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Take control of email, calendar and address books when using Outlook with the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training course. Using a simple, step-by-step approach this course takes Outlook beginners and teaches them how to master their mailbox to improve communications, collaboration and efficiency.
In just two modules learners will go from learning the absolute basics, to mastering the advanced concepts behind Outlook that will help them become a productivity powerhouse.
The Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training course is best suited to:
This self-study approach allows students to work at their own pace, as and when best suits them, and even acts as a reference for when they try to apply their new found knowledge at work.
Learners can also repeat modules or practical exercises as many times as they like until confident that they have fully understood the concepts being taught. Students can also use the social networking platform to ask their peers for help or guidance with any of the topics or exercises.
The Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training course is split into two levels – Introduction and Advanced. Starting gently with the basics of the Outlook 2010 interface and where to find key tools, training quickly moves on to cover:
Moving on, the advanced section of the course looks at a number of topics including:
Both course modules cover all these topics in great depth, ensuring students will demonstrate complete mastery of Outlook 2010 by the end of their studies.
This Microsoft Outlook 2010 Online Training course takes students through understanding the basics of Outlook to mastering advanced techniques that they can immediately apply to improve their efficiency and productivity.
Other benefits of the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Online Training bundle include:
Upon completion of the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Online Training course, students will have an advanced knowledge of using Outlook for corporate communications – skills that could be built upon to earn the Microsoft Office Specialist qualification. They will also have gained a range of skills that are still valid in later versions of Outlook (2013).