Microsoft Outlook Courses

by Jonathan O'Brien 25. March 2014 13:45
  Learn Microsoft Office Outlook 2013, 2010, 2007 or 2003 with hands-on computer training at Certified Staffing Solutions. Microsoft Outlook is one of the most popular email applications. It provides an integrated solution for managing your time and information, connecting across boundaries, and remaining in control of the information that reaches you. Microsoft Outlook 2013, the newest version, has a brand new look. It’s cleaner, but it’s also designed to help you focus on what’s ... [More]

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Microsoft Outlook Training

by Jonathan O'Brien 5. June 2012 15:11
Outlook 2007 - Basic - 1 daysThis ILT Series course, rated 4.9/5.0 in overall quality by ProCert Labs, covers the basic functions and features of Outlook 2007. Students will create e-mail accounts and send e-mail messages using several techniques. They will also learn how to manage e-mail messages, contacts, tasks, and meeting requests. Finally, students will customize Outlook for maximum efficiency. Comes with CertBlaster exam prep software (download). Also available with a companion CBT pro... [More]

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Additional Microsoft Office Marketed Locations

by Jonathan O'Brien 13. October 2011 16:05
We've expanded the amount of U.S. locations we market our Online Instructor-led Microsoft Office Courses to by added all the U.S. Micropolitan Areas. This brings up the number of cities we are marketing our Online Instructor led and Onsite classes up to nearly 1,000. [More]

Microsoft Office 2010 Traniing Dates Scheduled

by Administrator 17. November 2010 16:11
We have scheduled dates for the new Microsoft Office 2010 courses. We have been receiving an increased amount of inquiries the past few months to start offering these courses on the public schedule and have put out dates through the end of 2011. [More]

Remind an email recipient with a message flag (Microsoft Outlook)

by Administrator 25. October 2010 11:20
If you send an important email, you can easily remind the recipient to review it with an email flag. To do so, launch a new Message form. [More]

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Microsoft Office Training

by Jonathan O'Brien 15. September 2010 23:44
Arrange a private Microsoft Office Class: Certified Staffing Solutions can arrange private Instructor-led training courses on the Microsoft Office Suite for groups and individuals in your area. [More]

Send email to a distribution list minus a few names (Outlook 2003)

by Jonathan O'Brien 14. September 2010 10:23
It can be a real pain when you have a large distribution list and you want to remove just a few names from before sending an email. [More]

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Microsoft Outlook Training Courses

by Jonathan O'Brien 31. August 2010 10:30
Learn the skills to use and master Microsoft Outlook with our hands-on, instructor-led training courses. Our Microsoft Outlook classes are task-based and focus on real-world uses and challenges individuals face in their day to day environments. [More]

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Tip: Text message a cell phone using Outlook (2000/2002/2003)

by Jonathan O'Brien 30. August 2010 17:04
You don't need text messaging, or a cell phone for that matter, to send text messages to someone who has the service. Virtually every mobile phone and carrier around these days offers Short Message Service protocol, or phone messaging. It's a simple method of sending messages between the mobile phone and another device. Usually, you tediously enter your message into your phone (via the 12 tiny alphanumeric keys on the keypad), and then enter the number to which you wish to send the note. However, most people don't realize that you can send a short message from a computer to the phone, since your email client doesn't accept telephone numbers only, as a telephone does. The secret is the carrier. [More]

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Microsoft Outlook training courses

by Jonathan O'Brien 17. August 2010 23:14
Microsoft Outlook training courses available in versions 2003, 2007 & 2010 in over 60 U.S. cities. [More]

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