoft Office Programs: use outlook in conjunction with other tools

Microsoft Office offers a broad range of programs designed to meet a variety of both professional and personal needs. In addition to Outlook mail and organizational tools, Office includes a word processor (Word), spreadsheet builder (Excel), presentation builder (PowerPoint) and, for professional versions of the suite, a data management program (Access).

Microsoft also offers a program that can be used in conjunction with Outlook in order to share calendars, contacts and other data across various groups or the entire organization. SharePoint makes it possible to connect multiple users across to a variety of different mailboxes, calendars and more, permitting the user to create and stipulate privacy settings for given functions and folders. Find an Outlook course that mentions SharePoint as part of the training topics or search for a course in SharePoint directly.