March 23, 2022

Managing Documents

Some commands you perform in Word apply to the entire document. This course introduces commands to start a new document based on a template, and to print, save, and close your document. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Print a document • Change the print settings • Explain the benefits of using templates • Create a new document • Save your document • Open an existing document • Describe the benefits of pinning a file
March 23, 2022

Getting Started with Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a software tool used by many companies for sending email. You can also use it for managing your calendar, scheduling meetings, and keeping track of tasks you need to do. This course introduces you to Outlook, including areas of the screen and terminology you must know to use the software successfully. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Describe the purpose of Microsoft Outlook • Describe some of the benefits of using email • Explain how the calendar is used • Describe creating contacts • List the basic features of the task list • Describe the different areas of the Outlook screen • List different methods for getting help
March 23, 2022

Working with Images

A photo, diagram, or other image is a useful addition to a document. Word offers various commands to insert images and then format them. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Explain how to insert illustrations in Word • Describe different types of illustrations you can insert into a Word document • Understand how to resize an illustration • Understand how to rotate an illustration • Define contextual tools tab • List the steps for cropping an illustration • Apply a style to an illustration • Change an illustration’s position on the page • Use various options to wrap text around an illustration
March 23, 2022

Sending Email

Sending email is a task you will perform frequently in Outlook. This course introduces you to the process of sending email, including details about how to attach files and automatically check the spelling of email messages when you send them. By the end of this course, you will be able to • List the steps for creating and sending an email message • Describe how to choose addressees from the address book • List tips for making sure your email message is clear • Describe the process for attaching a document to an email message • Explain how to check the spelling and grammar in an email message • Explain the purpose of the Outbox and Sent Items folders
March 23, 2022

Using Document Layout Options

Document layout options change how the text in your document is arranged. They help you design your document and arrange the text on the page. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Define the term document layout • Adjust the width of the margins • Change the document orientation • Choose a paper size • Change the number of columns used to display text • Define the terms snaking and side-by-side columns • Describe how to use page, column, and section breaks • Insert headers and footers • Use the Header & Footer Tools tab to insert information into the header or footer
March 23, 2022

Receiving Email

When someone else sends you an email message, Outlook usually places it in your Inbox. From your Inbox, you can read the message, reply to it, or take other actions. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Explain how Outlook lets you know when you have new email messages • Describe how to open and close the email message window • Explain how to preview or save email attachments • Change the status of an email from unread to read and from read to unread • Respond to email messages you receive • Explain the differences between the Reply, Reply All, and Forward commands • List the steps for searching for specific email messages • Describe the purpose of the Junk Email folder
March 23, 2022

Using Find and Replace

Searching for text in a document and replacing it with different text can be tedious and time consuming. The Find and Replace commands automate the process of searching for text and, if needed, replacing it with different text. Using these commands can save significant amounts of time when you are editing a document. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Describe the difference between finding and replacing text • Turn the Navigation pane on and off • Use the Headings and Pages options to move to a specific location in your document • Find text in your document • Use the Results option to review the result of finding text • Understand the benefits of the Advanced Find command • Describe the Match Case, Format, and Special options • Describe how to use Replace All to replace text • Describe how to replace text using the Replace and Find Next buttons
March 23, 2022

Changing the Screen Layout

The arrangement of information on a computer screen influences how easy it is to find the information you are looking for. Outlook provides several commands that enable you to arrange the information on the screen. By the end of this course, you will be able to • Describe commands used to change how your Outlook screen is displayed • Explain how to change the number of lines of information displayed in the message preview • Understand how to sort email messages • Understand how to group email messages Describe different options for the Folders Pane, Reading Pane, and To-Do Bar
March 23, 2022

Using the Outlook Calendar

Everyone has events and meetings that they need to keep track of. Outlook enables you to manage calendar items, set up meetings with other people, and get to your meetings on time. By the end of this course, you will be able to • View your calendar by month, day, and week • Explain the difference between an appointment and a meeting • Schedule one-time appointments and meetings • Schedule recurring appointments and meetings • Edit or delete appointments and meetings • Add reminders to appointments and meetings • Use the Scheduling Assistant to see when attendees are free to meet • Accept or decline a meeting invitation • Propose a new time for a meeting you are invited to