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UIUC -- location to be announced
fee waived for Urbana faculty/staff
Creating a contacts list in Outlook 2010 can save you time when sending an email message. Once you have entered a name as a contact, you can add business or personal information such as phone numbers and addresses. In this 2-hour short course you will learn how to work in the Contacts window to add a new contact (manually and from a received email message); change contacts view; use color categories to organize your contacts; search for a contact; and print a contacts list. We will also look at contact groups (email distribution lists).
The Tasks features of Outlook 2010 help you create lists of task-related items. We will look at the different views in the Task window; we will add tasks (including recurring tasks); attach items to a task; assign and track a task; and print tasks.