Getting Started with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 / Edition 1

Getting Started with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 / Edition 1

by Robert Grauer, Barbara S. Stover
     
 

The goal of the Exploring series has been to move students beyond the point and click, helping them understand the why and how behind each skill.

Managing e-mail, appointments, contacts, tasks, composing messages, attaching files, and replying to an e-mail message.

For professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of Microsoft Outlook.See more details below

Overview

The goal of the Exploring series has been to move students beyond the point and click, helping them understand the why and how behind each skill.

Managing e-mail, appointments, contacts, tasks, composing messages, attaching files, and replying to an e-mail message.

For professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge of Microsoft Outlook.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780135141274
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
12/13/2007
Series:
Custom PHIT: the Pearson Custom Program for CIS Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
8.47(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.20(d)

Table of Contents

Contents

CHAPTER ONEManaging Mail, Contacts, and Schedules

Objectives 1

Case Study: T-Shirts to Go 2

Introduction to Outlook and E-Mail 3

Identifying the Components of the

Outlook Window 3

Manage E-Mail with the Mail Feature 3

Manage Appointments with the

Calendar Function 4

Manage Contacts 5

Manage Tasks 6

Display the Journal 7

Explaining the Basics of E-Mail 8

Manage the Inbox 9

Manage Mail Folders 10

Sending an E-Mail Message 11

Select the Recipients for Your Message 12

Compose the Message 13

Attach Files 14

Reply to an E-Mail Message 14

Print an E-Mail Message 14

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 1:

Working with E-Mail 15

Outlook Contacts 27

Adding Contacts 27

Organizing Contacts 28

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 2:

Working with Contacts 30

The Outlook Calendar and Journal 37

Managing Appointments with the

Outlook Calendar 37

Tracking Work with the Outlook Journal 39

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 3:

Working with the Calendar and Journal 41

The Outlook Task List and Notes 48

Using the Outlook Task List 48

Adding Notes 49

HANDS-ON EXERCISE 4:

Working with Tasks and Notes 51

SUMMARY 54

KEY TERMS 54

MULTIPLE CHOICE 55

PRACTICE EXERCISES 57

MID-LEVEL EXERCISES 63

CAPSTONE EXERCISE 68

MINI CASES 73

GLOSSARY 47

MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWER KEY 49

INDEX 51

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