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Link data in OneNote 2010

Link data in OneNote 2010: Cert Prep: OneNote 2010 Microsoft Office Specialist (77-853)
Link data in OneNote 2010: Cert Prep: OneNote 2010 Microsoft Office Specialist (77-853)

Leverage the power of linking in OneNote 2010. In this video, learn how to create links within OneNote 2010. We’ll create links using the Copy Link command to add links between OneNote 2010 pages and sections. We’ll create a table of contents using wiki-style links, and use the Insert Link command and keyboard shortcut to link pages.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Business Note Taking Productivity OneNote

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