Intro To MS Outlook II

Introduction to Microsoft Outlook Part II
Computer Training Class at the library
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11/29/2011 | 07:00PM - 09:00PM

Computer Training Center

Adults, Adults

Computer Training

Description

Building upon the skills learned in MS Outlook Part I, this course covers more advanced Outlook topics. Students will learn how to create and use contacts, attach files, search for messages, create rules for managing your mail, use the calendar and tasks.

Prerequisites

MS Outlook Part One class or equivalent email experience. For registrants who have the MS Office Suite.

Note

This class replaces the Email Basics Part II class offered using Yahoo! If you already are comfortable using Outlook take the Part III class to be offered in December. It will focus on the features new to Outlook 2010.

Fees

  • Library Cardholders -- $5 per class. The $5.00 fee will be added to Library cardholder accounts after the cardholder has registered for a class. 
  • Non-cardholders -- $10.00 per class.  Non-cardholders must pay the $10.00 fee at registration.

Cancellation Policy

Please take your commitment seriously. Remember, your registration locks out someone else. If you cannot attend, you MUST call 732-390-6767 at least 24 hours before class time or cancel your registration online. If you do not attend and fail to cancel, the $5 registration fee is nonrefundable and will be charged to your library account. Customers with fines exceeding $5 will have a blocked library card until the fine is paid. The $10.00 fee for noncardholders is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by The Library. Your fee may be applied to another class at a future date.

Call the Information Desk at 732-390-6767 for more information.

Registration Requirements 

Please register early.  Registration will be closed 48 hours before the start of a class.  If there are less than six people registered at that time the class will be cancelled. 

Contact the Trainers


The class is full. You will be placed on the waiting list and contacted should space become available.


Intro To MS Outlook II