Learn Outlook 2010 by Simon Sez IT is a 5-hour course consisting of two chapters. Chapter 1 is geared towards the basics of the program so you can get up to speed using Outlook 2010. Get started opening the Outlook client, then configure your email accounts and discover how to use contacts. Learn to use tasks, to-do lists, the workspace, the Ribbon, notes, appointment scheduling, calendars, reminders, and journals.
The second chapter takes you beyond the basics. It introduces you to more advanced Outlook options such as customizing the workspace and creating groups, PST files, email rules for inbox management, and folders. You’ll then go through formatting emails, attachments, signatures, themes, and stationary. Before wrapping up, you’ll get a comprehensive breakdown on completing tasks, delegating tasks to others, security, phishing, managing junk mail/spam, filtering, searching, archiving, cleanup, and more.
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The “IT" in Simon Sez IT stands for “Information Technology." We offer instruction to help learners win when it comes to computer and software technology. Learning software skills in an easy, self-paced way for an affordable price is what Simon Sez IT is all about.
The company was founded in 2008 by Chris “Simon" Calder, Director of IT operations for one of Los Angeles' most prestigious institutions. In this role, Simon saw the need for low-stress software training for hundreds of employees in his company who were facing technological upgrades at work. That's how the idea of Simon Sez IT was born.
Since then, Simon Sez IT has built a rapid and loyal following. At a time when many companies were struggling to survive, Simon Sez IT thrived—providing accessible, low-cost computer and software training to people of all ages, regardless of their computer experience. In our first four years alone, we serviced tens of thousands of satisfied customers in over 180 countries.