Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Automatically linking your notes to what you're looking at, part of OneNote 2010 New Features.
New to OneNote 2010 is something called Linked Note Taking.…When you turn on this mode, OneNote automatically links any notes that you take…to what you're looking at.…So it could be a web page for example, or a selection point in a Word document,…or maybe a current slide in a PowerPoint presentation.…Let's explore this now using our User Conference2 notebook and we'll go to the…subpage for David Rivers under Speaker Bios here in the Speakers section of our…notebook, and instead of just trying to flip back and forth between a website…and our notebook, let's go to Docked View and we'll do some research with our…web page showing at the same time.…
This will automatically turn on this Linked Note Taking.…Another option is to go to the Review tab and click Linked Notes from here and…this will launch a copy of your notebook in Docked view and then you can open up…any other application you like from there.…But we can do that ourselves by clicking the Dock to Desktop.…Ctrl+Alt+D is the keyboard shortcut.…
- Customizing the Ribbon interface
- Using the Quick Access toolbar for commonly used commands
- Applying preset styles
- Locating content with fast search
- Merging notebook sections
- Showing and hiding note authors
- Using highlighting to find changes
- Saving OneNote content to PDF or XPS
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. The User Interface
2. Improved Editing
3. Organizational Improvements
4. Universal Access to Notes
5. Sharing and Collaborating
6. Researching, Linking, and Protecting
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