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Time & Project Management with Microsoft Outlook 2010-3 Part series-Recordings

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Time & Project Management with the help of Microsoft Outlook 2010

3 Part Series-Recordings

Presented by: Michaela Ditchfield

Purchase Instructions

When you purchase this product, you will receive a receipt confirming your purchase. IPBC staff will be notified of your purchase and send you a follow-up email containing:

You will receive all 3 recordings of the lesson for your own personal use. It may not be sold or used for commercial purposes.

The sessions are 60mins in length including a Q & A period. You will also receive written responses to the Q&A asked during the session.

Please contact IPBC staff if you have not received this email within one business day of your purchase.

Course Curriculum

Session 1's Topic is called General; what will that cover, you ask?

Ever wished you did not have to look for a command or get to it faster? Or don't like how things are displaying? How about those categories; are you getting the most out of them? Got too much e-mail and searches take too long; ever considered managing your folders differently to find things faster? And what if you could have incoming e-mail go directly to specific folders?

To get answers to these questions we will cover customizing the Quick Access Toolbar, customizing and using Categories, changing your view in e-mail, calendar, and tasks through the Layout tools, look at customizing folders to keep you organized, and touch on setting up rules to automate processing incoming mail.


Session 2 will touch on calendars, tasks, and contacts

Did you know you could have multiple calendars overlaying to keep business and personal obligations separated yet visible at the same time? Have you ever considered using recurring appointments to keep you organized? Find your day is getting overbooked? What to use, task or calendar for one time or recurring obligations? Ever looked for a contact and couldn't find it? Are you using groups to push out mass e-mails? Ever missed a contact's birthday?

During this session you will learn how to create and use multiple calendars, take advantage of the recurrence tool, determine if task or calendar is the better choice for you, establish conventions and best practice for setting up contacts, create contact groups, and learn how to make the best of the fields in contacts to build stronger relationships.

Session 3 will focus on e-mail

This topic is a standalone because we all receive so many e-mails and we all wished we could process them more efficiently. In a perfect world handling an item only once would be ideal, however with e-mails that may be unrealistic to expect.

Do you use more than one e-mail account? Are you missing deadlines? Are others missing deadlines? Ever flagged an e-mail without a subject line and wished you could change the subject? Did you know that with some simple steps to can keep your e-mail folders uncluttered and manage hard drive space? Why would you use BCC and not CC in some instances?

Learn how to add e-mail accounts, take advantage of flags, categories, and reminders to never miss a deadline again, change the subject line in the task list so it makes sense to you, properly use the mailbox cleanup, archive and cleanup command to stay on top of space/file size, and find out when it makes sense to use BCC versus CC in e-mails.


Our Speaker:

At age 28 Michaela came to Canada from Germany.Her career in Germany revolved around teaching on various topics.Since coming to Canada she spent 12 years in B.C. and 10 years in Manitoba working in the bookkeeping/accounting field.Her experience covers industries such as federal government, manufacturing, services, food & beverage, wholesale, and technology.

Over the years Michaela has trained many individuals and groups not only on job specific task but on software and how to get the most out of them.She held presentations on charities close to her heart and presentations on financial topics to educate non-accounting departments on how important the "bean counters” are to and for them.

Michaela retired as the director of finance with a Winnipeg based technology & software developer in December 2009.Shortly thereafter Michaela and her husband moved to Brandon, MB as their chosen retirement residence for the summer and setting up a puppy friendly home in Arizona for the winter.Full time retirement however, proved to be a challenge – if you ask Michaela why, then she will most likely just tell you that it was too boring.In June 2010 Michaela joined the IPBC and within weeks obtained her CPB certification.

Today Michaela is the sole proprietor of MD Accounting Resources.An opportunity presented itself to start teaching again and this time with topics specific to bookkeeping.Michaela quickly found her niche as she rediscovered her love for teaching.Michaela is actively teaching Simply Accounting courses in-class as well as online and is proud to add MicrosoftOutlook to her lineup of courses.





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