Instructor: Frank Byl
OneNote is the ultimate note taking tool. This easy to use tool lets you capture notes in a freeform manner, add emails, screenshots, documents, web sites, video or audio in one easy to organize and easy to share tool. The collaboration functionality of OneNote makes it a powerful tool to share ideas and work. OneNote integrates with Outlook both as a place to organize and keep notes on meetings and also integrates with Tasks and becomes a place to create, manage, delegate and track work from OneNote with its seamless integration to Outlook. OneNote also can be shared with multiple users and with tablets and phones. As a research tool OneNote makes tracking and relocating web resources a snap. Once you start using OneNote you will wonder how you ever got by without it.
The course does not require an experience with OneNote. If you want to explore it a little bit prior to the training you can download OneNote (2013) free from www.onenote.com
MS Outlook Strategic Management
Tired of living in your Inbox? Maybe you shouldn’t be there. Learn how to create a powerful time management dashboard in Outlook that will show you all that you need to do on one screen and allow you to manage your priorities and schedule. Learn key setting changes in Outlook and a handful of keyboard shortcuts that can eliminate 100’s of mouse clicks per day and keep you more focused on what is most important in your day and better manage and delegate work.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The computer lab is limited to 30 participants per class. Three two-hour classes will be offered at the conference. In the event that the labs are over-sold, we reserve the right to assign spaces based on an allotment of spaces assigned to each Health Authority.
Thursday September 28
Friday September 29