Microsoft Outlook Classes
Increase your efficiency with Outlook by attending a hands-on instructor-led class at the Computer Education & Training Center at UMSL. Learn to create rules to process messages automatically, use tools for finding and organizing messages, and discover other techniques to be more productive.
Time Management Using Outlook
(Prerequisite: Experience with Windows and Outlook.) Burdened by too many emails and too little time? Learn the OHIO method - only handle it once - to reduce your email load and clutter. Learn how to use email to make an appointment or create a new contact for the email sender using Outlooks built-in command options. Learn how to create rules with alerts that will prompt you when an immediate response is needed. Discover effective ways to search folders and how to use rules to move emails to folders so that you have an organized system to find important emails when you need them. Use Outlook Tasks to keep track of your tasks and those of others on your team. Learn how to apply due dates to tasks and how to assign task to others. Discover how Outlook can give you the flexibility to write an email today have it sent on a scheduled date and time. Other topics include tips and tricks to save time, and Outlook options that will allow you to be more productive. [Course Outline]
|Half-Day Class Meets 8:30am-11:30am (3 hours)|
|E0100||Thurs., July 18||West County||Tina Wolk Hefner|
|E0090||Tues., Sept. 3||West County||Beth Arrowsmith|
If you would like to register for a course, call (314) 984-9000 or register online.
You may be also interested in other Microsoft Office classes available including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Access VBA, and SharePoint.