New Messaging and Collaboration Features in Office 2010
Individual and corporate end-users with a working knowledge of Office 2007’s standard functionality and general computing skills
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The new and enhanced collaboration features of Office 2010 enable users to work in unison to create content, regardless of their location. Enhancements to many of the Office products enable users to work more efficiently, using a combination of their local computer, a browser, a mobile phone or other Web-enabled device, and a phone integrated with Microsoft Office Communications Server. Users can also collaborate in real-time and authors can easily identify content changes by other contributors. This course explores the new features of Outlook 2010, including changes to the interface, the introduction of the People Pane and the Schedule Pane, and enhancements to Unified Messaging. The new features and enhancements of OneNote 2010, including linked notes, improved integration with other Office products, and language features are also covered. The new features and enhancements of SharePoint Workspace 2010, formerly known as Groove, are also discussed. In addition, this course examines new Office 2010 collaboration features, including co-authoring, real-time communication, and unified messaging.
Outlook, OneNote, and SharePoint Workspace 2010
- use new features in Outlook 2010 to manage e-mail and collaborate effectively with team members
- identify key changes to the user interface in Outlook 2010
- recognize the new and enhanced collaboration features in Outlook 2010
- identify the key new and enhanced features in SharePoint Workspace 2010
- use new and enhanced features in OneNote 2010 to create and organize your notes
- use the new and enhanced collaboration features in Office 2010 to work effectively with co-workers and team members
- identify the new and enhanced collaboration features in Outlook 2010, OneNote 2010, and SharePoint Workspace 2010
- create and manage notes, for given examples, using OneNote 2010
- collaborate with team members and manage e-mail using Outlook 2010, in a given scenario