Using calendars, tasks and contacts in Microsoft Outlook

Do you need to set up meetings in Microsoft Outlook? Or store a list of clients?

Using calendars in Microsoft Outlook can help you keep track of what you are doing when and check whether others are free before scheduling a meeting. Contacts will store information about people you need to keep in touch with and tasks helps you keep on top of your to-do list.

The ‘calendars, tasks and contacts’ module of Lara Mellor Training and Consultancy’s Microsoft Outlook training courses is designed to help you get to grips with using calendars, contacts, tasks and notes.

You will learn:

  • How to work with calendars
    • Use and customise views
    • Add and modify appointments
    • Create and modify recurring appointments
    • Create all day events
    • Add meetings and check for availability
    • Deal with meeting requests
    • Share Calendars
    • Create and work with calendar groups
    • Mark appointments as private
  • How to work with Contacts
    • Use and customise views
    • Add a new contact and modify an existing one
    • Add a new contact group and modify an existing one
    • Send an email to a contact or a contact group
  • How to work with tasks
    • Use and customise views
    • Create a task
    • Assign a task to someone else
    • How flagged emails show up in the tasks
  • How to work with notes
    • Use and customise views
    • How to create a note
    • How to colour code notes

Ready to get started? Get in touch today to book your Microsoft Outlook training. Remember, you can pick and choose your own modules to be sure your team gets the best out of the training and learn valuable skills that they will be able to use within your business straight away.