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I an reviewing your above question. What's the actual question do you want to post?
OUTLOOK LIVE 2010 - INSTRUCTIONSEMAIL & CALENDAR MANAGEMENTSKILLS
EMAIL Start and quit Outlook Compose, address, and send an e- mail message Check spelling as you type an e- mail message Attach a fi le to an outgoing e- mail message Create an e- mail folder Move and copy received e- mail messages to a folder CALENDAR Creating a calendar Enter, save, move, edit and delete appointments Set the status of and a reminder for an appointment Create and edit events Create and edit meetings and respond to meeting requests Share a calendar
PROJECT OVERVIEWYou are to send an e-mail message addressed to selected customers of Hickory Ridge Day Care for Pets who might be interested in boarding their pets. You will also attach a file named Day Care for Pets Flyer. Next you will create a calendar of events for the Day Care and share it.INSTRUCTIONS
PART 1 - SEND AN E-MAIL MESSAGE WITH ATTACHMENT
Instructions: You are to send an e-mail message addressed to selected customers of Hickory Ridge Day Care for Pets who might be interested in boarding their pets. You will also attach a file. Day Care for Pets Flyer (download this file to your computer for later use)
Perform the following tasks: 1. Log into www.live.com, go to Mail (Outlook)2. Create a new e-mail message addressed to your instructor. 3. Enter Hickory Ridge Day Care for pets Bulletin as the subject. 4. Enter Greetings Pet Owners, as the greeting line, checking spelling as you type. 5. Insert a blank line, and then enter the following message, checking spelling as you type:
Hickory Ridge Day Care for pets would like to acquaint you with our newly upgraded facility. We have expanded our facilities to include a climate controlled playroom and a security system to monitor our facility 24/7. Please stop by with your pet any time between 7 am and 5 pm for a visit. We would love to see you and your pet.
6. Insert a blank line. Enter your name as the signature. 7. Attach the Day Care for Pets Flyer file to the e-mail message. 8. Send the email to your instructor.
PART II –CREATING A PERSONAL CALENDAR
Perform the following tasks: 1. Log into www.live.com, go to Calendar 2. On the menu bar, Add a New Calendar called Hickory Ridge (Hint: to filter your calendar, click the Settings button, top right and select the calendar you wish to view)
3. Enter events in the calendar using the information listed in Table 2-9 below4. Share the A-1 Hardware calendar with your instructor. Set the sharing permission to: ***** *****
Table 2-9 Calendar Appointments InformationEvent Description Location(Where) Date Time Show As(Availability) Reminder RecurrenceStaff Meeting Lunchroom Every Monday from March 12, 2013- June 12, 2013 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Busy 30 minutes Weekly, end by June 12, 2013Prepare Winter Closeout Sale Manager’s Office March 3, 2013 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM Busy 10 minutes NoneEnter Payroll Manager’s Office Start March 8, 2013, every Thursday 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Busy 15 minutes Every two weeks, no end dateKelly & Megan’s birthday None March 19, 2013 All-day event Free None YearlyParents Anniversary None March 14, 2013 All-day event Free 1 day YearlyConference call with Liz and Greg March 20, 2013 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Tentative 15 minutes NoneMeet with pet care supplier March 21, 2013 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Out of office 30 minutes NoneLunch with Beth March 31, 2013 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Out of office 15 minutes None
So what's your actual question then? Are you doing a homework?
So how do you provide the answer? It seems to be something that must be done using your computer, not something that can be answered in writing from here as it basically doesn't make sense.
it should be done in outlook
Correct, it should be done in outlook on your own computer. Therefore, a remote assistance session is required. Would you like me to send you a request so I could remotely help you finish the project on your computer?
OK, please tell me the right time for you to do the remote session. I now send you the offer. please accept then advise the time and contact number. Thanks.
that is OK i don't need these any more . can you work in this questions?
1- According to netiquette (which is short for Internet etiquette — the code of acceptable behavior for Internet users), e-mail messages should be kept short. In a simple e-mail message, it may not be possible to communicate all of the required information to the recipient. In those cases, sending an attached file would be better. What are some instances where this may be true?
2-True or false: If it is on the internet it must be true. Explain your answer. If you answered "false," how can you determine which information is credible and which is not? Finally, where can you find good quality references for you classroom research?
3-Imagine 3 situations (work, school or home) where it would be helpful to add sound, animation, or a movie clip to a PowerPoint presentation. Pick your favorite example and share it with the class.
1 - False. Email attachment is not for communicate further while keeping the email body itself short, it is for sharing documents and images which are commonly in various file formats.
2 - False. Internet just extends people's life into a virtual space in which global people have new efficient ways to communicate with each other, but the traditional characteristics and principles for human communities do still apply. A website with trusted certificates applied can be consider an accountable source for itself, though it doesn't mean its info must be true. Like you know someone and what the person says, but doesn't necessarily mean everything the person says is true for other people. What you can be sure is, it is the person's true opinion. For academic research, Google Scholar can be used to find good quality papers. For general research, Wikipedia can be used for classroom research for its rich content and up to date.
3 - I don't understand the context and what to do for the three situations, hence I can't simply answer it. Please clarify.