Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with pages and subpages, part of OneNote for Mac 2016 Essential Training.
- Just as we can break a notebook into multiple sections…to help us stay organized, within a section…we can also break that up into multiple pages,…and in fact, in a page we can have subpages.…That's what we're going to do right now,…and we're going to do it with our Travel section…of our Business notebook.…So if you've been following along with me…you probably have a Business notebook and a Travel tab.…In here we have our one default untitled page…and a cursor flashing in the top left corner…waiting for us to type.…
You can follow along with any notebook in any section…if you like.…Maybe our first page…in this particular section called Travel…should deal with a trip we have coming up to San Francisco,…so we'll type in Trip to San Francisco.…Notice as I type in the title it appears over here…on the right-hand side as the name of my page.…Press enter or return and your cursor starts flashing…down below, you've locked it in,…that's the name of your new page.…
If we wanted to add another page for another trip,…all we do is click Add Page.…
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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