Opening, closing, and saving notebooks


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Opening, closing, and saving notebooks

Working with OneNote notebooks is very different from working with traditional file such as Word documents in Microsoft Word or Excel spreadsheets for example. The first thing you need to know is that any changes you make are automatically saved in OneNote. So you really don't need to update or save changes you make to a notebook. That could be deleting or inserting new pages and content and so on. So here we are in OneNote with our two notebooks open, our Office notebook as well as our Home Projects, and I just want you to see what happens here if we move to a different section.

For example, we will click Budgets under Office here and now we're simply going to shut down OneNote. So we will go to the top right-hand corner and click the Close button. So we've shut down OneNote. We are not prompted to save anything. As I mentioned, everything saved for you automatically on the spur of the moment. So if we go down to our Start button in our Windows orb and we launch OneNote by typi...

Opening, closing, and saving notebooks
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Opening, closing, and saving notebooks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the OneNote 2010 Essential Training

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Business
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OneNote
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