Learn how to pin a notebook, section, or page to the Windows Start menu.
- Shortcuts to notebooks, sections, and pages…can be created in the Windows Start menu.…Locate what you want to pin,…like this notebook called Landon Projects.…Right click over the name…and then select pin notebook to Start.…When prompted with the question…do you want to pin this tile to Start,…select yes.…Now let's go take a peak.…We'll go to the Windows task bar,…select the start button,…and here is the notebook that was…pinned to the Start menu.…It's a great shortcut for navigating…to this notebook to make additional notes…or review existing notes.…
Let's go back to OneNote for Windows 10.…If you would like to pin a particular…section or a page, the process is the same.…Right click over the name of the section or the page,…then go to pin section to Start, and select yes.…Let's go back to the Start menu.…And here is the section that we just pinned.…Now you know how to create a shortcut…to your notebooks, sections, and pages.…
- 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
Launch OneNote1m 41s
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
Embed videos1m 11s
7. Managing and Searching Notebooks
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