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Completing Searches, Printing Items, and Working with RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
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Overview/Description
Microsoft Outlook 2007 is a versatile e-mail client application that offers numerous features for interacting and sharing information with others. This course demonstrates the new Outlook 2007 search feature, Instant Search, which is used to locate and manipulate e-mail messages and other Outlook items. It also explores printing options using a variety of print styles. Lastly, RSS feeds will be discussed in depth, explaining how Outlook 2007 users can conveniently view content from multiple sources, such as news outlets or blogs, from a central location.

Target Audience
End User

Prerequisites
Basic knowledge of word processing and computing; familiarity with the Microsoft Windows and Office environments, and a very basic understanding of the Internet

Expected Duration (hours)
2.0

Lesson Objectives

Completing Searches, Printing Items, and Working with RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007

  • create a private folder with permission for other users to access it, given a scenario
  • create a public folder with permission to share it with other users, given a scenario
  • move items between private and public folders, given a scenario
  • recognize how to perform a basic search using Instant Search
  • recognize how to perform an advanced search using Instant Search
  • create a Search Folder, given a scenario
  • create a public folder, given a scenario
  • move items between private and public folders, given a scenario
  • use Instant Search to find an e-mail message, given a scenario
  • print Outlook items, given a scenario
  • print an e-mail message with an attachment, given a scenario
  • print an address book, given a scenario
  • print a meeting request and the list of attendees, given a scenario
  • add an RSS Feed, given a scenario
  • read an RSS Feed, given a scenario
  • cancel an RSS Feed, given a scenario
  • subscribe to an RSS feed, given a scenario
  • view an RSS feed, given a scenario
  • cancel an RSS feed but keep all the content, given a scenario
  • Course Number:
    mo_bgol_a05_dt_enus