Join David Rivers for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring section and page tab improvements, part of OneNote 2010 New Features.
OneNote 2010 simplifies the navigation of notebooks containing a large number…of sections and pages.…Let's investigate this using our Conference notebook here.…You'll notice we are in the Weekly Meeting section.…And over on the right-hand side we've got several pages that appear in this section.…One thing that's been improved is the ability to create a new section.…It's much easier now.…thanks to this new tab.…And when we click this button, we instantly have a new section and you'll notice…that the New Section is highlighted, so we can type in a new name.…
So let's type in To Do List for example.…When you press Enter or Return, you've created your new section and you're ready…to start creating notes on your very first page.…Let's go back to Weekly Meetings.…Another enhancement makes it easier to insert new pages anywhere in your page tab.…Say up here over here on the right-hand side.…And you'll notice that when you hover over the Page tabs an icon appears just to the left.…And when you move to that, you'll see a dividing line appear in between the tabs…
- 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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