Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Level 2

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If you have been using Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 as a communications tool, then you know how to send a mail message; schedule appointments and meetings; and create contacts, tasks, and notes. This course is the second in a series of three Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 courses. In this course, you will customize your Outlook environment, Calendar, mail, folders, and also track, share, assign, and quickly locate various Outlook items. <p><b><font color=`#000000` face=`Verdana` size=2><a href=`/outlook.htm`> <font color=`red`>View other Outlook Courses available</font></a></font></b>
Before taking this course, students are required to take the following courses or possess equivalent knowledge of:
Windows XP Professional: Level 1
Windows XP Professional: Level 2
Windows XP: Introduction
Windows 2000: Introduction
Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Level 1
Setting Calendar Options :
Set Work Days and Times
Display an Additional Time Zone
Set Availability Options
Customizing Message Options :
Modify Message Settings
Modify Delivery Options
Change the Message Format
Notify Others That You will be Out of the Office
Create a Distribution List
Insert a Hyperlink
Tracking Work Activities Using the Journal :
Automatically Record a Journal Entry
Manually Record a Journal Entry
Modify a Journal Entry
Managing Tasks :
Assign a Task
Reply to a Task Request
Send a Task Update
Track Assigned Tasks
Sharing Folder Information :
Specify Folder Permissions
Delegate Access to Folders
Access Another User`s Folder
Send Calendar Information in an Email Message
Customizing the Outlook Environment :
Customize the Toolbar
Create a New Toolbar
Customize the Menu Bar
Customize the Quick Access Toolbar
Customize the To-Do Bar
Create a Folder Home Page
Locating Outlook Items :
Sort Messages Using Multiple Criteria
Find Messages
Find Outlook Items Using Multiple Criteria
Filter Messages
Organize Messages
Manage Junk Email
Working with Public Folders :
Create a Public Folder
Add Users to a Public Folder
Post Information in a Public Folder
Send an Email Message to a Public Folder