These resources are for use during ITS-led remote training sessions of Microsoft Outlook. These sessions are available for all faculty and staff at WSU. To sign up for a session, visit myTraining in myWSU.

Outlook Guide and Exercises

Outlook Guide

Microsoft Outlook Guide (ITS Applications Training)

Note about Microsoft Outlook Advanced: this session is for Windows only. Most of the features that are covered are not available on the Mac version of Outlook.     

Exercises

Download your session exercises below to follow along in your remote session.

Mac Users
Mac Outlook looks a bit different from the Windows version. If you are attending sessions on a Mac, you should be able to follow along in most of the activities in Outlook Essentials; however, almost all of the features convered in Outlook Advanced are not available on Mac.

Remote Training Information

Please look through the information below to prepare for your remote training.

Teams Meetings

Remote sessions will be held in Teams Meetings. If you would like to familiarize yourself with your options in Teams meetings, here is a quick guide to get you started. Are you iterested in learning more about Teams? Check out the Teams Hub, or attend a full training. You can sign up in myTraining.

Windows versus Mac

These sessions will all be presented on the PC version of Office 365. If you are interested in updating, contact the Help Desk (978 4357) for assistance.

If you are a Mac user, you will notice some differences between your version and the windows version. You should be able to follow along with most of the exercises in Outlook Essentials; however, most of the features covered in Outlook Advanced are not yet available on the Mac version of Outlook.

Screen Real Estate Notice

You will get the most value from remote sessions when you have sufficient screen real estate to view presenter’s screen and the software application on your own screen: this can be accomplished with dual monitors, a large monitor, or by accessing the Teams meeting via tablet while doing the exercises on your computer.