The Microsoft Learning site should be your first stop in understanding the Microsoft Office exams. The learning site lists the objectives, preparation tips, as well as provides links to registering for the exam through the exam provider, Certiport. This video reviews how to access the Microsoft Learning site.
- [Teacher] Once you've decided that you'd like to take…the Microsoft Office Specialist Exam for OneNote 2010,…how do you get ready for it?…Well, your first stop should be…the Microsoft Learning site.…On the Microsoft Learning site,…you will find the exam objectives for every one…of the Microsoft Office Specialist Exam.…You want to make sure that you review each one of the…exam objectives and the details very carefully.…The exams themselves are administered by a company…called Certiport.…
You can search for Certiport on the web and find a…local testing center and make sure you contact them…for pricing and availability.…
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
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of the Microsoft Office Specialist OneNote Exam (77-853)
2. Getting Started with OneNote
3. Managing the OneNote Environment
5. Collaboration in OneNote 2010
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