Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training DVD - Tutorial Video. Self Paced Learning Made Easy.

Share Article

Learning Microsoft Outlook 2010 is broken down into simple, practical steps in this new training video from Infinite Skills.

Professional training and eLearning solutions company Infinite Skills has released a new video course introducing the tools available in Microsoft Outlook 2010. With a task-focused approach, the training guides users through fundamental techniques and practical workflows useful in any home or business environment. The tutorials are designed to be simple, effective, and fun. Narrated by experienced Microsoft instructor Guy Vaccaro, the engaging videos combine onscreen guidance with helpful spoken tips for a more complete learning experience. The Outlook tutorial video course includes over eight hours of training, with 144 focused lessons revealing how the software is best put to use. Free evaluation videos are available on the Infinite Skills web site, allowing users to sample the high quality of the training without obligation.
http://infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-outlook-2010.html

The Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training package is built around a proven, video-based instructional method that emphasizes real world skills over memorization or needless pouring through help menus and toolbars. The viewer gains a complete knowledge of the program by using its functions realistically, seeing how separate tools and elements work together to compose emails and messages, create calendars and schedules, and make planning and organization a key part of productivity. The narrated video guidance offers a one-on-one training experience that can be paused and repeated at any point. This option actually makes it more flexible than classroom or seminar courses that can cost more and cover less in the same period of time.

http://infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-outlook-2010.html

As the latest edition of one of the most relied-upon office software tools, Outlook 2010 incorporates new technologies to improve the way people communicate, make plans and work. While in other releases critics claimed Outlook received little attention, the newest version has finally been brought up to speed. With full implementation of Quick Step macros and the ribbon interface, Outlook’s user controls make accessing needed functions faster than ever before. Because it now features a number of plug-ins for social media and web-based email and calendar sites, Microsoft Outlook 2010 has also become compatible with the way people now communicate on the Web.

The MS Outlook 2010 training begins with the functionality that most users want to know about first: email. After covering the basics of receiving and reading, creating and sending and management and deletion, the training moves on to more advanced tools for organization, sorting and junk mail filtering. Contacts are covered next. Viewers are shown how to create an extensive virtual address book that allows them to communicate and manage relevant appointments and more. From here, the tutorials logically lead into Outlook tasks and calendar features, from complex recurring weekly schedules to custom events that happen once. Finally, the Outlook 2010 training also includes more advanced tips for configuring Exchange servers and support for hybrid formats such as SMS messaging.

The Microsoft Outlook 2010 Training can be purchased on DVD or as a direct download through the Infinite Skills website. Several free samples and a full list of lessons is found on the Outlook tutorials webpage:
http://infiniteskills.com/training/learning-microsoft-outlook-2010.html

About Infinite Skills Inc
Utilizing strategic content partnerships and an active in-house production team, Infinite Skills offers an expanding catalog of professional quality training resources for customers worldwide. By emphasizing customer service and technical innovation, the company is working to become the definitive source of eLearning content online.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Colin Boyd
Visit website

Media