Learn how to record audio notes and turn these into typed notes on a notebook page.
- [Instructor] If you have a…microphone built into your device…or have an external mic,…you can capture speech to text notes…with the dictate tool.…Start by going to the home ribbon…and then locate dictate.…Before I select this, just a note for you,…if this is the first time you're accessing this,…you will need to acknowledge the privacy information.…It's going to display in a panel on the right side.…Then you'll need to go back…and select the microphone once more…to activate that for capturing spoken words.…Okay, let's go ahead and select this.…
Spoken word will be converted to typed text…and will be added to the page.…Ask Renee for an update about the…university job fair, period.…Schedule a meeting with Stella…regarding development month, period.…Book travel for the hospitality conference.…To stop dictation select the microphone button again.…And that's how you can quickly capture…spoken word notes in your 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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