Microsoft Outlook 2000 Basic Overview
Date & Time
Tuesday, October 31, 2000
9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Cuyahoga County Public Library--Administration Building
Electronic Classroom
2111 Snow Road Parma, Ohio
$40 CAMLS Members
$48 Affiliate libraries
$147 Non-members

Deadline: Tuesday, October 24, 2000
Limit: 18
This full-day class covers a general overview of Outlook’s basic features. Students will be exposed to two main areas: Communication through e-mail, and Outlook’s PIM (Personal Information Management) functionality. The e-mail portion of the class covers basic sending and receiving techniques. This includes how to correctly reply and forward messages utilizing various sending options such as return receipts, and notifications of delivery. Also covered is how to create and download file attachments, how to use the “Personal Address Book”, and how to create Personal Distribution Lists.

The PIM (Personal Information Management) portion of the class instructs the student how to use Outlook as a desktop manager to locate and retrieve files and how to create application folders to access commonly used programs. Using scheduling features, class participants will create appointments, schedule group meetings, and manage recurring events. They will also learn how to manage simple projects using the “Task Pad,” organize ideas through the use of “sticky notes,” and how to use Outlook as a contact management program.

Intended Audience
Users who are new to Microsoft Outlook, or those upgrading from Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Schedule +. Prerequisite: Basic experience usingWindows 95, 98 or 2000
John Paul is the president and owner of WinSoft, a software training firm. He has been a professional speaker for over seven years. He routinely conducts computer seminars nationwide and is an expert in the Microsoft Office product line.