Learn how to quickly find notes by searching for keywords in a notebook, section, or current page.
- [Instructor] OneNote has some pretty robust…searching capabilities.…To start a search, select the magnifying glass…in the upper right corner of the page area.…The search panel displays to the left.…Type in the keyword or keywords…that you'd like to search for.…Let's search for event.…By default, OneNote searches across all notebooks…as you see it listed here.…With the drop-down arrow to the right,…you can refine this to searching only the current notebook,…the current section, or the current page.…
Each search result will be listed in the panel on left,…and it will also be highlighted…within the existing page that is in view…if it finds matches.…If we refine this from All Notebooks to Current Notebook,…notice how the number of results start to be reduced.…And again, if we refine it to Current Section, even more so.…And if we set it to Current Page,…we're down to just the page that we're looking at…with the search results highlighted in yellow.…To dismiss this search,…you can press the Escape key on the keyboard…
- 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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