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This is the Orientation that I give students when they attend Microsoft Outlook 2010 class. The big question is - why use an email program?

This is the Orientation that I give students when they attend Microsoft Outlook 2010 class. The big question is - why use an email program?

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Microsoft Outlook 2010 - Orientation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. InstructorJuanita McDowellA Better OutlookUsing an Email Program to Schedule, Organize &Prospect
  • 2. Orientation
  • 3. Business ChallengesA Need forOrganization
  • 4. Business ChallengesA Need to Consolidate.Go Paperless.
  • 5. Business ChallengeSave Time.
  • 6. Business ChallengeSave Clicks = Save Time
  • 7. Business ChallengeA Need to Focus onStrategy
  • 8. What do I mean?Email SignatureNon-strategic Approach
  • 9. FantasticBenefits of Email Convenience Accessibility
  • 10. How can an email program help? Messaging Organization Scheduling Prospecting
  • 11. Warning! “It takes workers 15 minutes to return to mental tasks after dealing with email.” New York Times
  • 12. First Things FirstThe InterfaceOutlook 2010
  • 13. Microsoft Outlook 2010 – Main Screen Home Tab – Default View
  • 14. 1 – Navigation Pane2 – Tabs on the Navigation Pane3 – Ribbon4 – Information Viewer5 – Reading Pane6 – People Pane
  • 15. First Things FirstRibbon BasicsOutlook 2010
  • 16. Home Tab – Ribbon View (Mail)
  • 17. The Ribbon2010 (Mail)File Menu – Back Stage View
  • 18. Outlook 2010 – Back Stage View
  • 19. Outlook 2010 – Back Stage View
  • 20. Outlook 2010 – Back Stage View
  • 21. Outlook 2010 – Back Stage View
  • 22. Outlook 2010 – Back Stage View
  • 23. Outlook 2010 – Back Stage View
  • 24. Quick Access ToolbarTabs Groups Dialog Box Launcher
  • 25. Demo(Handout)