Free Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training Courses
Microsoft has created several free online training courses for their latest Outlook version Outlook 2010. The free training courses are designed for new Outlook users, and users who recently switched from a previous version of Outlook to Outlook 2010.
Each course may offer textual information and / or video contents that demonstrate Outlook 2010 features, commands or the interface.
Lets take a closer look at the training courses offered over at Microsoft's Office website.
- Make the switch to Outlook 2010 - Training Switch from Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010. This course explains how to do familiar tasks, such as send e-mail messages and use the calendar.
- Tame your Inbox: Organize messages by conversation - Training Ever wish you had a smarter, handier way to arrange your Outlook Inbox? Now, learn how Date (Conversations) can simplify and clarify your view. [link]
- Getting started with Outlook 2010 - Article If you know Outlook 2007, used an earlier version of Outlook, or have never used Outlook before, explore these resources to begin learning. [link]
- Download Office 2010 training - Article Get free, downloadable versions of many Office 2010 training courses. Theyâ€™re in PowerPoint 2010 format, so you can customize them for group training. [link]
- Get familiar with the Outlook Calendar - Training Learn how to use the Outlook 2010 calendar to create appointments and meetings, set recurrence, tasks and reminders, and create all-day events [link]
- Use e-mail signatures in Outlook 2010 - Training Learn how to use e-mail signatures. This course shows you how to create signatures, use handwritten signatures, pictures, and complex layouts. [link]
- Use electronic business cards in Outlook 2010 - Training Learn how to create electronic business cards. This course shows you how to edit and format them, and use downloadable card templates. [link]
Here are our recommendations to get started. First, you should take a look at What's new in Microsoft Outlook 2010 to get a feel for the new features in Microsoft Outlook 2010.
Outlook users who are currently using another version of Outlook should take a look at the video training series "make the switch to Outlook 2010" that demonstrates core features in the email client.
The training series for Outlook are probably best suited for inexperienced users, and users who have little computing experience. Still, users who have not worked with Outlook 2010 yet may benefit from the training courses as well, regardless of their experience level.Advertisement