Emails With Outlook Express (Microsoft Windows XP)

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Emails With Outlook Express (Microsoft Windows XP)


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Objectives

At the end of the course, you will be able to :
* Create and send emails
* Receive and open emails
* Create a Address Book and .use it to send an email
* Insert documents into emails
* Use Cc (carbon copy) and Bcc (blind carbon copy)
* Reply to or forward a received email
* Create a Group Mailing List
* Save a picture received as an attachment.
* Print a received message.

Description

This Email Course covers sending, receiving and deleting emails, using a Drafts folder as well as maintaining an Address Book. Also creating folders and subfolders together with inserting documents into emails. It covers using carbon copies, replying or forwarding a message, attaching files, creating groups for group emailing, printing messages and backing up and exporting your address book.

Prerequisites

Basic skills are required for this course together with familiarity with the keyboard mouse functions.

Duration

4 sessions of 2 hours per session


SeniorNet Hutt City Inc.
July 2012

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