OneNote 2010 Essentials

Categories: Office 2010 Advanced
Includes lifetime access

Course Overview

Workshop Objectives

Research has consistently demonstrated that when clear goals are associated with learning, it occurs more easily and rapidly. 
By the end of this workshop, you should be able to:
  • Open and close OneNote
  • Dock OneNote to Desktop Mode
  • Understand the OneNote 2010 interface and the OneNote icon
  • Use the backstage view to create a new notebook
  • Use the backstage view to save, print, or share notebooks
  • Understand notebooks
  • Open, close, save, and search a notebook
  • Add pages and sub-pages and move, rename, and delete them
  • Insert a variety of notes, including typewritten, handwritten, linked files, audio, and video
  • Use cut, copy, and paste
  • Format text and use styles
  • Add extra writing space
  • Undo and redo tasks
  • Check spelling
  • Insert lists, tables, pictures, and screen clippings
  • Search your notes
  • Use OneNote to perform calculations
  • Link to Outlook Meetings and Tasks
  • Draw, format, and rotate shapes
  • Use Tags
  • Understanding the Unfiled Section
  • Understanding the History
  • Use links to make finding information easy
  • Add, move, rename, or delete sections or section groups
  • Use time stamps
  • Understand different views
  • Use Password protection
  • Backup, e-mail, or print your notes

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