OneNote is your digital notebook that is with you all the time. In this video, learn how to create a notebook and save it to OneDrive, add sections and pages, type and handwritten notes, create wiki-style hyperlinks, tag important notes, copy text from pictures, and sync an online OneNote notebook to your desktop.
- [Instructor] One Note is one of those applications … that once you start using it, … you can't imagine how you lived without it. … Think of One Note as your digital notebook … that's always available to you. … And just like most of the other Office apps, … there is both an online and desktop version. … We'll be working with the desktop version in this lesson. … When One Note launches, it will launch … with the last notebook that was opened. … In my example, we have the introduction notebook. … Let's go ahead and create a new notebook. … We'll add a notebook, browse, and provide a name. … I'm going to call it Sales Meetings 2019. … Our notebook will be broken down into sections. … Because I'm doing sales meetings for a year, … I'm going to have each month represent a section. … Now, to keep things really short and simple here, … I'm only going to create two sections for two months. … In each section, we can add in pages. … If I simply start typing Agenda, … our current page will be named Agenda. …
- Troubleshooting account and startup issues
- Repairing Office apps
- Working with Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Power BI
- Creating diagrams with Visio
- Staying on top of tasks using Microsoft Project and Planner
- Configuring Outlook
- Communicating with Teams
- Working with OneDrive and SharePoint
- Sharing content with Sway and Stream
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Users Started
4. Getting Things Done
6. Media Rich Apps
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