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Microsoft Office Productivity 101 – Outlook Entry Level (Faculty Support Staff)

Microsoft Office Productivity 101 – entry level workshops designed to set a base level of understanding and use of Microsoft Outlook across all departments and teams.

Description

This 90 minute in person workshop will cover:

  • How to customise  your inbox
  • Searching for information
  • Follow up tags
  • Reminders, categories and folders

We’ll also be covering best practices in the use of email. What it is, what it is not, and how better to manage your workloads.

The workshop will be hosted in the PDC and delivered by Christopher Blake, the Head of Applications. 

Participants can either login to the PDC computers or bring their own surface. 

Other Info

This is an entry or refresher course for most people. Future workshops will get into more advanced features. Let us know your suggestions on what you would like to see in future workshops.

Target Audience

This entry level workshop has been designed for colleagues who have just started working with Outlook, in addition to colleagues who would like to refresh their skills.

This specific workshop will focus on examples that may be more useful for Faculty Support colleagues however the basic skills are the same and all colleagues are welcome to attend.

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