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SV: Create More Time in Your Day – Use Microsoft Outlook More Effectively

  • 19 Apr 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Hana Tokyo, 1633 AZ-92, Sierra Vista

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Agenda
5:30pm - Doors Open and Registration
6:00pm - Dinner/Networking
6:30pm - Presentation Starts
7:30pm - Presentation Ends

PDU Value: 1 (Technical)


Create More Time in Your Day – Use Microsoft Outlook More Effectively

Learn how to better organize your mail:

  • Business rules to manage your time and your mail
  • Send annoying emails away without having to delete them, mark as read or report as spam

Calendar your time more intelligently:

  • Keys to manage information & be organized with Calendar & Contacts
  • Project management: Create project plans, assign tasks & status reports

Learn shortcuts and other-savers:

  • Recurring meetings, tracking responses, and using categories
  • Click & Drag techniques to create appointments, contacts & more!


Speaker Bio

Paul Lovelis is in charge of Systems and Operations for Pima County Public Defense Services (PDS) and has been working for Pima County for 12.5 years. In his role in PDS he works with County Administration, Department Directors, and Mid-level Supervisors to strategically monitor, improve, and sustain effective services for those whom we serve. Through business process mapping, data evaluation, and strategic planning; PDS has been able to provide best-practice services while reducing their expenditures by 10% per fiscal year.

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