Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Using indents, bullets, and numbering, part of OneNote for Mac 2016 Essential Training.
- When writing notes here in OneNote 2016 on the Mac,…you may need to list certain items.…And a list will look better if it has bullets…or if the order's important, numbers.…The bullets and numbering feature here in OneNote…is automated, meaning we can rearrange the order…and the numbering and the bullets…are all automatic, just like they are…in other programs like Microsoft Word…and PowerPoint, for example.…So let's take a look here.…I'm going to go to the User Conference 2016 section.…You can go to any section you like.…
I'm going to add a new page here, though,…by clicking Add Page.…And I'm going to type in Required Equipment.…This is all part of the venue,…so I'm going to right click Required Equipment…over here on the right and make that…a subpage of Venue, just like that.…Now we can click down below…and start listing the required equipment.…We can turn on bullets or numbering…if order's important right from…the Home tab of the ribbon.…With it selected, you'll see two buttons.…
But if you want, you can add the content first…
Note: While the interface has changed, the features and functions described in the course are accurate. We're working to post a revised course soon.
- Creating, deleting, and sharing notebooks
- Adding pictures, audio, video, and file attachments to notes
- Formatting notes
- Linking notes
- Using tabs
- Creating tables
- Syncing notebooks
- Tracking authors and page versions
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with OneNote 2016
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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