- Creating notebooks in Teams, OneDrive, and SharePoint Online
- Password protecting a notebook
- Creating pages from templates
- Handwriting notes in OneNote
- Taking speech-to-text notes
- Creating a notebook in the Windows 10 app
- Sharing a notebook
- Moving a local notebook to a SharePoint document library
Skill Level Beginner
- [Heather] You probably take lots of meeting notes, create reminders for daily tasks, hand-draw diagrams on paper, or record audio or video while learning something new. Think of all the different methods you use to capture these, pen and paper for meeting notes, Outlook tasks for tracking task progress, Visio for drawing diagrams, and the list goes on and on. Top that off with how to find content later on when you need it. I understand the struggles you may incur with these disconnected notes, and I'm going to help you unlock how to use OneNote in a more efficient and productive way, by capturing many types of notes, all in one place. I'm Heather Severino, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Most Valued Professional, and Microsoft Office Specialist Master. Please join me to eliminate obstacles and be more productive with OneNote.
1. Managing Cloud-Based Notebooks
2. OneNote 2016
3. OneNote for Windows
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