Microsoft Outlook contains a calendar feature that offers organizational tools that are easy for the novice to use, yet powerful enough for the busy manager. It provides us with tools for scheduling appointments, and allows us to share and manage many calendars at the same time. Its innovative viewing and organizing capabilities offer an effective way to simultaneously deal with many complex timetables and agendas. This workshop will teach participants how to get the most out of Outlook. It will cover various topics, including how to make appointments in Outlook, how to color-code your calendar, changing preferences and views, sharing calendars with others, making meeting requests, and more.
This workshop is designed specifically for staff, faculty, or graduate students who have an Outlook Exchange account.
What you'll learn:
•explore the Outlook 2013 calendar interface
•use calendar views, preferences, and defaults
•make appointments and create meeting requests
•understand and use calendar fields
•compare calendars with others
•create and communicate with Outlook groups
•understand calendar sharing with non-IU Outlook users
•add a new calendar for personal use
What you need to know :
•work with the Outlook interface
•compose, format, reply to, and forward email messages
•use IU's global address list
•attach files to email messages
If you don't have those skills, consider first taking the workshop:
IT – Informatics & Communications Technology Complex (ICTC)
535 W. Michigan St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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