- Navigating in Outlook
- Printing and saving
- Creating messages
- Managing messages
- Creating calendar appointments and events
- Creating meetings
- Creating contacts
- Managing tasks
- Taking the sample exam for Outlook 2019
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Narrator] Hi, my name is Megan Bross and my goal is to help you achieve MOS Certification by preparing for the Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Outlook 2019. I'm a Certified MOS Master Instructor and I also have 40 certifications myself. I know what it feels like to take the test. Over the past 20 years, I've helped thousands of professionals improve their productivity using Microsoft Office. I'll walk you through all of the MOS exam objectives and the structure of the exam. You'll learn to manage Outlook settings, search operations and options for printing and saving Outlook items. I'll cover managing messages, which includes creating and formatting message content, as well as organizing and managing messages. Next, you'll learn to manage schedules, including creating and managing calendars. You'll learn to create appointments, meetings and events. You'll also learn to organize calendar items. Finally, I'll cover managing contact records and contact groups, as well as creating and managing tasks. I'll include practice activities in each chapter and a final practice exam at the end of the course. This will help you prepare to take the official MOS exam for PowerPoint 2019, let's get started.
Using the exercise files1m 1s
1. Microsoft Office Specialist Exam Overview
2. Manage Outlook Settings and Processes
3. Manage Messages
4. Manage Schedules
5. Manage Contacts and Groups
6. Practice Exam
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