1 Outlook basics Outlook is a powerful tool for managing your , contacts, calendars, and tasks. To use it most effectively, you first have to understand the basics. This tutorial introduces some of the tasks and features that you will use most often. Before you begin Add a new account Explore the Outlook user interface Add a contact Compose and send an message Explore the Inbox and other folders Quick Reference Card Before you begin What you'll learn After completing this tutorial, you'll be able to: Set up an account. Identify user interface elements that you can use to accomplish basic tasks. Add a contact to your address book. Compose and send messages. Organize your folders and inbox. Create a calendar event. Requirements Outlook for Mac account information (for example, your address, password, and mail server addresses). For a personal account, you can obtain this information from your Internet service provider. For a corporate account, contact your network administrator. Estimated time to complete: 20 minutes Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 1
2 1. Add a new account You can use Outlook to manage multiple accounts, including Microsoft Exchange, POP, IMAP, and Windows Live accounts. Before you can send and receive messages, you first have to set up an account. Let's set up your account. Note To complete this procedure, you must have your account and server information. If you have already set up your account, you can skip this procedure. On the Tools menu, click Accounts (also written as Tools > Accounts in this tutorial). On the Add an account pop-up menu, click . Tip If your account is located on an Exchange server, click Exchange. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 2
3 Enter your address and password, and then click Add Account. Note If Outlook recognizes your provider (for example, Windows Live Hotmail), the Configure automatically check box remains selected, and Outlook attempts to configure your server information automatically. To enter the server information manually, clear the Configure automatically check box. Verify your account personal information and server information, and then close the Accounts dialog box. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 3
4 Notice that a folder appears for your account in the folder list. Note A number of factors (for example, the number of messages to download, or the current server traffic) can influence how long it takes for a new account to appear in the folder list. If you have trouble setting up your account, see "About adding accounts". Hints For more information about the different types of accounts that Outlook supports, see "Add an account". For more information about the different folders that appear under Inbox, see "About On My Computer folders". To view and manage other Outlook preferences, click Outlook > Preferences. Before you move on Make sure that you can do the following: Add an account, and verify that it appears in the folder list. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 4
5 2. Explore the Outlook user interface Before you begin to use the account that you set up, you should familiarize yourself with some of the user interface elements in Outlook. Let's explore the Outlook user interface. Hints Search box: A way to find items in the current folder. As you type keywords into the search box, the Search tab appears on the ribbon and provides additional search options (for example, the option to expand the search to All Items). Ribbon: The tabbed command bar at the top of a window or work area that organizes features into logical groups. The current view (for example, mail, calendar, or contacts view) determines which options appear on the ribbon. Reading pane: The area where you can read messages or see details about items such as contacts and tasks. To change the location of the reading pane, on the View menu, point to Reading Pane, and then select an option (for example, Below). Navigation pane: In mail view, the navigation pane displays the folder list. In calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes views, the navigation pane lets you show and hide items in categories. If you don't see the navigation pane, click View > Navigation Pane. View switcher: Buttons to switch between the five main Outlook views mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes. To resize the navigation pane or the reading pane, point to the border between the panes. When the pointer becomes, drag to change the width. To hide the ribbon while you work, on the right side of the ribbon, click. Before you move on Make sure that you can do the following: Identify the Outlook user interface elements listed above. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 5
6 3. Add a contact You can use the Address Book to manage both professional and personal information for all contacts. After a contact is in your address book, you can use it across Outlook. For example, you can send an e- mail message or a meeting invitation without having to remember the person s address. Let's add a contact to the Address Book. On the view switcher, click Contacts. On the Home tab, click Contact. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 6
7 Enter information for the contact. At a minimum, include the contact s name and address. Tip To add a picture for the contact, double-click the placeholder thumbnail that appears in the contact window. On the Contact tab, click Save & Close. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 7
8 Notice that the contact appears in the contact list. Hints To add a group of contacts (for example, the members of a book club) so that you can send to all members of the group at once, on the Home tab, click New, and then click Contact Group. Once you add a picture for a contact, all messages that you receive from that person will include the picture. To remove a contact's picture, double-click the picture thumbnail, drag the picture out of the box, and then click Set. Before you move on Make sure that you can do the following: Add a contact to the Address Book. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 8
9 4. Compose and send an message messages are the most common way that people communicate online. You can compose and send messages to any contact in your address book or to anyone whose address you know. Let's compose a message to the contact that you added in the previous lesson. On the view switcher, click Mail. On the Home tab, click . In the To box, begin typing the name of the contact that you added earlier. Possible matches appear in the Contacts and Recent Addresses list. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 9
10 Press RETURN. The contact is added to the To box. Tip To delete a contact from the To box, click the contact name, and then press DELETE. In the Subject box, type a subject, and then press TAB. The subject of the message appears above the message toolbar. In the message window, type the text of the message. Tip To send a file (for example, a Word document) with the message, on the Message tab, click Attach, and then select the file that you want to include. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 10
11 On the Message tab, click Send. Tip When you send a message, if you are connected to the Internet, your message is sent immediately. If you are having trouble sending messages, on the Outlook menu, make sure that a check mark does not appear next to Work Offline. Hints A copy of each message that you send appears in the Sent Items folder in the folder list. To check spelling in the message, on the Options tab, click Spelling. To change the default font used in messages, click Outlook > Preferences. Then, under Personal Settings, click Fonts. Before you move on Make sure that you can do the following: Compose and send an message to a contact in your address book. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 11
12 5. Explore the Inbox and other folders The Inbox is the main folder where messages arrive when they are sent to you. You can also create other folders to help organize your messages. Let's view a message in your inbox, create a new folder, and then move and delete the message. In the folder list, click a folder that contains a message. Note The type of accounts that you add determine how folders appear in the folder list. To make changes to the folder list appearance, on the Outlook menu, click Preferences, and then click General. In the message list, click an message. The contents of the message appear in the reading pane. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 12
13 In the folder list, under Inbox, click the folder for the account that you added earlier. On the Home tab, click New, and then click Folder. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 13
14 Type a name for the new folder (for example, Temp), and then press RETURN. Click Inbox, and then drag a message to the new folder. Tip To set up rules for moving messages to folders automatically, click Tools > Rules. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 14
15 In the new folder, click the message, and then click Delete. Tip To undo the deletion, click Edit > Undo. Hold down CONTROL, click the Deleted Items folder, and then click Empty Folder. Important When you empty the Deleted Items folder, those items are deleted permanently and cannot be recovered. Hints A number in a circle to the right of a folder (for example, ) indicates the number of unread messages in the folder. For more options, hold down CONTROL and then click any message or folder. You should occasionally check the Junk folder to make sure messages were not incorrectly marked as "junk." If a message was incorrectly marked as junk, drag the message to your Inbox. Folders in the folder list are arranged in alphabetical order. Before you move on Make sure that you can do the following: Read a message in your Inbox. Create a new folder, and move a message to the new folder. Delete a message and empty the Deleted Items folder. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 15
16 6. Add an appointment to your calendar In Outlook, an appointment is a calendar item that has a specific start date and end date and a specific start time and end time. If you invite other people to an appointment, it is considered a meeting. Let's add an appointment to the calendar. On the view switcher, click Calendar. On the Home tab, click Work, and then click Appointment. Tip To create a new appointment directly from the calendar, double-click the date and time of the appointment on the calendar. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 16
17 Type a subject and location for the appointment, and then select a start and end date and start and end time. Note To invite others and make the appointment a meeting, on the Appointment tab, click Invite. On the Appointment tab, select how far in advance that you want a reminder and whether the appointment recurs. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 17
18 On the Appointment tab, click Save & Close. Notice that the appointment appears on your calendar on the date and time that you specified. Hints To change the date or time for an appointment, drag the appointment to a new location on the calendar. Or double-click the appointment and make the changes that you want. To delete an appointment, select the appointment on the calendar, and then press DELETE. Or, double-click the appointment, and then on the Appointment tab, click Delete. To show or hide the mini calendar, in the upper-left corner of the navigation pane, click the border above the category list. When the pointer becomes, drag the border down or up. Small icons appear on appointments to indicate that a reminder is set ( ), that other people are invited ( ), and the appointment recurs ( ). Before you move on Make sure that you can do the following: Add an appointment to your calendar. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 18
19 Quick Reference Card To Add a new account Change the location of the reading pane Add a contact group to the Address Book Add a picture for a contact Compose a new message Check the spelling of a message before sending Send a file (for example, a Word document) with an message Add a new mail folder Empty the Deleted Items folder Create a new appointment directly from the calendar Change the date or time of an appointment Set user preferences, such as default fonts or signatures Do this Click Tools > Accounts. On the view switcher, click Mail. Click View > Reading Pane, and then select an option (for example, Below). On the view switcher, click Contacts. Then, on the Home tab, click Contact Group. When adding a contact to the Address Book, double-click the thumbnail placeholder image that appears in the contact window. Or, you can drag a picture from your desktop or folder on to the placeholder image. On the view switcher, click Mail. Then, On the Home tab, click . When composing a message, on the Options tab, click Spelling. Or, click Edit > Spelling and Grammar > Check Document Now. When composing a message, on the Message tab, click Attach, and then select the file that you want to include. On the view switcher, click Mail. On the Home tab, click New, and then click Folder. Hold down CONTROL, click the Deleted Items folder, and then click Empty Folder. Double-click the appointment date and time on the calendar. Drag the appointment to a new location on the calendar. Or, double-click the appointment and make the changes that you want. Click Outlook > Preferences. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 19
20 More Hints You can use Outlook to manage multiple accounts, including Microsoft Exchange, IMAP, and Windows Live accounts. The five main views in Outlook are mail, calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes. The contents of the folder list, navigation pane, and reading pane change based on what view is selected in the view switcher. A contact group is a group of related contacts (for example, the members of a book club). After you create a contact group, you can send to all members of the group at once. A copy of each message that you send appears in the Sent Items folder in the folder list. When you send a message, if you are connected to the Internet, your message is sent immediately. If you are having trouble sending messages, on the Outlook menu, make sure that a check mark does not appear next to Work Offline. The type of accounts that you add determine how folders appear in the folder list. To make changes to the folder list appearance, on the Outlook menu, click Preferences, and then click General. In Outlook, an appointment is a calendar item that has a specific start date and end date and a specific start time and end time. If you invite other people to an appointment, it is considered a meeting. You should occasionally check the Junk folder to make sure messages were not incorrectly marked as "junk." If a message was incorrectly marked as junk, drag the message to your Inbox. Microsoft Office for Mac 2011 tutorial: Outlook basics 20
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