Certification: MOS Microsoft Office Specialist - Outlook 2016 Part 1 Basic

Category
Office Productivity
Level
Beginner
Lessons
211
Duration
4h 40m 14s
Last Updated: 2018-06-19
This training path covers the basic functions and features of Outlook 2016. Participants will learn about formatting messages, working with attachments and illustrations, customizing message options, organizing messages, managing your contacts, working with the calendar, and working with tasks and notes.

Career Path: In high-growth industries, entry-level employees who hold a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification can earn up to $16,000 more, annually, than their peers. Five times as many high-growth/high-salary positions require experience with Office than all non-Microsoft software skills combined. Twenty-nine percent of tomorrow’s high-growth/high-wage positions require Office or Office-related skills.

This is the first course in the Microsoft Office Outlook 2016 path. Upon completion of this course, participants should take Microsoft Office Outlook 2016: Part 02.
Office 2013 combines cloud and web technologies to extend the way you create and consume information and introduces a new cloud app model for you to build secure and flexible apps—all discoverable from the familiar Office interface.

Certification Exam Details:
Participants who complete this path can take Exam 77-731 for Microsoft Office Outlook 2016.

This path is part of the training that will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification. Learn more about this certification.
Category
Office Productivity
Level
Beginner
Lessons
211
Duration
4h 40m 14s
Microsoft Office Outlook 2016: Part 01 - Module 01 - Getting Started With Outlook 2016
Patrick Loner
I’ve worked in the IT industry for more than 15 years, specializing in Microsoft operating systems, from Windows NT 4.0 up to Windows 10. I’ve worked as a Microsoft Certified Trainer and as an IT consultant, helping companies deploy new operating systems and servers. I have experience in both the deployment and support aspects of Microsoft operating systems.
Patrick LonerInstructor and Curriculum Developer
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