Sides Notes are a terrific way to capture information on the fly. If OneNote 2010 isn’t running, a quick keyboard shortcut runs the Send to OneNote tool. Click New Side Note and start typing to rapidly and efficiently capture any information. The New Side Note tool is also just a click away on the View Ribbon if OneNote is already running. Side Notes are automatically saved and stored in the OneNote 2010 Unfiled Notes section. This video introduces the Send to OneNote tool and Quick Notes, following the MOS OneNote 2010 exam objectives.
- [Instructor] We've seen how easy it is to add information to a notebook, but we can also capture information on the fly with Side Notes. In this video, we'll take a look at how to create a Side Note, how to view your Side Notes, how to move a Side Note into another notebook. Let's get started. I'm still using my London Hotel notebook but a lot of times, we would want to use a quick note. We don't even have One Note running. So, let's exit One Note. So with One Note closed, I want to take a new Side Note.
The keyboard shortcut I want to use is the Windows key on my keyboard, the letter "N" and I'm just going to jot down one of my co-worker's email address. (typing) Now that I have her information captured, I'm just going to close my Side Note. So where did this Side Note go? Well, let's go back into One Note and see if we can find it. So I'm back in my One Note notebook and I have this area on the left-hand side that says, Unfiled Notes and there's a note I just took about Leslie.
What if you're actually in One Note and want to take a new Side Note? No worries. Simply go onto your View Ribbon and there's a choice of creating a new Side Note. And I just want to jot down that I need to check with Mary about the new logo. Again, I'll close my Side Note, and in my Unfiled Notes, there's Leslie's email address and there's the note reminding me to double-check with Mary. These two Side Notes are in their own Unfiled Notes section.
Maybe my information with Mary, I want to move into one of my existing notebooks. I'll click on the page, and just like we saw earlier, the shortcut menu gives me the choice of Move or Copy. I'll choose Move or Copy. I'm going to move it out of my Unfiled Notes and I'm going to place it into this section in New York. No reason to keep the original note in Unfiled, so I'll simply choose Move. And now, in my New York section, there's my information about checking with Mary.
For a quick recap, we've taken a look at how to create a Side Note, both with the keyboard shortcut of the Windows key plus letter "N" and if you have One Note running, the new Side Note icon on the View Ribbon. To view the Side Notes, simply go to your Unfiled Notes in the lower left-hand corner of your One Note window. To move a Side Note, as we've seen before, it's a simple Move or Copy command from the shortcut menu.
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