Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of OneNote for Mac 2011 Essential Training.
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- Well, congratulations.…You've reached the end of OneNote 2011…for Mac Essential Training.…You should now be feeling comfortable with this…power-packed note-taking software, and ready to start…creating, organizing and sharing your digital notebooks…with others, and of course, accessing them from anywhere…on any device.…Now if you don't already have a Microsoft account…of some sort, your first step will be to set one up.…Even a free Hotmail/Outlook.com account will work…to get you able to sign in to OneNote.…Next you'll wanna start creating your own notebooks,…sections and pages.…
And why not experiment with all the different kinds…of content you can add to a note?…If you think you'll need to remember it,…capture it, and put it into OneNote.…The more you use OneNote, the more powerful it becomes.…This is David Rivers saying thanks for watching,…and I do hope to see you again soon in another course…here at Lynda.com.…
- Creating and deleting notebooks
- Copying and pasting content
- Adding pictures, audio and video, attachments, and more to notes
- Formatting text
- Viewing and organizing notes
- Creating tables
- Sharing and syncing notebooks
Skill Level Beginner
Excel for Mac 2011 Essential Trainingwith Curt Frye6h 32m Beginner
1. Getting Started with OneNote 2011
2. Creating and Adding Content
3. Formatting Notes
4. Viewing and Organizing Information
5. Working with Tables in OneNote
6. Sharing and Collaboration
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