Learn how to search the web from a notebook and then add to a notebook page.
- [Instructor] If you need to research people,…places, events or ideas, you don't need to leave…the OneNote application to search…for this information on the web.…Instead, go to the Insert tab ribbon,…and select Researcher.…The Researcher panel displays to the right.…In the field provided, type in the keywords…you'd like to search for.…Let's search for hospitality trends.…(keys clacking)…Then press Enter.…The top resources display in a scrollable list.…
The results are listed as All.…If you'd like to look at things specific to journals…or to websites, you can select the tabs at the top.…When you find something that is of interest to you,…that you'd like to add to the page of your notebook,…select the plus sign in the upper right corner,…and it's added as a container within the notebook.…To close the Researcher panel,…select the X in the upper right corner.…Now you know how to research online…while working in a notebook.…
- 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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