- Creating, opening, and sharing notebooks
- Syncing notebook content
- Creating sections and pages
- Formatting notes and lists
- Recording audio and handwritten notes
- Embedding video and documents
- Searching for notes
- Printing and translating notes
Skill Level Beginner
- [Instructor] 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 2016, OneNote Online, OneNote mobile, OneNote for Windows 10 and more. Since it's part of the Microsoft Office Suite of Applications, it integrates with Outlook mail, Calendar, Tasks, and other Microsoft Office apps and services. I'm going to show you how to leverage OneNote built-in tools to build a structured, shareable notebook to capture many types of notes and to keep organized notes for quick retrieval.
I'm Heather Severino, a Microsoft Most Valued Professional, a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a 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 take your digital note taking skills to the next level, then join me in my LinkedIn Learning Course on OneNote for Windows 10 Essentials.
Launch OneNote2m 28s
1. Set Up and Organize Your Notebooks
2. Working with Sections
3. Working with Pages
4. Formatting Typed Notes and Lists
5. Creating Audio, Handwritten, and Other Types of Notes
6. Importing Content from Other Apps
7. Managing and Searching Notebooks
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