- Creating new OneNote notebooks
- Working efficiently with the OneNote app
- Using the Dictate tool to capture spoken words
- Adding tags to notes
- Searching for notes
- Handwriting and highlighting notes
- Sharing and co-editing notebooks
- Using the iOS app
- Case study: Pulling together a multiyear project notebook
Skill Level Beginner
- [Heather Severino] OneNote has quickly become one of the go-to applications for capturing notes. It's not surprising why this is the case. OneNote comes in many different forms. OneNote for Windows 10, OneNote 2016, OneNote Mobile, and OneNote Online that is part of Office 365. Since it is part of the Microsoft Office suite of applications, it integrates with Outlook and other Microsoft Office apps and services. In this beginners course I'm going to show you how to build a structured, sharable notebook online to capture many types of notes, see who authored notes, view versions of notes, and how to retrieve notes quickly. If you want to dig deeper with OneNote, I encourage you to check out my courses titled, OneNote for Windows 10 Essentials, or OneNote Tips and Tricks. I'm Heather Severino, a Microsoft Most Valued Professional, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Office Specialist Master. I've been helping professionals, educators, and students learn Microsoft productivity applications for almost 25 years now. If you're ready to learn how to take better notes, then join me in my LinkedIn Learning course on OneNote Online.
1. Create and Save
2. View and Print
4. Share and Co-Edit Notes
5. Access Help
6. Use the OneNote Mobile App
Working with the iOS app3m 18s
7. Pulling It All Together
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