Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Saving to PDF, part of OneNote for Mac 2011 Essential Training.
- Well, this chapter's all about sharing and collaborating…with others here in OneNote 2011 on the Mac.…You may have heard me mention earlier on in this course…that OneNote on the Mac is Cloud-based.…That means everything you create is going to be stored…in the Cloud on your OneDrive by default…and that makes it great for sharing and collaborating…even for accessing content from anywhere on any device.…But it does have its limitations.…For example, we can't take our Business notebook here…and just save it as a notebook on our own hard drive.…
What you can do is choose pages that you want…to save as PDF files.…They can be shared with others via email or stored locally…say, on your computer's hard drive if you wanted to.…That's what we're going to experiment with here.…Let's go to a page that doesn't have much on it.…I'm going to go to the Company Info section, the Logos page.…You can choose any page you like…that doesn't have much on it.…We're going to start there.…Let's go up to the File menu, click there.…Go down to Share.…
- 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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