Learn the most common ways to add information to a note, starting with simple typewritten text. Then, explore adding handwritten notes or drawings, checklists, and pictures.
- [Instructor] I'm starting with a blank note page…here in OneNote…because I want to look at some of the most popular ways…to write something in a note.…First, I want to give this note a title,…so I'll tap on the title field at the top…and type in the title that I want.…Then I'll tap on the body of the note…so I can put in whatever content I want here.…The most obvious option is to just start typing something…with the on-screen keyboard.…
That's no problem…and it works as you would expect.…Below the note area, but above the keyboard,…there is this bar, and you can scroll left and right…to see some formatting options.…So we can mark text as bold or underline it.…There's also a highlighter tool here,…so I could double tap to select a word,…then use these handles to expand the selection.…And I could tap the highlight button to highlight that text.…And there's a button here…to insert a website link, if you need to.…For now, I'm just going to cancel that.…Next, I want to take a look at adding a checklist to a note.…
- Exploring Office on an Android phone or tablet
- Creating and editing documents in Word
- Building spreadsheets in Excel
- Working with Excel formulas
- Creating presentations in PowerPoint
- Sharing files in Office for Android
- Working with Outlook calendar and email
- Managing notebooks in OneNote
- Messaging in Microsoft Teams
Skill Level Beginner
1. Set Up the Office Apps
2. Word for Android
3. Excel for Android
4. PowerPoint for Android
5. Collaborate in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
6. Outlook for Android
7. OneNote for Android
8. Microsoft Teams for Android
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