Microsoft Outlook - Email, Calendar and Contacts: Supports Outlook 2010, 2013, and 2016 (Paperback)Category: Marilyn Monroe 2010 CalendarThis manual will provide a better understanding of the Microsoft Outlook interface, TriPane layout, different views, and the ribbon System. It will also teach the skills needed to send E-mail using special options such as Delivery Receipt, Read Receipt, Voting, Importance, Sensitivity, Delay Delivery, and replies sent to multiple recipients. Additionally, receiving E-mail options such as moving to folders automatically, Quick Steps, and Rules will also be covered. The manual will explain how to apply color coding in Calendars, Notification, Recurring Events, as well as how to manage multiple calendars. Students will also learn how Contacts can be used to store information for remembering important people, as well as the integration of E-mail and Calendar. This manual will also cover Microsoft Exchange features for those who are connected to an Exchange server, and will review several less popular productivity features such as Tasks, and Notes. In the Appendix, we have included many examples of creating Rules, Email Options, and Import/Export capabilities. Commands are provided for Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013. What's is in the workbook? Click on the left side of the screen: Look Inside!Enter one of the following keywords: Email, Calendar, Tasks, Contacts, Send, Receive, etc.Take A Class: http: //www.elearnlogic.com/download/schedule.pdf Design Strategy This workbook is designed in conjunction with an Online-Instructor-Led course (for more information see: www.elearnlogic.com). Unlike other computer guides, students will not need to review lengthy procedures in order to understand a topic. All that is necessary are the brief statements and command paths located within the guide that demonstrate how a concept is used. There are many Step-By-Step Practice Exercises and more comprehensive Student Projects used to better understand a concept. Furthermore, students will find that this workbook guide is often used as a reference to help users understand concepts quickly. An index is also provided on the last page of the workbook to reference important topics as necessary. However, if more detail is needed for study, the Internet can be used to search a concept. Also, if student's skills are weak due to lack of use, they can refresh their knowledge quickly by visually scanning the concept needed and then testing them out using the application.