Outlook 2010 Essentials _ Open to City of Baltimore employees only
Outlook 2010 Essentials
Open to City of Baltimore employees only
Outlook 2010 is a powerful email application from Microsoft. However, it does much more than that to help you stay organized. With contacts, calendars, and tasks, Outlook can help you manage every aspect of life.
The first in a series of three Outlook 2010 classes, the Essentials class is designed to teach you a basic understanding of Outlook 2010 in a practical way. Incorporating a hands-on approach to learning, participants will have an opportunity to practice some of the basic features in class.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will:
Set up an e-mail account
View the inbox
Send and receive messages
Create and send a new message
Address a new message
Create the body of an email message
Attach files to messages
Mark an item as read or unread
Create folders and use them to organize messages
Create rules for handling messages
Create and organize contacts
Target Audience: Any City Employee
Prerequisite: Basic fluency with Microsoft Office or Introduction to Personal Computers
Time: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Location: City of Baltimore Learning Center
7 E. Redwood / 15th Floor / Adams Computer Lab
Price: $185 per person
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DHR L&D Cancellation Policy
Upon confirmation of enrollment, employees should note the date(s), time(s) and location of the training class(es) on their personal calendars and make every effort to attend as scheduled. Employees should be considerate and understand that by failing to attend a class as scheduled, they limit another employee who may have been able to attend. Any request to cancel a registration needs to be received at least three working days prior to the scheduled class date. If notification is not received at least three working days prior to the class start date, or the applicant does not show up for class, the applicant will be considered a "no show". The agency will be charged for the full amount and no credit or refund will be issued. The Training Division reserves the right to cancel a class if the number of registrations received is such that it would make it cost prohibitive to conduct the class.
If you have any questions or are unable to attend this training, please call the DHR Learning & Development team at 410-396-1411 or email dHJhaW5pbmcgfCBiYWx0aW1vcmVjaXR5ICEgZ292