Outlook ’2003 is a powerful Information management application that allows you to co-ordinate projects using a variety of different tools. These range from E-mail for communication, to the Calendar, which can be used for time management.
How to use this guide
This manual should be used as a point of reference following attendance of the Outlook ’2003 training cour
In the Calendar folder, you can schedule appointments and review your tasks. An appointment is a scheduled activity that does not involve anyone else. A task is an activity you must perform and track to completion.
To manage your time effectively, you must be able to move easily from one date to another within your Outlook Calendar and to display each date in the desired view. The Calendar toolbar offers quick access to various Calendar views. The Date Navigator, which looks like a monthly calendar, helps you speedily move from one week or month to another. You can even show two...
Outlook 2010 is a powerful Information management application that allows you to co-ordinate projects using a variety of different tools. These range from E-mail for communication, to the Calendar, which can be used for time management. Tasks to manage your workload and notes to stop you forgetting important bits of information, Finally contacts to keep a track of all the people you need to incorporate into your busy schedule either by phone, email projects, mailings or social connections.
The Address Book is a collection of address books provided by Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange Server, or Internet directory services, depending on how you have set up Outlook. You can use the Address Book to look up and select names, e-mail addresses, and distribution lists when you address messages. When you type a name in the To, Cc, or Bcc box of an e-mail message, Outlook automatically checks to see if the name you typed matches a name in the Address Book. If there is a match, the name is resolved and you can send the message. If there is...
Controlling Mail Messages
As you use Outlook and your e-mail account(s), you will need to delete, store messages in different related folders, sort and find messages.
Once the folders are set-up, you are able to store your related messages in folders when you receive them.or as we will discover later AS we receive them..
The second chapter of this ebook focuses on Outlook 2010 contacts and the Outlook 2010 address book. You can use the address book to look up and select names, e-mail addresses, and distribution lists when you address messages. When you type a name in the To, Cc, or Bcc box of an e-mail message, Outlook automatically checks to see if the name you typed matches a name in the address book. In this ebook you will learn to identify different address books and create a personal address book. Furthermore you learn how to create a distribution list, create contacts and find and edit a contact.
The words and expressions below are often used by native speakers when writing to friends and relatives. Using them will help you write in an informal style and will also help you organise your letter into clear paragraphs.
Starting your letter (Paragraph 1)
Thanks for your letter.
Lovely to hear from you.
How are you?
How are things?
Hope you're well.
This course was written for trainees wishing to learn to use Microsoft Outlook. It is written for using Microsoft Outlook in the Office 2007 suite of applications. However, it does not include a ‘New Features’ section exclusively about new features in Microsoft Outlook within Office 2007. It is very easy to see a complete list of the new features in Office v2007 in the Help menu on-screen. This courseware cannot and should not compete with the comprehensive coverage of new features detailed by Microsoft within the application’s help files.
THE TASKS LIST
A task is an assigned piece of work that must be completed within a certain time, e.g. writing a proposal or reading a report.
To Open Tasks:
1. In the NAVIGATION BAR click TASKS.
A task can occur once or be repeated as a recurring task. A recurring task can repeat at regular intervals or based on the dates the user marks the task to be completed.
If your organised walk will potentially have enough participants to cause disruption to normal
pedestrian or traffic flow, it’s always a good idea to consult with businesses and residents on the route.
A simple way to do this is to deliver a general letter explaining the event’s route, timings and
objectives. Always include a contact e-mail address or phone number for one of the events team who
can answer any queries and do make sure you respond to all queries. Mostly, residents and businesses
are grateful for the advance notification and may even support the event.