1 Outlook 2010 Desk Reference Guide Version 1.0 Developed by OR/WA IRM Please remember to print back-to-back. July 12, 2011
2 Microsoft Outlook 2010 This document has been developed by OR/WA IRM staff to provide assistance during the Bureau s transition to MS Outlook. This is not a complete desk reference manual, but will provide the basic information on most tasks we do every day in our environment. For additional resources and information on Outlook 2010, please refer to the last section of this reference document. References: MS Office 2010 MS Office 2010 Support Website: 2
3 Contents Getting Started Basics... 7 Create a new message... 7 Start a new message... 7 Add recipients... 7 Add an attachment to an message... 7 Open or save an message attachment... 7 Add an signature to messages... 8 Delegate someone else to manage your mail and calendar... 9 Accessing another person s mail and calendar which has been delegated to you Managing Your Folders and Archives Creating a New Folder Moving an Item to another Folder Archiving your Folders Automatically Archiving your Folders Manually Working with your Calendar Create a calendar appointment Schedule a meeting with other people Set a reminder Create Additional Calendars Sharing Calendars Sharing Calendars with Specific People Revoke or change other people's access to your calendar folders Managing your Contacts Create a New Contact Add a contact from a message that you receive Change the view of your contact list Print your contacts Search for a person by name Electronic Business Cards
4 Tracking Tasks Create a Task Track tasks that you have assigned Taking Notes Organizing Notes with Categories Recording in your Journal Record items and files in a journal Outlook Folder Permissions Outlook Help, Links and Resources
5 Introduction Outlook is part of Microsoft Office and is designed to integrate easily with various Office components (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). It is the user-interface to MS Exchange, the server. Three Benefits to using Outlook: 1. BLM s Active Directory's authentication extends to Exchange. This enables a user to simply log on to a computer, start Outlook, and his/her Active Directory credentials will be passed to the Exchange server - no additional typing or separate logon will be required. 2. Outlook offers integrated functions. Outlook includes an address book, calendar, task list and virtual sticky notes. All pieces are integrated; dragging and dropping an message can create an appointment, a task, or a note. Tasks may be delegated with a click or two. Not only does the responsible receiver get informed of the task they ve inherited, but the delegator can get regular status reports. 3. Outlook s user interface is familiar. Since Microsoft Office is BLM s primary Office Suite, the Outlook user interface is familiar to users, lowering the learning curve. In addition to , Outlook has five modules: Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Notes and Journal. Calendar Contacts Tasks Notes Enables you to view and schedule appointments, events, and meetings. Use to store and keep track of addresses, telephone numbers, addresses and other information. Use to organize to-do lists, track task progress, and delegate tasks. Use like electronic Post-it Notes to write down information. Journal Track activities, time spent on any MS Office document, and time spent with a particular contact. 5
6 Getting Started Welcome to MS Outlook 2010! You can change page layout by clicking here. Double click in the search field for Advance Search. Outlook's design mimics a daily planner with . You can sort views by clicking here. You can switch between views by clicking here. The Outlook Today page provides you with a snapshot of your day ahead by giving you a list of the day s appointments and tasks, and gives you a count of unread messages. The navigation system is on the left and the viewing area is on the right, similar to Lotus Notes. The viewing area changes as you move from module to module. Note: If you don t know what a button does, hover the mouse over the button for a few second and a ScreenTip appears. 6
7 Basics Create a new message Start a new message 1. In Mail, on the Home tab, in the New group, click New In the Subject box, type the subject of the message. Add recipients Enter the recipients' names last name, first name or short name. Separate the names with a semicolon (;). To select recipients names from a list in the Address Book, click the To or Cc button. Note: You may want to set the address book to BLM first. Add an attachment to an message Files can be attached to an message. Also, other Outlook items, such as messages, contacts, or tasks can also be included with messages that you send. 1. On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Attach File. 2. Browse to and select the file that you want to attach, and then click Insert. Open or save an message attachment You can open an attachment from the Reading Pane, or from an open message. After opening and viewing an attachment, you may choose to save it to a disk drive. If a message has more than one attachment, you can save multiple attachments as a group or one at a time. Open an attachment Double-click the attachment. Save an attachment 1. Click the attachment in the Reading Pane or the open message. 2. On the Attachments tab, in the Actions group, click Save As. You can also right-click the attachment, and then click Save As. 7
8 Add an signature to messages You can create personalized signatures for your messages that include text, images, a logo, or even an image of your handwritten signature. Create a signature 1. Open a new message. On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures. 2. On the Signature tab, click New. Add a signature In a new message, on the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click the signature that you want. To establish a default signature in all s, select an account. 8
9 Delegate someone else to manage your mail and calendar Similar to having an assistant help you manage your incoming paper mail, you can use Microsoft Outlook to allow another person, known as a delegate, to receive and respond to meeting requests or responses and to send messages on your behalf. By default, the delegate can read only the meeting requests and responses sent directly to the manager. The delegate does not have access to read any other messages in your Inbox unless you change the permissions. See page 22 for full description of permissions available. This is a 3-part process. Part 1 Delegate access to Folder: 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Account Settings, and then click Delegate Access. 3. Click Add. 4. Type the name of the person whom you want to designate as your delegate, or search for and then click the name in the search results list. 5. Click Add, and then click OK. 6. In the Delegate Permissions dialog box, you can accept the default permission settings or select custom access levels for Exchange folders. 7. To send a message to notify the delegate of the changed permissions, select the Automatically send a message to delegate summarizing these permissions check box. 8. If you want, select the Delegate can see my private items check box. 9. Click OK. Part 2 Grant permissions to Mailbox folder: 1. In your Mail view, right click your mailbox folder. Click Folder Permissions. 2. Click Add. 3. Type the name of the person whom you want to grant permissions to, or search for and then click the name in the search results list. 4. Click Add, and then click OK. 5. In the Permission Level drop down box, select the permission settings. 6. In the Other box, select Folder Visible. (This allows delegate to view your mailbox) 7. Click OK. Part 3 Grant permissions to Inbox folder: 1. In your Mail view, right click your In-box folder. Click Properties and then click Permissions. 2. Click Add. 9 Right click your mailbox Right click your In box
10 3. Type the name of the person whom you want to grant permissions to, or search for and then click the name in the search results list. 4. Click Add, and then click OK. 5. In the Permission Level drop down box, select the permission settings. 6. In the Other box, select Folder Visible. (This allows delegate to view your In-box) 7. Click OK. Accessing another person s mail and calendar which has been delegated to you Open another person s folders This is a temporary view of the folder. You will need to repeat the process for future access. 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Open. 3. Click Other User's Folder. 4. In the Folder type list, click the folder that you want to open. 5. In the Name box, enter the name of the person who granted you Sharing or Delegate Access permissions, or click Name to select from a list. Note: To avoid this step in the future, add the person s mailbox to your profile. Add another person's mailbox to your profile The mailbox will appear in the Navigation Pane underneath your Exchange mailbox folders. 1. Click the File tab. 2. Click Account Settings, and then click Account Settings. 3. On the tab, in the list, click your account. 4. Click Change and then click More Settings (lower right corner). 5. On the Advanced tab, under Open these additional mailboxes, click Add, and then enter the mailbox name of the person whose mailbox you want to add to your user profile. If you do not know the mailbox name, ask the person who granted you Delegate Access permissions. 6. Click OK. 7. Click Next and then Finish. 8. Close Outlook and restart. 10
11 Managing Your Folders and Archives Outlook s Personal Folder file (outlook.pst) contains all of your current data. Archived folder files (archive.pst) allow you to place all items you no longer use into a local directory (similar to Lotus Notes archives). Creating a New Folder 1. Right-click any of the existing Outlook folders, and choose New Folder. 2. Enter a name for the new folder in the Name field. 3. Select the folder location from the Select Where to place the folder list box. 4. Click OK. Moving an Item to another Folder 1. Select the item(s) that you want to move. 2. Drag the selected item(s) to the destination folder. Archiving your Folders Automatically 1. Right-click the folder you want to AutoArchive, and then choose Properties. 2. Click the AutoArchive tab. 3. Click OK to close the folder Properties dialog box. Archiving your Folders Manually 1. Choose File, click Cleanup Tools, and select Archive. 2. Choose the Folders you want to Archive. 3. Select a date to determine which items you consider old. (optional) 4. Specify a different filename in the Archive file box (optional) 5. Click OK. 11
12 Working with your Calendar Create a calendar appointment Appointments are activities that you schedule in your calendar that do not involve inviting other people or reserving resources. In the Calendar view, click New Appointment on the Home tab. Schedule a meeting with other people A meeting is an appointment that includes other people and can include resources such as conference rooms. Responses to your meeting requests appear in your Inbox. In the Calendar view, click New Meeting on the Home tab. 12
13 Set a reminder You can set or remove reminders for a variety of items, including messages, appointments, and contacts. For appointments or meetings In an open item, on the Appointment or Meeting tab, in the Options group, in the Reminder drop-down list, select the amount of time before the appointment or meeting when you want the reminder to appear. To turn a reminder off, select None. For messages, contacts, and tasks On the Home tab, in the Tags group, click Follow Up, and then click Add Reminder. Note: You can quickly flag messages as to-do items by using reminders. Right-click the Flag Status column in the message list. If you have the message open, on the Message tab, in the Tracking group, click Follow Up, and then click Add Reminder. Create Additional Calendars In addition to the default Microsoft Outlook Calendar, you can create other Outlook calendars. For example, you can create a calendar for your personal appointments. 1. In Calendar view, in the Manage Calendars group, click on Open Calendar. 2. Click Create New Blank Calendar. 3. Type in the new calendar name, select folder location, and then click OK. The new calendar appears in the Calendar Navigation Pane. 13
14 Sharing Calendars You can create additional calendar folders and choose which of those folders to share. For example, you can create a calendar folder for a specific project and share it with your coworkers. Optionally, you can grant them permission to modify the events and appointments in the calendar. Note: Any message, contact, or task in Outlook can by marked private so that others don't see the item in a shared folder. Sharing Calendars with Specific People 1. In the Calendar view, in the Share group, click Share Calendar. 2. In the Sharing Invitation that appears, enter the person that you want to share with in the To box. 3. Enter or select any other options that you want, and then click OK. Revoke or change other people's access to your calendar folders At any time, you can change or revoke someone's access permissions to your calendar folders. 1. In Calendar, in the Navigation Pane, right-click the calendar folder for which you want to change permissions. Click Properties. 2. Do one of the following: Revoke or change access permissions for everyone 1. On the Permissions tab, in the Name box, click Default. 2. Under Permissions, in the Permission Level list, click None to revoke permissions or any of the other options to change permissions. Revoke or change permissions for one person 1. On the Permissions tab, in the Name box, click the name of the person whose access permissions you want to change. 2. Under Permissions, in the Permission Level list, click None to revoke permissions or any of the other options to change permissions. 14
15 Managing your Contacts Outlook is all about ing, setting up meetings and keeping in touch with your contacts. Contacts can be as simple as a name and address, or include additional detailed information such as street address, multiple phone numbers, a picture, birthdays, and any other information that relates to the contact. Create a New Contact 1. In Contacts view, on the New group, click New Contact. 2. Enter a name and any other information that you want to include. 3. Click Save & Close. Add a contact from a message that you receive 1. Open or preview the message that contains the name that you want to add to your contacts. 2. Right-click the name of the sender who you want to make into a contact, and then click Add to Contacts on the shortcut menu. 3. Click Save & Close. Note: there is no option to add contact information automatically to Contacts or Address Book when you reply to a contact. Change the view of your contact list In the Current View group, select the view type. You can sort and customize each view, and even create your own view. 15
16 Print your contacts In Contacts, you can print a single contact or pages of contacts displayed as cards or in phone lists. Several choices are available in the Print dialog box, and you can also customize those styles. To print all of your contacts: 1. On the File tab, click Print. 2. Under Settings, click the print style you want. Search for a person by name You can do a quick search for a name without even opening up the Address Book, by using a search box in your Outlook window, or you can look for names in the Address Book itself. Find names by using the Search Address Books box At the right end of the Home tab, in the Find group, type the name of the contact that you want to find. Your Outlook Contacts are searched first. If no match is found, all the other available address books, including any that you have added, are searched. Note: You can also enter a partial name, such as Judy L, first or last name, a "display as" name, alias, or company name. Find names in the Address Book 1. On the Home tab, in the Find group, click Address Book Note: You can also open the Address Book from the Tools menu and in an open message. In the message, on the Message tab, in the Names group, click Address Book. 2. In the Address Book list, click the address book in which you want to search for names. 3. In the Search box, type the name, or part of a name, that you are searching for. 16
17 Electronic Business Cards When you create a contact, an electronic business card is automatically created. You can edit the business card, change font, color and size. Insert an Electronic Business Card in a message 1. In a new message, on the Message tab, in the Include group, click Attach Item, and click Business Card, and then click a name in the list. 2. If you don't see the name that you want, click Other Business Cards, click the name in the Filed As list, and then click OK. 17
18 Tracking Tasks Many people keep a list of things to do on paper, in a spreadsheet, or with a combination of paper and electronic methods. In Microsoft Outlook you can combine various lists into one, get reminders and track task progress. Create a Task To assign a task, you first create the task, and then send it as a task request to someone. The person who receives the task request becomes the temporary owner of the task. This person can decline the task, accept the task, or assign the task to someone else. If the task is declined, it is returned to you. Note: If you assign a task to more than one person at a time, you cannot keep an updated copy of that task in your task list. Therefore, to assign a project that involves more than one person and still have Outlook keep you informed of its progress, divide the project into separate tasks and assign each task individually. 1. On the Home tab, create a new task. 2. On the Task tab, in the Manage Task group, click Assign Task. 3. In the To box, enter the name or address of the person to whom you want to assign the task. To select the name from a list, click the To button. 4. In the Subject box, type a name for the task. 5. Enter the Start date and the Due date and the Status options that you want. 6. Select or clear the Keep an updated copy of this task on my task list check box and the Send me a status report when this task is complete check box. 7. If you want the task to repeat, on the Task tab, in the Options group, click Recurrence, select the options that you want, and then click OK. 8. In the body of the recurring task, type any information that you want to include in the task. 9. Click Send. Note: If you assign a recurring task, a copy of the task will remain in your task list, but it will not be updated. If you select the Send me a status report when this task is complete check box, you will receive a status report for each completed occurrence of the task. 18
19 Track tasks that you have assigned There are three ways to track the tasks that you have assigned to other people: Automatically keep copies of tasks that you assign, and receive automated status reports 1. Click on the File tab, click Options. 2. Click Tasks. 3. Select the Keep my task list updated with copies of tasks I assign to other people check box. 4. Select the Send status report when I complete an assigned task check box. View tasks that you have assigned to others 1. In the navigation pane, click Tasks. 2. On the View tab, in the Current View group, click Change View, and then click Assigned. View the list of people who receive updated copies of an assigned task 1. Open the assigned task for which you want to view the list. 2. On the Task tab, in the Manage Task group, click Send Status Report. 19
20 Taking Notes Notes are the electronic equivalent of paper sticky notes. Use notes to jot down questions, ideas, reminders, and anything you would write on paper. These help keep you organized. In Notes, in the New group, and click New Note. Type the note. If you do not see a Notes icon, click the drop down icon in the lower left window to add more buttons. Click Notes Keyboard shortcut CTRL+SHIFT+N To create a note, press After you close a note, it appears on the right in the Notes module. To see the contents of a note, just double-click it. Tip: You can drag and drop the note onto your desktop, or a MS Office application. Organizing Notes with Categories You can change the default color to categorize your notes. Categories allow you to group similar notes together. Note: You can assign more than one category to a note; however the color is taken from the last category you assign. 20
21 Recording in your Journal Journal automatically records actions that you choose which relate to specific, selected contacts and places the actions in a Timeline view. Note: To quickly access Journal, you can add the Journal view button to the Navigation Pane. At the bottom of the Navigation Pane, click the button, click Add or Remove Buttons, and then click Journal. Record items and files in a journal Record items and files automatically 1. Click on the File tab. Click Options. Click Notes and Journal. 2. Click Journal Options. 3. In the Automatically record these items box, select the check boxes for the items that you want recorded automatically in Journal. 4. In the For these contacts box, select the check boxes for the contacts whose items you want recorded automatically. 5. In the Also record files from box, select the check boxes next to the programs whose files you want to record automatically in Journal. Record manually 1. From any module in Outlook, on the Home tab, in the New group, click New Items. 2. Point to Other and click Journal Entry. 3. In the Subject box, type a description. 4. In the Entry type box, click the type of journal entry that you are recording. 5. Select other options that you want. 21
22 Outlook Folder Permissions WITH THIS PERMISSION LEVEL (OR ROLE) YOU CAN Owner Publishing Editor Editor Publishing Author Author Contributor Reviewer Custom None Create, read, modify, and delete all items and files, and create subfolders. As the folder owner, you can change the permission levels others have for the folder. (Does not apply to delegates.) Create, read, modify, and delete all items and files, and create subfolders. (Does not apply to delegates.) Create, read, modify, and delete all items and files. Create and read items and files, create subfolders, and modify and delete items and files you create. (Does not apply to delegates.) Create and read items and files, and modify and delete items and files you create. Create items and files only. The contents of the folder do not appear. (Does not apply to delegates.) Read items and files only. Perform activities defined by the folder owner. (Does not apply to delegates.) You have no permission. You can't open the folder. With author or editor permissions, a delegate has send-on-behalf-of permission. Sent messages contain both the manager's and delegate's names. Message recipients see the manager's name in the Sent On Behalf Of box and the delegate's name in the From box. 22
23 Outlook Help, Links and Resources You can get additional information: Outlook Help on the Menu Bar MS Outlook web page at MS Outlook 2010 Help and How-To BLM National Training Center Knowledge Resource Center BLM National Service Desk: Enter a Help Desk ticket from the web at Click the Help Desk Ticket button in your Lotus Notes "inbox" a request stating the problem to: In situations where you have no network connection, call blm-help,
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