- 01 June 2007Published:
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- Microsoft Office Outlook 2007Technology:
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Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area in the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area in the exam. View video tutorials about the variety of question types on Microsoft exams.
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- Manage messaging (25–35%)
- Create and send an email message, create and manage your signature and automated messages, manage email message attachments, configure email message sensitivity and importance settings, configure email message security settings, configure email message delivery options, view email messages
- Manage scheduling (25–35%)
- Create appointments, meetings and events; send meeting requests; update, cancel and respond to meeting requests; customise calendar settings; share your calendar with others; view other calendars
- Manage tasks (10–15%)
- Create, modify and mark tasks as complete; accept, decline, assign, update and respond to tasks
- Manage contacts and personal contact information (15–20%)
- Create and modify contacts, edit and use an electronic business card, create and modify distribution lists, create a secondary address book
- Organise information (20–25%)
- Categorise Office Outlook 2007 items by colour; create and manage Office Outlook 2007 data files; organise mail folders; locate Office Outlook 2007 items by using Search; create, modify and remove rules to manage email messages; customise your Office Outlook 2007 experience
Who should take this exam?
This exam is designed for users of Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 who have the equivalent of six months to one year of hands-on experience managing their own time, tasks, email and projects by using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, and who might have experience with previous versions of Office Outlook. These candidates are especially effective and efficient at managing messaging (including automated messages and message security), managing schedules and tasks, managing contacts and personal contact information, and organising information.
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