Lesson 18 - IC3BASICS,Internetand...

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IC 3  BASICS, Internet and  Computing Core Certification Key Applications Lesson 18 Working with Outlook
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Working with Outlook – Lesson 18 2 Objectives Identify the parts of the Outlook screen. Schedule and manage appointments. Create and manage contacts. Organize and manage tasks. Send and receive e-mail.
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Working with Outlook – Lesson 18 3 Identify the Parts of the Outlook  Screen Title bar Menu  bar Standard  toolbar  Advanced  toolbar Outlook  bar Status bar Current folder name   Ask a Question box Current folder Preview pane Shortcuts
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Working with Outlook – Lesson 18 4 Outlook Folders This table shows some frequently used Outlook folders. Outlook Bar Shortcut/  Folder Name Use This Folder to Inbox Send, receive, organize e-mail messages. Calendar Schedule appointments, meetings and events. Contacts Store names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail  addresses. Outlook Today Get of overview of current Outlook data. Tasks Create lists of things to do. Deleted Items Store items deleted from other folders.
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Working with Outlook – Lesson 18 5 The Outlook Calendar The Calendar folder contains three  separate areas to help you create and  track appointments: Appointment Book: Create and display  appointments. Date Navigator: Locate and display dates in  the past or future. TaskPad: Display items from the task list.
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Working with Outlook – Lesson 18 6 The Calendar Window This figure shows the various parts of the Outlook Calendar. Date Navigator TaskPad Appointment Book Preview Pane
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Working with Outlook – Lesson 18 7 Schedule an Appointment To schedule an appointment: Click the date of the appointment in the Date Navigator to  display that date in the Appointment Book. Click the  New Appointment  button on the Standard toolbar. Key the subject of the appointment in the Subject text box of the  Untitled Appointment form. Key the Location of the appointment. Select the Start Time of the appointment. Set the End Time if necessary Click the  Save and Close  button The appointment will be visible in the Appointment Book  page for that date.
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8 A Completed Appointment Form This  is  the  form  that  appears  when  you  click  the  New   Appointment  button. The Subject and  Location are  entered here. The date will be preset  when this box opens. Set the Start  Time here. Outlook assumes appointments are  for 30 minutes. Set the End Time if  more time is required. Set an audible reminder. 
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2012 for the course IMS 101 taught by Professor Novak during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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