Students taking the Advanced Outlook course will learn how to customize the Outlook environment, create custom messages, organize and manage mailboxes, create notes and journal entries and several methods of collaboration.
Mailbox organization and management
Notes and Journals
The target student for this course is an individual who wants to know the advanced features of Microsoft Outlook 2013. Students will get the most out of this course if their goal is to customize Outlook, learn advanced techniques for organizing their mailbox, and share Outlook content.
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Professional Development Units (PDUs)
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Continuing Development Units (CDUs)
CDUs may be earned by attending professional development (e.g. courses, seminars) offered by organizations endorsed by IIBA® and designated as an EEP vendor. As an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider (EEP) Babbage Simmel's IIBA® endorsed courses qualify for CDU credit. For more information about CDUs go the IIBA® web site or call 1-647-426-3735.
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