Microsoft® OneNote® Tips, Tricks and Best Practices
Learn how to use OneNote® to better capture, store, and share all of your notes. At the most basic level, OneNote® is a note-taking application. If you attend meetings and take notes of any kind, this information is for you. OneNote® is an application in the Microsoft® Office Suite that is used for collecting and organizing all types of data, including text, graphics, audio and video clips. OneNote® emulates a three-ring binder with section tab dividers, pages within sections, and notes stored on pages in note containers. Tips, tricks, and best practices will be used throughout the topic. OneNote® offers a flexible freeform style of data entry – type anywhere easily; search anywhere – easily. You will gain the use of a new tool to organize your information – whether you plan to use OneNote® for class notes, meeting notes and agendas, gathering research data (using OneNote®’s automatic source links), tagging and searching information for project management (including email messages) or accessing instant to-do lists. You are limited only by your imagination.
Who should attend?
- Overview of OneNote®
- What It Is, Where It Lives, When to Use ItCreating a Notebook – How to Use It
- Getting Organized With OneNote®
- Putting Ribbon Commands to Good Use
- Using Quick NotesOneNote®'s Amazing Search Features – How to Find Any Information, Anywhere, Any Time
- Tagging and Searching NotesSharing Notes
- Sending, Exporting, LinkingHow to Integrate Information From Word®, Excel®, Powerpoint®, and Outlook® With OneNote®
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