From the time of its introduction by Microsoft in the late 1990’s, Microsoft Outlook has been a standard package for innumerable organizations around the world. Part of the world famous Microsoft Office system, Microsoft Outlook is a very popular personal information manager.
In the two decades of its launch, Microsoft Outlook has undergone various improvements. The additions that are made to it are aimed at improving user experience and adding features that go on to make it more useful for users.
Needs to be put to full use
Despite its being in the market for such a long time, many users do not know the full extent to which Microsoft Outlook can be put. When explored fully, Microsoft Outlook offers a bouquet of features that go beyond just sending and receiving mails and making appointments on the calendar.
The ways of optimizing Microsoft Outlook for office use and making it a more useful personal information manager will be the content of a webinar that is being organized by Compliance4All, a leading provider of very cost-effective professional trainings in all the areas of regulatory compliance.
Understand the ways of optimizing the use of Microsoft Outlook
At this webinar, Mike Thomas, a subject matter expert in a range of technologies including Microsoft Office and Apple Mac, who is a Fellow of The Learning and Performance Institute and has worked with and for a large number of global and UK-based companies and organizations across a diverse range of sectors, will be the speaker.
To get a better understanding of how to put your Microsoft Outlook package to much better use, please register for this webinar by logging on to
Control Microsoft Outlook; don’t let it control you
Mike will offer simple and easy guidance on how to put Microsoft Outlook to far greater use than people are normally used to. Microsoft Outlook. The point about Microsoft Outlook is that if it is put to the right use, it facilitates a number of functions that the user will find thorough useful and beneficial.
If it is not, Microsoft Outlook has the potential to throw the user’s work schedule into disorder, as many of its functions can confuse the user who does not know how to use it to the maximum.
Mike will show participants of this webinar the simple way of controlling Microsoft Outlook, rather than letting Microsoft Outlook control the user. He will cover the following areas at this session:
o The 4D’s of email management
o Configure Outlook for distraction free productivity
o How to use Rules to automate email processing
o How to use Quick Steps to automate a series of actions
o The benefits of Tables
o Creating data visualizations using Shapes and SmartArt
o Converting emails into Tasks
o Using Categories to tag emails, calendar items and Tasks
o Using Views to display information in a way that suits you.