In this training video, we show additional objectives for the Microsoft Office Specialist exam for OneNote 2010 relating to working with OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive). We’ll review how to create a OneNote 2010 notebook on OneDrive as well as how to move a local notebook to OneDrive. Users can sign up for a free OneDrive account if they do not have access to one through work.
- [Instructor] In this video, we'll be working with both OneNote and OneDrive, which was formally known as SkyDrive. When you save or move OneNote notebooks to OneDrive, you can synchronize the notebooks across multiple devices, as well as share your work with others. In this video, we'll be looking at creating a new notebook directly in OneDrive, as well as moving a local notebook to OneDrive. I'm back in OneNote 2010 and let's dive in and create that first notebook.
Back to file new, and we're going to want to make sure Web is selected. At the bottom of my screen, I can see all the personal and shared folders that I have in OneDrive. All I need to do is name my notebook and select a folder. If I know I want to share this notebook with other people, I could choose one of the shared folders. But for right now, I'm going to choose my marketing plans folder and click create notebook.
I get a quick message from Microsoft OneNote saying that the notebook has been created and that it is accessible to anyone with permission to that location. Because I did not choose to store my notebook in a shared folder on OneDrive, right now this is only accessible to me. I'm going to click no thanks and here's my notebook. Now if you'd created a local notebook, you can also move a notebook that you created locally and place it in OneDrive.
All of my notebooks right now are already on SharePoint or OneDrive. So let's just go create another one quickly. I'll go back to file new. I'll choose my computer. I'm going to call this new notebook new LH locations. And I'll create it. There's my notebook appearing at the bottom. And now I'd like to go ahead and move this notebook into OneDrive. In earlier videos, we looked at using the change location command by going to file, finding the notebook, selecting properties and clicking on change location.
But you can also move a notebook by clicking on file, showing the notebook information page, and clicking share on Web or network link underneath your notebook. I have my LH location notebook selected. I'm going to choose to share on the Web. And this time, I'm going to place it into my shared folder real estate acquisitions. I'll click share notebook. And again, I get the same message about whether I wish to e-mail somebody about the notebook.
I might want to add some information before I start inviting other people to join. So I'll choose no thanks. To recap, we looked at creating a new notebook in OneDrive. Again, formerly known as SkyDrive. You select the Web location. And bear in mind that saving to OneDrive, or SkyDrive, does not automatically share your notebook. You may also move a local notebook to OneDrive or SkyDrive after you worked with it.
You can use the change location command in the notebook properties or click the share on Web or network link in the notebook information screen. I just want to pause for a quick moment. I'm referring to things as OneDrive. On the test, it may be referred to as SkyDrive. If you don't have a OneDrive account, you can sign up for a free one through Microsoft.
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