Date(s) - September 5, 2019
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sioux Center Library
Microsoft Outlook is used for emails and also personal management of information, and is generally part of the Office suite of applications, although it can be purchased separately as a single application. This course covers the basic functions and features of Outlook. Email “Netiquette” will be taught as you learn how to read, create, send, and forward e-mail messages. You will also learn how to organize messages, manage your Outlook calendar, and how to create contacts. Hands-on instruction will be provided with Microsoft Outlook 2016 software. Twyla Vogel serves as the Northwest Iowa Community College Continuing Education Business Coordinator and is certified as a Microsoft Office Specialist. She has a Business Administration Degree from Briar Cliff University and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Sioux Falls. Twyla has many years of experience working with financial businesses and in teaching both basic and customized computer training. 1 Session. Instructor: Twyla Vogel
Instructor: Twyla Vogel
Location: Sioux Center Library
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