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Lesson 1

Part 1: Getting Started Using Microsoft OneNote

Get a basic overview of OneNote and how it can be used as an information creation, gathering, and management tool on a PC, Mac, smartphone, or tablet.

Duration: 01:10:46  File Size: 170 MB

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Lesson 2

Part 2: Gathering Information and Content with Microsoft OneNote

Discover all of the different types of content that can be created or collected within OneNote, plus learn how to use the tools needed to create, compose, and edit each type of content.

Duration: 02:06:29  File Size: 310 MB

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Lesson 3

Part 3: Organizing OneNote Content

Discover strategies for quickly finding, organizing, and managing content that you have stored within OneNote, by incorporating Tags or using OneNote's Search tool, for example. Also learn how to delete content from OneNote, plus password protect content stored within specific OneNote Notebook Sections.

Duration: 00:31:13  File Size: 78 MB

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Lesson 4

Part 4: Discovering Specific OneNote Versions

This group of Lessons focus on specific versions of OneNote, including the Windows 10 and Office 2016 versions of OneNote for PCs, the various OneNote mobile apps, and OneNote Online.

Duration: 00:30:30  File Size: 84 MB

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Lesson 5

Part 5: Printing and Sharing OneNote Content

This group of Lessons focus on how to use OneNote's Print tool, as well as how to share OneNote Page content via email. How to use OneNote's Collaboration tools is also covered.

Duration: 00:26:51  File Size: 65 MB

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Lesson 6

Part 6: Using OneNote in the Real World

These Lessons sum up what's been covered throughout this course, offer additional strategies for using OneNote, and discuss some of the ways people can use OneNote in their everyday personal and professional lives.

Duration: 00:15:41  File Size: 45 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2016
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-5661-7
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-5661-9

4+ Hours of Video Instruction

How to Use OneNote® to Manage Your Information is an easy-to-understand yet comprehensive video course that introduces viewers to OneNote, and then explains exactly how to use this popular application to create, collect, organize, manage, share, and archive information using their computer and/or mobile device. Different methods for efficiently creating and managing various types of content are also covered within this video course.

Description

This course includes a strong emphasis on demonstrating how to use OneNote in order to create and import content in a variety of different ways, and on how to organize that content so it’s readily accessible anytime and anywhere, from any computer or mobile device that’s linked to the same OneDrive account. From this course, OneNote users also discover how to use the software and mobile app’s collaboration tools.

This course uses narrated screencasts, animated slides, and other types of visual content in order to provide easy-to-follow, compressive, informative, and entertaining lessons that allow the viewer to become fully-proficient using OneNote.

Skill Level

  • Beginner to Intermediate


What You Will Learn

  • How to use OneNote on all hardware platforms, including mobile devices
  • How to use the tools needed to create, compose, and edit each type of content
  • How to create, manage, and work with virtual Notebooks within all versions of OneNote
  • How to import paper-based content directly into OneNote using any scanner or the optional Office Lens app on your smartphone or tablet
  • How to use OneNote's Audio Recording tool and other sources to add audio to Pages
  • How to quickly find, organize, and manage content that you have stored within OneNote by incorporating Tags or using OneNote's Search tool
  • How to use OneNote's Print tool, as well as how to share OneNote Page content via email
  • How to use OneNote's Collaboration tools

Who Should Take this Course

  • Anyone who wants to start using OneNote to manage and organize their content. Current OneNote users who are interested in learning how to utilize more advanced features or to find more ways OneNote can help them stay organized will also benefit from this course.

Course Requirements

  • None, however access to OneNote 2016 or Office 365 would be helpful.

Table of Contents


Part 1: Getting Started with OneNote

    Lesson 1.1 Introduction to Microsoft OneNote and What It Can Do
    Lesson 1.2 What's New in the Latest Versions of OneNote
    Lesson 1.3 Download and Install OneNote on a PC or Mac
    Lesson 1.4 Download and Install OneNote onto a Mobile Device
    Lesson 1.5 Overview of OneNote on a PC and Mac
    Lesson 1.6 Overview of OneNote on the iPhone and iPad
    Lesson 1.7 Overview of OneNote on Android and Windows Mobile Devices
    Lesson 1.8 Create Your Free Microsoft Account to Use with OneNote and OneDrive
    Lesson 1.9 How to Retrieve Your Microsoft Account Username and Password

Part 2: Gathering Information and Content with Microsoft OneNote

    Lesson 2.1 Discover How Content Is Organized Using Notebooks, Notebook Sections and Pages
    Lesson 2.2 Set Up and Organize Virtual Notebooks
    Lesson 2.3 Create Sections within OneNote Notebook
    Lesson 2.4 Create, Edit and Format Typed Notes within OneNote on a PC and Mac
    Lesson 2.5 Create, Edit and Format Typed Notes Using a Smartphone or Tablet
    Lesson 2.6 How to Attach or Embed Content into OneNote Pages
    Lesson 2.7 Create and Manage Interactive Checklists
    Lesson 2.8 Create Tables within OneNote Pages
    Lesson 2.9 Create OneNote Page Content via Email
    Lesson 2.10 Import Content into OneNote Using OneNote Clipper
    Lesson 2.11 Import Content into OneNote with a Scanner or the Office Lens Mobile App
    Lesson 2.12 Import Digital Photos into OneNote
    Lesson 2.13 Create and Manage Handwritten Content within OneNote
    Lesson 2.14 Dictating Notes and Recording Audio Content with OneNote
    Lesson 2.15 Dictate and Compose Notes Using Apple Watch
    Lesson 2.16 Use a Smartpen or Smart Notebook with OneNote
    Lesson 2.17 Work with the Equation Feature of OneNote

Part 3: Organizing OneNote Content

    Lesson 3.1 How to Effectively Use Tags within OneNote Pages
    Lesson 3.2 Find Your Content Quickly within OneNote Using the Search Feature
    Lesson 3.3 How to Delete Content, Plus Restore Accidently Deleted Content, From within OneNote
    Lesson 3.4 Password Protect and Secure Your OneNote Content

Part 4: Discovering Specific OneNote Versions

    Lesson 4.1 Overview of the Windows PC Versions of OneNote
    Lesson 4.2 OneNote Mobile App Productivity Tips
    Lesson 4.3 Overview of OneNote Online

Part 5: Printing and Sharing OneNote Content

    Lesson 5.1 Printing OneNote Content and Creating PDF Files
    Lesson 5.2 Sharing OneNote Content via Email
    Lesson 5.3 Using OneNote’s Collaboration Tools

Part 6: Using OneNote in the Real World

    Lesson 6.1 Additional OneNote Productivity Tips
    Lesson 6.2 Wrapping Up Your OneNote Education

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