Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Outlook for New and Novice Users

Outlook for New and Novice Users

Get a quick introduction to Outlook and its key features

If you’re a new user of Outlook or have never had formal training, this foundation-level course is for you.

What you’ll learn:
Email takes up large amount of time in today’s business world: not just reading and replying, but managing it too. Outlook is a commonly used email program that’s packed with potential to streamline email management – if you know how. In this half-day introductory course you’ll become familiar with the interface and learn Outlook’s key tools to manage emails, schedule tasks and set up meetings.

After, you’ll be able to…

  • Navigate Outlook, create and manage mail, and find key information.
  • Record and monitor tasks, record appointments and set up meetings.
  • Store key contact information.
  • Print email and Calendar.​

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