Microsoft OneNoteDownload Course Outline

This is the outline of our Microsoft OneNote course - Duration: 1 day

OneNote is an electronic version of a paper notebook where you can write down notes, thoughts, ideas, scribbles, reminders, and all kinds of other information. Unlike the traditional document page format of other programs such as word-processing or spreadsheet programs, OneNote offers a free-form canvas where you can type, write, or draw notes in the form of text, graphics, and images wherever and however you want them.

On this course, learn how to use OneNote to add, move, and delete anything on its pages and in its sections. You’ll find out how to add more space where and when you need it, and how you can stay organized by dragging note items into their own sections or even into different notebooks. You’ll also learn how you can separate and organize your notes by subjects or projects, or keep separate notebooks for different places and interests. If you need to share your notes and information, this course will show you how OneNote will let you gather information in electronic notebooks, where you can easily organise, search and share it.  

We specialise on on-site training and can come to you to run our course either on your PC's or provide our own high specification equipment. If you want specific training for your staff, we're happy to customise this course to your requirements, adding or removing topics as necessary.


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Microsoft OneNote course outline

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What is OneNote?   

  • Launching OneNote and touring the interface  
  • Opening, closing, and saving notebooks  
  • Creating new notebooks  
  • Creating, moving, and deleting sections and pages 
  • Working with sub-pages  
  • Creating a note on a page  

Adding Content to Notes 

  • Working with unfiled notes  
  • Adding screen clippings and pictures  
  • Adding audio and video files  
  • Recording audio and video  
  • Adding files   

Formatting Notes 

  • Using styles from the quick gallery  
  • Using bullets and numbering   

Viewing and Organizing Information 

  • Organizing the user interface  
  • Searching a notebook  
  • Creating links to pages with wiki linking  
  • Tagging notes  
  • Working with sections  
  • Using section groups   

Interacting with Outlook 

  • Inserting Outlook meetings  
  • Sending page information by email  
  • Working with Outlook tasks   

 

Using Writing Tools 

  • Working in Pen mode  
  • Manipulating written notes and drawings  
  • Converting handwriting to type   

Using Stationery and Templates 

  • Using templates  
  • Saving as a template  
  • Choosing a default template   

Formatting Pages 

  • Setting paper size and margins  
  • Changing page background options  
  • Adding a background graphic  

Sharing Notebooks 

  • Saving to other formats  
  • Saving OneNote content to PDF or XPS  
  • Creating a shared notebook  
  • Inviting others and syncing notebooks   

Collaborating on Notebooks 

  • Knowing who wrote what with author indicators  
  • Locating newly added content with highlighting  
  • Seeing past versions quickly with versioning 

Researching with OneNote 

  • Automatically linking your notes to what you're viewing  
  • Using the Research pane  
  • Translating text with the Mini Translator   

 


 Call us on 0800 0199 746