Microsoft Outlook is the world's most popular application for reading email, managing a calendar and connecting to people, and Horizons Learning Group courses for Outlook will teach you basic to advanced features. Whether you're new to Outlook or an advanced user, our training will cover all you need to know to become an Outlook power user.
We offer world-class training for several versions of Microsoft Office including 2016, 2013, 2010 and earlier. All our courses are delivered by one of our Microsoft Certified Trainers ready to help you or your employees get the most out of Outlook.
What's new for Microsoft Outlook 2016?
With SkyDrive and SharePoint Integration you can now share and collaborate with your team members on important tasks, from remote locations. Key features include:
- Browse and create groups from the ribbon
- Archive (Office 365)
- Clutter to help sort low priority messages
- Query box to easily locate Outlook tools and features
- Outlook Groups for easier team collaboration
Microsoft Outlook courses at New Horizons Learning Group will teach you how to:
- Use features of Outlook
- Compose and organize your email
- Working with contacts
- Use calendar features
- Do Outlook tasks
Your Outlook training will help prepare you for Microsoft Office Specialist certification. This certification is helpful if you are new to the job market, or looking to get ahead in your current position. Check out more details here:
Microsoft Office Certification proves that you have core to advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications. Certification is helpful for those new to the workforce or transitioning to a more analytical role, since it proves you can perform tasks at a higher level. This gives you a leg up against competing candidates.
Holding a MOS certification can earn an entry-level business employee as much as $16,000 more in annual salary than uncertified peers.*
* Anderson, Cushing, and John F. Gantz. Skills Requirements for Tomorrow’s Best Jobs: Helping Educators Provide Students with Skills and Tools They Need. IDC/Microsoft. October 2013