OneNote2010
Table of Contents

Main Screen ...................................................... 3
Creating a New Notebook..............
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

OneNoteis best thought of as a virtual three ring binder. It’s a place to keep notes and...
OneNote 2010

Creating a New Notebook

The Learning Center

You can create three types of notebooks in OneNote. A notebook...
OneNote 2010

Entering Information into OneNote

The Learning Center

OneNote is far more flexible that most Office progra...
OneNote 2010

Notebook Sections

The Learning Center

Each notebook has section tabs. These allow you to organize the diff...
OneNote 2010

Pages

The Learning Center

Each section of the notebook can have multiple pages, allowing you to organize t...
OneNote 2010

Subpages

The Learning Center

A page can also have subpages. For example, in the meetings section, you can ...
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

OneNote Tables
OneNote makes it easy to create tables on the fly.
To Create a Table Whil...
OneNote 2010

Tags

The Learning Center

Tags help you to find important notes. OneNote comes with a variety of preset tag...
OneNote 2010

Search Tags

The Learning Center

OneNote allows you to search your notebooks for text and information marke...
OneNote 2010

Insert/Remove Space

The Learning Center

Insert/Remove space allows you to increase or decrease the space b...
OneNote 2010

Templates

The Learning Center

Templates allow you to apply consistent formatting to the pages in your note...
OneNote 2010

Moving Pages

The Learning Center

Pages can be moved from one section of a notebook to a different section....
OneNote 2010

Moving/Copying Sections

The Learning Center

Sections can be moved from one notebook to another. For exampl...
OneNote 2010
1. Click on the section to be moved and
drag it towards the NavigationPane.

The Learning Center

2. Hold the...
OneNote 2010

Print to OneNote

The Learning Center

OneNote allows you to send Office documents such as PowerPoint presen...
OneNote 2010
5. In the Select Location in OneNote dialog box,
choose the notebook and section into which the file
will be ...
OneNote 2010

Link Creation

The Learning Center

OneNote allows you to create links to different pages on the fly. These ...
OneNote 2010

Searching

The Learning Center

The OneNote search function allows you to search text you have entered, docu...
OneNote 2010

Integration with Outlook

The Learning Center

Outlook Tasks
You can create tasks in OneNote that are added ...
OneNote 2010

Send to OneNote from Outlook

The Learning Center

Outlook has a built-in Send to OneNote option that allows...
OneNote 2010
3. The message appears
as a new page in the
selected section.

The Learning Center

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OneNote 2010

Dock to Desktop

The Learning Center

The Dock to Desktop option sticks the OneNote window on the side of yo...
OneNote 2010
In the Notification Area of the Taskbar, Right click on the
OneNote icon, and from the menu select Open New S...
OneNote 2010

Sharing Notebook Information

The Learning Center

OneNote allows you to share information in your notebook ...
OneNote 2010

Shared Notebooks

The Learning Center

Shared notebooks allow you to create a notebook that is available to ...
OneNote 2010
3. In the Password Protection dialog box, enter the password.
4. Click OK.

The Learning Center

5. The secti...
OneNote 2010

Syncing

The Learning Center

If a notebook—either one you are using on multiple computers or one you are sh...
OneNote 2010

Backups

The Learning Center

If you are sharing a notebook with other people, it is a good idea to make sur...
OneNote 2010

Screenshots

The Learning Center

In Office 2010, you can take pictures or screenshots of other windows and ...
OneNote 2010

Tablet Commands

The Learning Center

OneNote has specific commands to be used with a tablet PC. Some of the...
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

OneNote Quick Reference
Command

Tab Location

Other
Location

Keyboard

Attach File

In...
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

Command

Tab Location

Other
Location

Keyboard

Highlight Selected
Text

Home > Basic T...
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

Command

Tab Location

Other
Location

Keyboard

Picture

Insert > Images

Question Tag
...
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

Function
absolute value
arccosine
arcsine
arctangent
cosine
radians to degrees
natural l...
OneNote 2010
The Learning Center

Move the current section
New page
New row
New section
New subpage
New window
Next page
N...
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  1. 1. OneNote2010
  2. 2. Table of Contents Main Screen ...................................................... 3 Creating a New Notebook................................. 4 Entering Information into OneNote ................ 5 Rule Lines ......................................................... 5 Notebook Sections ............................................ 6 Section Colors ................................................... 6 Pages ................................................................. 7 Subpages ........................................................... 8 OneNote Tables ................................................ 9 Math .................................................................. 9 Tags ................................................................. 10 Search Tags ...................................................... 11 Insert/Remove Space ......................................12 Templates ........................................................13 Moving Pages ...................................................14 Moving/Copying Sections ............................... 15 Deleting............................................................16 Print to OneNote ............................................. 17 Link Creation ...................................................19 Searching ........................................................ 20 Text in Images ................................................ 20 Integration with Outlook .................................21 Outlook Tasks ..................................................21 Send to OneNote from Outlook...................... 22 Dock to Desktop ............................................. 24 Side Notes ....................................................... 24 Sharing Notebook Information ...................... 26 E-mailing a OneNote Page ............................. 26 Shared Notebooks .......................................... 27 Password Protected Sections.......................... 27 Syncing ........................................................... 29 Backups........................................................... 30 Screenshots ......................................................31 Tablet Commands .......................................... 32 Creating Handwritten Text ............................ 32 Converting Handwriting to Text .................... 32 OneNote Quick Reference .............................. 33 Math Functions .............................................. 35 OneNote Keyboard Commands...................... 36 Revised: March 12, 2012 © 2010The Learning Center at the Robert C. Byrd Health Science Center, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV 2
  3. 3. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center OneNoteis best thought of as a virtual three ring binder. It’s a place to keep notes and organize projects and generally organize your virtual life. Main Screen The ribbon has been implemented in OneNote 2010. Quick Access Toolbar Section Tabs New Section Search Page Tabs Ribbon Navigation Bar Unfiled Notes 3
  4. 4. OneNote 2010 Creating a New Notebook The Learning Center You can create three types of notebooks in OneNote. A notebook you will use only on one computer, a notebook you will use on multiple computers, and a notebook stored on a remote server that is shared with others. To Create a New Notebook 1. Select the File tab of the ribbon. 2. Select the New tab. 3. Select where the notebook will be stored: The Microsoft Live site (Web), SharePoint or a network drive (Network) or locally (My Comptuer). 4. Create a name for the notebook. 5. If you are saving the notebook on a network, browse to select the location where it will be stored. If saving the notebook on your computer, browse to select a location on your computer. 6. Click the Create Notebook button. 7. If the notebook is saved to a network location, you can choose to send a link to others. 4
  5. 5. OneNote 2010 Entering Information into OneNote The Learning Center OneNote is far more flexible that most Office programs in that it allows you to enter text and information anywhere on the page. To Add Typed Text to OneNote 1. Place your cursor anywhere in the OneNote page. 2. Begin to type. To Add a Picture to OneNote 1. Drag and drop the picture from anywhere on your computer to an open OneNote page. --OR-1. Select the Inserttab of the ribbon. 2. In the Images section, click the Picturesbutton. 3. Browse to the location of the image. 4. Select the image and click the Insert button. To Add a Document to OneNote 1. Drag and drop the file from anywhere on your computer to an open OneNote page. --OR-1. Select the Insert tab of the ribbon. 2. Click the Attach File button. 3. Browse to the location of the image. 4. Select the file and click the Insert button. Rule Lines OneNote allows you to select from a variety of rule lines for your notebook pages, from college ruled to graph paper to no lines at all. The Writing Tools toolbar contains a toggle to turn the lines off. The menu allows you to select the type of rule lines you want for your page. To Select Rule Lines 1. Select the View tab of the ribbon. 2. Click the Rule Lines button to toggle the lines on and off. 3. Click the lower part of the button to select the desired rule or grid lines. 5
  6. 6. OneNote 2010 Notebook Sections The Learning Center Each notebook has section tabs. These allow you to organize the different parts of your project. For example, you could have one section for meeting notes, another section for questions to be addressed, and still another section for a working outline of the paper/project/poster. To Create a New Section 1. Click the Create a New Section tab. --OR-Use the keyboard command Ctrl + T. Section Colors You can assign different colors to each section, to make moving back and forth between sections easier. To Change the Color of a Section 1. Right click on the section tab you want to modify. 2. From the drop down menu, select Section Color then select the desired color. 6
  7. 7. OneNote 2010 Pages The Learning Center Each section of the notebook can have multiple pages, allowing you to organize the content of your project. To Create a New Page In the Page Tabs pane, click New Page. --OR-Use the keyboard command Ctrl + N. --OR-Hold the cursor over the page list, a small page icon appears to the left. Click on the page icon to create a new page at the selected location. To Create a New Page from a Template 1. In the Page Tabs pane, click the arrow beside New Page. From the drop down menu select Page Templates. 2. The Task Pane opens to display available templates. Select the desired category. 3. Click the template you would like to use. 7
  8. 8. OneNote 2010 Subpages The Learning Center A page can also have subpages. For example, in the meetings section, you can have pages for development meetings and pages for production meetings, and each page can have a set of subpages— one subpage for each individual meeting. To Create a Subpage 1. In the Page Tabs pane, click the arrow beside New Page. From the drop down menu, select New Subpage. To Change a Page to a Subpage 1. Right click on the tab of the page to be demoted. 2. From the drop down menu select Make Subpage. 8
  9. 9. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center OneNote Tables OneNote makes it easy to create tables on the fly. To Create a Table While Typing 1. Type the content of the first cell in the table. 2. Press the Tab key on the keyboard. A table is created and the cursor moves to the next blank cell. 3. Once the first column is created, press the Enter key to create the next row. 4. When the table is complete, press the Enter key twice to end the table. Math You can do a variety of simple math functions and equations within OneNote. Calculation Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Operator + * or x / Function absolute value arccosine arcsine arctangent cosine radians to degrees natural logarithm base-2 logarithm Calculation Operator Percent % Exponents ^ Factorial ! Syntax ABS ACOS ASIN ATAN COS DEG LN or LOG LOG2 Function base-10 logarithm return remainder pi (π) phi (φ) degree to radians sine square root tangent Syntax LOG10 MOD PI PHI RAD SIN SQRT TAN To Do Math 1. Type the problem you want to solve, including adding the equal sign (=). 2. Press the Enter key. 3. The answer appears. 9
  10. 10. OneNote 2010 Tags The Learning Center Tags help you to find important notes. OneNote comes with a variety of preset tags, but you can also create your own tags.Multiple tags can be applied to a section of text. You can also create your own tags. To Apply a Tag 1. Place the cursor in the line of text to be tagged. 2. Select the Home tab of the ribbon. 3. In the Tags section, select a tag from the display box. --OR-Expand the display to select from the full drop down menu. 4. The selected tag is placed to the left of the text. 10
  11. 11. OneNote 2010 Search Tags The Learning Center OneNote allows you to search your notebooks for text and information marked with specific tags. To Search for Specific Tags 1. Select the Home tab of the ribbon. In the Tags section, click the Find Tags button. 2. The Tags Summary opens in the Task Pane to the right. 11
  12. 12. OneNote 2010 Insert/Remove Space The Learning Center Insert/Remove space allows you to increase or decrease the space between OneNote text and image boxes. To Insert Remove Space 1. Select the Draw tab of the ribbon. 2. In the Edit section, click the Insert Space button. 3. The cursor changes to display an arrow attached to a horizontal line. 4. Click and drag to add or remove white space. 12
  13. 13. OneNote 2010 Templates The Learning Center Templates allow you to apply consistent formatting to the pages in your notebook. OneNote comes with several default templates, but you can also design your own templates. To Create a Template 1. Create the page as desired. This includes not just background, but also tables and text that can be filled in by the user. 2. In the Page Tabs pane, click the arrow beside New Page. From the drop down menu select Page Templates 3. At the bottom of the Page Setup Task pane, click Save Current Page as Template. 4. Create a name for your new template. 5. Click Save. 6. The template now appears in the My Templates section. To Use a Personal Template 1. From the menu select File then New and then Page from Template. 2. In the Task Pane on the right, select the desired template. 3. A new page is created with the selected template applied. 13
  14. 14. OneNote 2010 Moving Pages The Learning Center Pages can be moved from one section of a notebook to a different section. For example, once a question has been answered, it could be move to an answers section of the notebook. To Move Pages between Sections 1. Open the section that contains the page to be moved. 2. In the Page Tabs pane, click on the tab of the page to be moved, and drag that tab towards the Section tabs. 3. Hold the cursor over the tab of the destination section until that section opens. 4. Release the mouse. 5. The page is moved to the open section. --OR-1. Open the section containing the page to be moved. 2. Right click on the tab to be moved. 3. From the drop down menu select Move Page To then select the desired section. 14
  15. 15. OneNote 2010 Moving/Copying Sections The Learning Center Sections can be moved from one notebook to another. For example, if an individual project becomes a group project, the sections and pages of that notebook can be moved to a shared notebook. To Move/Copy a Section from OneNotebook to another Notebook 1. Right click on the section you want to move. 2. From the menu, select Move or Copy. 3. The Move or Copy Section dialog box opens. Select the destination notebook. 4. Click Move. --OR-Click Copy. --OR-- 15
  16. 16. OneNote 2010 1. Click on the section to be moved and drag it towards the NavigationPane. The Learning Center 2. Hold the cursor over the destination notebook. 3. In the popup menu, select the desired location for the migrating section. Deleting To Delete a Section 1. Right click on the section tab. 2. From the menu select Delete. To Delete a Page 1. Right click on the page tab. 2. From the menu select Delete. 16
  17. 17. OneNote 2010 Print to OneNote The Learning Center OneNote allows you to send Office documents such as PowerPoint presentations to OneNote. This allows you to annotate those files within OneNote, such as taking notes directly on a PowerPoint presentation. Just as with sending a document to a printer, you can send a selection to OneNote instead of the entire document. To Print a Document to OneNote 1. Select the File tab of the ribbon then select the Print tab. 2. Select Send to OneNote 2010 as the printer. 3. Choose the desired settings. 4. Clickthe Print button. 17
  18. 18. OneNote 2010 5. In the Select Location in OneNote dialog box, choose the notebook and section into which the file will be sent. 6. Click OK. The Learning Center 7. The speed at which a document processes depends upon the size and complexity of that document. 8. The document is inserted as a new page. 18
  19. 19. OneNote 2010 Link Creation The Learning Center OneNote allows you to create links to different pages on the fly. These links are created using double brackets [[ ]] and the name of the page or section between the brackets. To Create a Link 1. Type a double left bracket, [[. 2. Type the name of the section on page to which you want to link. 3. Type a double right bracket, ]]. 4. OneNote will automatically convert the text to a hyperlink. 19
  20. 20. OneNote 2010 Searching The Learning Center The OneNote search function allows you to search text you have entered, document text, and even text in images such as business cards. To Search OneNote 1. Above the page tab section, click in the Search area. 2. Type in the term or terms for which you are searching. A list of matching pages is listed. Text in Images When you search OneNote, the programs also searches clear text inside of any images you have inserted into your notebooks. 20
  21. 21. OneNote 2010 Integration with Outlook The Learning Center Outlook Tasks You can create tasks in OneNote that are added to your Task List in Outlook. To Create an Outlook Task from OneNote 1. Place the cursor in the line to text to become an Outlook task. 2. In the Home tab of the ribbon click the Outlook Tasks button. 3. From the drop down menu, select the desired due date for the task. 4. An Outlook task flag appears next to the text. 5. The new task appears in your Outlook To-Do List. 21
  22. 22. OneNote 2010 Send to OneNote from Outlook The Learning Center Outlook has a built-in Send to OneNote option that allows you to send e-mail messages and meeting notes directly to OneNote. To Send a Message or Appointment to OneNote 1. In the Message tab of the ribbon, click the Send to OneNote button. 2. In the Select Location in OneNote dialog box, chose where the new page should appear. 22
  23. 23. OneNote 2010 3. The message appears as a new page in the selected section. The Learning Center 23
  24. 24. OneNote 2010 Dock to Desktop The Learning Center The Dock to Desktop option sticks the OneNote window on the side of your screen, and keeps other programs from obscuring the window. To Dock OneNote to the Desktop 1. Select the View tab of the ribbon. 2. Click the Dock the Desktop button. Side Notes Side Notes are similar to sticky notes, except that when you add to a OneNote Side Note, that information is placed into OneNote as Unfiled Notes you can then move into any Notebook. Side Notes are available even if the OneNote program is not open and running. To Open Side Notes 1. In the OneNote program, select the View tab of the ribbon, then in the Window section, click the New Side Note button. --OR-- 24
  25. 25. OneNote 2010 In the Notification Area of the Taskbar, Right click on the OneNote icon, and from the menu select Open New Side Note. The Learning Center --OR-Use the keyboard command Windows + N. 2. A Side Note window opens. Use this window to jot down information as you think of it. 3. This information is automatically added to OneNote in the Unfiled Notes area of your notebooks. 25
  26. 26. OneNote 2010 Sharing Notebook Information The Learning Center OneNote allows you to share information in your notebook in a variety of ways. If you have shared server space, you can save the notebook on a common server, and then share the notebook with multiple people who can also access that space. If you do not have access to shared server space, you can still share information by e-mailing pages of your notebooks. For example, pages of a lab notebook in OneNote can be e-mailed to the laboratory assistant, so paper notebooks do not have to be collected. E-mailing a OneNote Page Notebook pages can be e-mailed so that the recipient can view the page whether they have the OneNote program or not. To E-Mail a OneNote Page 1. Open the page you want to send. 2. Select the Home tab of the ribbon, and then click the E-mail Page button. --OR-Use the keyboard command Ctrl + Shift + E 3. A new mail message opens with the selected page displayed as the message. Enter the recipients address in the To Box. 4. Click the Send button. The page remains in your notebook, and a copy of the page is embedded in the email message for the recipient to view. 26
  27. 27. OneNote 2010 Shared Notebooks The Learning Center Shared notebooks allow you to create a notebook that is available to multiple people at multiple locations. In order to share a notebook, you must have a network location that is available to all users with whom you want to work. To Share a Notebook 1. On the Share tab of the ribbon, click the Share This Notebook button. 2. An Outlook email opens. Add the desired recipients to the message. 3. Send the message. Password Protected Sections You can restrict sections of a notebook to specific users with whom you’ve shared the password. All users will be able to see the protected section, but only users to whom you have provided the password can view the content of the section. To Password Protect a Section 1. Right click on the tab to be protected and from the drop down menu select Password Protect this Section. 2. The Task Pane opens displaying the Password Protection options. Click the Set Password button. 27
  28. 28. OneNote 2010 3. In the Password Protection dialog box, enter the password. 4. Click OK. The Learning Center 5. The section is now password protected. E-mail the password to all individuals who need to view the protected section. To Remove Password Protection 1. Right click on the tab to be protected. 2. From the drop down menu select Password Protect this Section. --OR-From the menu select File and then Password Protect this Section. 3. In the Task Pane, click the Remove Password button. 4. Enter the current password. 28
  29. 29. OneNote 2010 Syncing The Learning Center If a notebook—either one you are using on multiple computers or one you are sharing with others—is located on a server. Although OneNote syncs automatically on a regular basis, you can manually sync a notebook as well. For instance, if you have made changes and are going to close the OneNote, you may want to sync to make sure that the server based notebook contains all your changes. The Sync status of a notebook is visible with a glance at the Navigation Pane. Notebooks that are located on a server and accessed by multiple computers will have a Sync icon. A green check means that the notebook has synched properly. A red X means the notebook has not synched properly. To Manually Sync a Notebook 1. Select the Filetab of the ribbon, select the Settings button next to the notebook you want to sync. 2. From the drop down menu select Sync. --OR-1. Right click on the notebook button in the Navigation Pane and select Sync this Notebook Now. --OR-1. Use one of the following keyboard commands: • F9 – Sync All Notebooks • Shift + F9 – Sync this Notebook 29
  30. 30. OneNote 2010 Backups The Learning Center If you are sharing a notebook with other people, it is a good idea to make sure you are creating regular backups. Backups are created by and for each individual using the notebook, and by default are stored on your computer. You can set backups to run automatically, or you can manually backup a notebook after making major changes. To Set/Modify Your Backup Settings 1. Select the File tab of the ribbon. 2. In the left pane, select Options. 3. Select Save & Backup. 4. If desired, modify the Backup Folder location. 5. Set the backup time as desired. 6. Set the number of backups as desired. 7. Click OK. To Manually Backup OneNote Files 1. Select the File tab of the ribbon. 2. In the left pane, select Options. 3. Select Save & Backup. 4. Click the Back Up Changed Files Now button or the Backup All Notebooks Now button. 5. Click OK. 30
  31. 31. OneNote 2010 Screenshots The Learning Center In Office 2010, you can take pictures or screenshots of other windows and programs on your computer, and insert those images into your office document. Screenshots allow you to grab an image of an entire window. Screen Clipping allows you to get just a portion of a window or program. To Take a Screenshot of an Entire Window 1. Open the other program or window to the desired page. 2. Return to the Office program where the screenshot should be placed. 3. Select the Insert tab of the ribbon. 4. Click the Screenshot button. 5. From the drop down menu select the desired window. 6. A picture of that window is added into your open document. To Use Screen Clipping 1. Open the other program or window to the desired page. 2. Return to the Office program where the screenshot should be placed. 3. Select the Insert tab of the ribbon. 4. Click the Screenshot button. 5. From the menu, select Screen Clipping. 6. The Office program in which you are working minimizes, the main screen becomes washed out, and a large plus sign (+) appears. 7. Click and drag to select the area you want to capture. 8. When you release the mouse, the office program from which you started the screen capture returns, and the image is inserted into your document. 31
  32. 32. OneNote 2010 Tablet Commands The Learning Center OneNote has specific commands to be used with a tablet PC. Some of these commands are available for use with the mouse; however, some of the commands can be used only on a tablet PC. The writing tools are located on the Draw tab of the ribbon. Creating Handwritten Text OneNote has multiple options for using the tablet pen, and allows you to easily take notes, make drawings, and make text notations. To Create Handwritten Text 1. Select the Pen tool on the Draw tab of the ribbon. 2. Write on a OneNote page as you would normally use the tablet pen. Converting Handwritingto Text You can easily convert your handwritten notes to text with the built in Convert Handwriting to Text command. To Convert Handwriting to Text 1. Using the Lasso tool or the Select Object tool, highlight the text to be converted. 2. Draw tab of the ribbon, click the Ink to Text button. --OR-Right click and select Ink to Text. 32
  33. 33. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center OneNote Quick Reference Command Tab Location Other Location Keyboard Attach File Insert > Files section Drag & drop Bold Home > Basic Text section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + B Bulleted List Home > Basic Text section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + . (period) Center Home > Basic Text section Ctrl + E Clear Formatting Home > Basic Text section Ctrl+Shift+N Convert Handwriting to Text Draw > Convert section Right click Copy Home > Basic Text section Right click Current Date Insert > Time Stamp section Alt + Shift + D Current Date & Time Insert > Time Stamp section Alt + Shift + F Current Time Insert > Time Stamp section Alt + Shift + T Cut Home > Basic Text section Delete Selected Draw > Edit section Alt + 3 Dock to Desktop View > Views section Ctrl + Alt + D E-mail Page Home > Outlook section Ctrl + Shift + E Eraser Draw > Tools section Find Tags Home > Tags section Format Painter Home > Basic Text section Full Page View View > Views section Handwriting to Text Draw > Convert section Hide Page Title Reference View > Page Setup section Right click Mini Toolbar Ctrl + C Ctrl + X Ctrl+Shift+C Ctrl+Shift+V F11 Right click 33
  34. 34. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center Command Tab Location Other Location Keyboard Highlight Selected Text Home > Basic Text section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + Shift + H Important Tag Home > Tags section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + 2 Ink to Text Draw > Convert section Right click Insert Document Inset > Files Alt+N, F Insert Picture Insert > Images Alt+N, P Insert Space Draw > Edit section Italic Home > Basic Text section Lasso Select Draw > Tools section Left Align Home > Basic Text section Ctrl + L Link Insert > Links section [[ … ]] New Notebook Reference File > New > (select location) New Page Mini Toolbar Task Pane New OneNote Window View > Window section New Side Note View > Window section Ctrl + I Ctrl + Alt + N Ctrl + M Ctrl + Shift + M Windows + N Task Pane New Section Taskbar Ctrl + T Next Week Outlook Task Home > Outlook section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + Shift + 4 No Date Task Home > Outlook section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + Shift + 5 Normal View View > Views section Numbered List Home > Basic Text section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + / (slash) Outlook Task Home > Outlook section Page Color View > Page Setup section Paste Home > Basic Text section Right click Ctrl + V 34
  35. 35. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center Command Tab Location Other Location Keyboard Picture Insert > Images Question Tag Home > Tags section Recent Edits Share > Shared Notebook section Remove Space Draw > Edit section Remove Tag Home > Tags section Right Align Home > Basic Text section Ctrl + R Rule Lines View > Page Setup section Ctrl + Shift + R Screen Clipping Insert > Images Search Tags Reference Home > Tags section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + 3 Mini Toolbar Ctrl + 0 (zero) Search Current Page Ctrl+F Search Notebook Ctrl+E Select & Type Draw > Tools section Share this Notebook Share > Shared Notebook section Strikethrough Home > Basic Text section Ctrl + - (hyphen) Subscript Home > Basic Text section Ctrl + = Superscript Home > Basic Text section Ctrl + Shift + = Tags Home > Tags section Right click To Do Tag Home > Tags section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + 1 Underline Home > Basic Text section Mini Toolbar Ctrl + I Math Functions Calculation Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Operator + * or x / Calculation Operator Percent % Exponents ^ Factorial ! 35
  36. 36. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center Function absolute value arccosine arcsine arctangent cosine radians to degrees natural logarithm base-2 logarithm Syntax ABS ACOS ASIN ATAN COS DEG LN or LOG LOG2 Function base-10 logarithm return remainder pi (π) phi (φ) degree to radians sine square root tangent Syntax LOG10 MOD PI PHI RAD SIN SQRT TAN OneNote Keyboard Commands Bulleted list Clear all formatting Decrease font size Decrease indent Definition tag Dock E-mail selected pages First page in the section Format painter Ctrl+Period Ctrl+Shift+N Ctrl+Shift+< Shift+Tab Ctrl+5 Ctrl+Alt+D Ctrl+Shift+E Alt+Home Ctrl+Shift+C Ctrl+Shift+V Full-screen view F11 Heading 1 Ctrl+Alt+1 Heading 2 Ctrl+Alt+2 Heading 3 Ctrl+Alt+3 Heading 4 Ctrl+Alt+4 Heading 5 Ctrl+Alt+5 Heading 6 Ctrl+Alt+6 Highlight selected text in yellow Ctrl+Shift+H Important tag Ctrl+2 Increase font size Ctrl+Shift+> Insert a document or file Alt+N, F Insert picture Alt+N, P Jump to title Ctrl+Shift+T Last page in section Alt+End Left-align Ctrl+L Lock all password-protected sections Ctrl+Alt+L Math equation Alt+= Move or copy the current page Ctrl+Alt+M Move paragraph down Alt+Shift+Down Arrow Move paragraph up Alt+Shift+Up Arrow 36
  37. 37. OneNote 2010 The Learning Center Move the current section New page New row New section New subpage New window Next page Next section Normal style Numbered list Open a notebook Open a section Open side note Previous page Previous section Question tag Remember for later tag Ribbon toggle Right-align Rule lines toggle Search current page Search notebook Sync all notebooks Sync current notebook To do tag Shift+F10 Ctrl+Alt+N Ctrl+Enter Ctrl+T Ctrl+Shift+Alt+N Ctrl+M Ctrl+Page Down Ctrl+Tab Ctrl+Shift+N Ctrl+Slash Ctrl+O Ctrl+Alt+Shift+O Ctrl+Shift+M Ctrl+Page Up Ctrl+Shift+Tab Ctrl+3 Ctrl+4 Ctrl+F1 Ctrl+R Ctrl+Shift+R Ctrl+F Ctrl+E F9 Shift+F9 Ctrl+1 If you would like more information about other Learning Center workshops, please or visit our website at http://www.hsc.wvu.edu/its/LC or call the Learning Center at 293-3631 ext 5. 37

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