Outlook Introduction

Learn how to get the most out of Email, Contacts and Calendar.

Outlook is designed to be a desktop information management system, which will help you manage your email, contacts, appointments and tasks. In the first part of this session we will look at how to get the most out of Email, Contacts and Calendar. Then we will look at how Outlook gives you the facility create a task list, assign tasks to others and keep a record of your activities. Finally, we will cover Notes and Journal.

Key content

Email

  • Sending Mail
  • Receiving and Responding to Mail
  • Flagging messages
  • Attachments
  • Signatures

Contacts

  • New Contacts
  • Contact Groups (distribution list)

Calendar

  • Appointments
  • Calendar Sharing
  • Print the Calendar

Other

  • Tasks
  • Notes
  • Journals

Objectives

  • Navigate Outlook and customise the views and settings
  • Explore Email options in depth
  • Create Contacts and Distribution lists efficiently
  • Use the calendar to set up appointments, meetings
  • Open an other users calendar and make appointments on their behalf
  • Use some of the more advanced features in contacts
  • Work with Tasks, notes and Journal

Suitable for

New and existing users

Notes

Please note that this workshop is specifically for PC users. Office 2013 is used. Also suitable for 2010 users.

Cost

Free for University of Auckland and UniServices staff
Free for University of Auckland postgraduate students
$125+GST for others

Dates, times and venues for 2017

January - March 2017                                                    

Tuesday 14 February 2017, 9am-12pm
Room 305, Level 3, Building 620, 49 Symonds Street, City Campus

April - June 2017

There are currently no scheduled sessions for this period.

July - September 2017

Tuesday 12 September 2017, 9am-12pm 
Room 305, Level 3, Building 620, 49 Symonds Street, City Campus