Here’s what I’ve jotted down so far as I work through the module. I’m only about halfway through, and I’m not sure which of these are actual issues or a matter of misreading things on my part, i.e. operator error.
NOTE: The following possible errors were encountered while working through your Outlook training, while using Outlook version 16.0.14326.20216.
A general comment: Lists, like the table of contents, are not formatted correctly in the epub version, at least when read using QRead 3.21 for Windows. Could these be put one item per line, or even turned into hyperlinks, if the EPUB format supports it?
2.4 Sending Email: Duplicate sentence.
“After writing and double checking a message, press alt+s to send it. Once sent, the message cannot be cancelled. After writing and double checking a message, it is ready to be sent. To send a message, press alt+s. Once a message has been sent, it can generally not be recalled.”
2.7 Reading Messages
You repeat yourself in the paragraph about message sorting.
“The default message order is to have the newest at the top and the oldest at the bottom. To reverse this sort order, press alt+v, then r, then s. The sort order can also be changed to another field. Sort by subject to have messages sorted by their subject line, alphabetically. Messages can also be sorted by sender, recipient, and many other fields. Press alt+v, then a, then b to choose the field messages are arranged by. This opens a menu where the field to sort by can be chosen. If desired, reverse the sort order with alt+v, then r, then s.”
3.6 Using BCC
“Press alt+p to open the Options ribbon, then b to activate the BCC option.”
While editing a message ALT+P does indeed open the Options ribbon, but B doesn’t seem to do anything.
4.6 Recurring Appointments:
“When editing an appointment, press alt+h, then e to open the "Appointment Recurrence" dialog.”
I get an error chime when I press the E in that key sequence.
4.8 Using Multiple Calendars:
“To add a new calendar, press alt+h, then o, then c.”
I can’t get that to work.
I hope to get through the rest of the module today.