You can write and save notes in OneNote, which will be saved and synchronized with a Microsoft online account. In this video, review the organizational structure of notes in OneNote so you can keep your notes organized.
- [Instructor] OneNote is a tool for taking notes…and managing a notebook.…With some of the other Office apps,…you can use them without an account,…but OneNote does require you to sign in with…a Microsoft account.…Your notes will be stored and synced online…with that account.…Since I've signed to my Office 365 account in some…of the other Office apps, I'm already signed in here.…I can tap on this menu button up in the top right,…go to settings, then to accounts, so if you ever need…to add another account in the future or sign out…of the account that you're currently signed in to,…you can do that from here.…
I'm going to tap the back button a few times…so I'm looking at this page.…This is a list of recent notebook pages…that I've worked with, but I want you to understand…the organization structure here.…So I'm going to tap the back button in the top left,…and this is the starting point.…You will have at least one notebook stored on your account,…and that's plenty for most people but if you want,…you can create more notebooks.…
- 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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