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Microsoft Outlook Training August 2009. Agenda Calendar functions –Appointments –Reminders –Notes –Tasks –Layout changes Email Functions –Organization.

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1 Microsoft Outlook Training August 2009

2 Agenda Calendar functions –Appointments –Reminders –Notes –Tasks –Layout changes Functions –Organization –New addresses/contacts –Distribution/group lists –Layout changes –Junk mail

3 Setting Appointments In Outlook, when you enter an item in your Calendar, you'll choose one of three types of entry. By knowing the different choices, you can be more effective when you schedule things. Appointment An appointment is an activity that involves only you. Meeting A meeting is similar to an appointment. The difference is that you invite other people to it. All day event This event is an activity that lasts all day long but doesn't block out time in your Calendar. With an event, you can still have other items appear in your schedule for that day.

4 Notes Tasks Adjusting Layout

5 Creating a Signature How you could create an signature: On the Tools menu, you'd click Options. Then you'd click the Mail Format tab. Then you'd click the Signatures button.

6 Organizing s with Color Once you select a message and click the Organize command on the Tools menu, you're just a few quick steps away from color-coded messages. Select Using Colors. Set up the rule for color coding. Click Apply Color.

7 Organizing s into Folders Right-click Inbox. Click New Folder. To create a folder in your Inbox, you would right-click Inbox and click New Folder on the shortcut menu (as shown in the picture). From there, you would type the name of the new folder and click OK. Favorite Folders pane

8 Adding a Contact/Distribution List Choose Address Book.

9 Pull down menu to choose “contacts”

10 For just one contact, choose New Contact Click ok

11 Fill in whatever fields are important for your purposes.

12 If you need to create a group to , select New Distribution List

13 If you are selecting members from the global address book (OCPS) then choose Select Members If you need to add addresses that are not part of the OCPS database, click Add New.

14 Type in the names of the people for your group members Name, Save and Close and your Group is created.

15 Adjusting Layout Reading Panes Auto Preview Toolbars

16 Junk Mail Blocking senders –Cannot block members of the OCPS network –Can block external senders

17 IPDP Reminder Don’t forget that you need to be working on your IPDP. If you have any questions or issues, please see Tiffany or Maggie in AD 163.


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