Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Touring the user interface, part of OneNote for Mac 2011 Essential Training.
- Just before we start creating our own OneNote notebooks,…creating sections, adding pages,…adding content to those pages,…let's get comfortable in our surroundings by taking…a quick tour of the user interface…and some of your options for changing up the…user interface as well.…As you can see, I'm already signed in.…And if it's your first time signing in to OneNote…when you launch the app you'll arrive at your default…notebook, you can see mine is called David's Notebook,…and you'll be looking at something called Quick Notes.…
Quick Notes is the default section when you add things…to OneNote, this is where they go and this is where you go…to retrieve those items and place them in other notebooks,…other sections, for example.…You'll also notice that by default, that the app stretches…across the entire screen top to bottom.…And it would appear there is no menu bar with…File, Edit, View, et cetera.…That's not true, it's just hidden.…When you move your mouse pointer to the top of the screen…you'll see it appear.…
- 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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