OneNote 2010 allows users to add information to their notebook in several methods. In this video, we review adding and formatting text using the built-in styles. We also explore the exam objectives of adding file printouts to notebooks, adding attachments, and adding and formatting tables.
- [Instructor] Now that we've built the structure…of our OneNote notebook, it's time for us…to actually start adding content.…So, in this video, we're going to add content by typing,…we'll add some file printouts to capture information,…add attachments, as well as working with adding a table.…I'm going to continue using the Landon Hotel notebook…I created earlier.…I now know that I need to start putting information…on some of my pages.…So in my West London section,…I'm going to click on my Location page,…and I'm just going to start adding location information.…
So I know the street address.…So I've go the information in,…I'd like to do a little bit of formatting.…On the street address, I'll go ahead and apply Heading 1,…and I'm going to go ahead and indent my actual street address.…I also know my phone and fax information,…so this time, I'm going to apply my formatting first…with my Heading 1 style, and I'll add my fax information.…And, of course, as a lot of my customers…work with me through e-mail,…I'm going to add some additional e-mail information.…
Julie begins with an overview of the certification program and the exam preparation process, and then walks you through all of the certification objectives. Get hands-on experience with downloadable practice files and take the challenges exercises to practice for the exam. It also provides a review of each challenge to give you a chance to see where you may need more focus in preparation for the exam.
- Creating a OneNote notebook
- Managing the OneNote environment
- Creating links within OneNote
- Managing OneNote history and backups
- Collaborating in OneNote
- Working with OneDrive
- Sharing notebooks
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of the Microsoft Office Specialist OneNote Exam (77-853)
2. Getting Started with OneNote
3. Managing the OneNote Environment
5. Collaboration in OneNote 2010
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