Outlook 2019 Part 1
Outlook 2019 Part 1 is intended for people who have a basic understanding of Microsoft® Windows® and need to know how to manage email communications, contact information, calendar events, tasks, and notes. This course will cover send, receive, and manage email messages, manage contact information, schedule appointments and meetings, and customize the Outlook interface.
To ensure success in this course, learners should be familiar with using personal computers and should have experience using a mouse and keyboard. Learners should also be comfortable working in the current version of Windows, be able to open and close applications, navigate basic file structures, and manage files and folders.
Course ID: OUT19-P1
101: Getting Started with Outlook 2019
102: Formatting Messages
103: Working with Signatures and Attachments
104: Customizing Message Options
105: Organizing Messages, Part 1
Related Module: OUT19-202: Organizing Messages, Part 2
106: Managing Contacts, Part 1
Related module: OUT19-206: Managing Contacts, Part 2
107: Working with the Calendar, Part 1
Related module: OUT19-205: Working with the Calendar, Part 2
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Certificate of Completion
Learners download a certificate upon successful completion of the course
Immediately after the concept discussion, learners complete real-world exercises by following detailed, step-by-step guidance from the instructor
Learners complete additional in-class, hands-on exercises with moderate assistance from the instructor
In this graded exercise, the instructor tests learners’ skills by describing the correct results without providing speciﬁc instructions on how to achieve them
In this graded exercise, learners demonstrate their skills and creativity to achieve the results they envision based on generic instructions
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Learners interact with their instructor in live video
An instructor will answer learners' spontaneous software questions at your place of business
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Learners receive onsite follow-up support
Upon request, the instructor will sign a non-disclosure agreement so learners can open working files during training.
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In our Training Portal, learners access DJL Training laptops for live online hands-on training.
Learners' PCs should meet the following requirements:
- 2 GB of available hard disk space
- SVGA monitor at 1024 × 768 or higher resolution
- A version of Windows support by Microsoft
- The latest version of Chrome browser (preferred browser)
For the best learning experience in our instructor-led training portal, we recommend learners use two screens for training.
- On the Remote Lab screen, learners will complete training exercises under the watchful eye of their instructor.
- On the Virtual Classroom screen, learners will see and hear their instructor as they follow the instructor's step-by-step directions. The virtual classroom screen can be a big screen in a conference room or a learner's second monitor.