Outlook 2007 - Face to Face Classes

Class Outline

This class introduces the new features and functionality in Outlook 2007. By the end of the session you will be able to navigate through the new user features; be able to locate the common commands you’re used to using every day; and work with attachments, calendars and resources.

  • What’s changed and why
    • Introducing the ribbon
      • Tabs
      • Groups
      • Commands 
    • Mini Toolbar
    • Quick Access Toolbar 
      • Right click to add favorite commands
    • Shortcuts
      • Start with Alt for menu items
    • Options
      • New message
      • Office Button editor options 
    • The “To-Do” Bar replaces the task pad
    • A new look for the calendar
      • Bigger buttons
      • Back and forward buttons
    • “To-Do” area
  • Everyday Commands
    • Address Book (and Distribution lists) 
    • Show BCC field
    • Signatures
    • Flags and reminders
    • Calendar entries
      • Appointments
      • Meetings
  • Attachments
    • Options for sending attachments (File Scatter) 
    •  Blocked attachments 
    •  Previewing
    • How others receive your attachments
    • How others can view attachments that you send
  • Calendars
    • Sharing
    • Overlaying
    • Sending
  • Resources

Note: You may (you don't have to) use your own laptop in class if you will already have Office 2007 installed AND you have a CD or DVD disk drive. Please indicate if you will be bringing your own to class. Type that in to the "notes" section of your personal information page during the sign up process.