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OneNote Overview

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OneNote is an incredible tool that can be used both personally and professionally.

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OneNote Overview

  1. 1. City of Punta Gorda
  2. 2.  What is OneNote?  Creating and Organizing Notebooks  Take and Manage Notes  Password Protection  Quick Notes  Linking  Templates  Locate and Share Information Overview
  3. 3.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices. What is it?
  4. 4.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices.  Syncs to pc, phone, and web What is it?
  5. 5.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices.  Collaboration tool What is it?
  6. 6.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices. What is it?
  7. 7.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices. What is it?
  8. 8.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices.  Can handwrite  Don’t have to open OneNote What is it?
  9. 9.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices.  Works with other MS applications What is it?
  10. 10.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices.  Works with other MS applications What is it?
  11. 11.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices. What is it?
  12. 12.  Free digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across all devices. What is it?
  13. 13.  To create a new OneDrive-based notebook in OneNote, do the following:  On any page in OneNote, swipe upward from the bottom of the screen.  Tap Notebooks.  Under Notebooks, tap (+) Notebook.  Enter a descriptive name for your new notebook (for example, Research Notes), and then tap ENTER. Creating a Notebook
  14. 14.  Open the notebook section, right-click on its tab, and select Password Protect this Section. The Password Protection pane will open on the right side. Select Set Password, enter a password twice in the Password Protection dialog box, and click OK. Now you can share that information on a need-to-know basis. Password-protect your notes
  15. 15.  Sometimes you need to capture information or an idea in a note now and worry about contextualizing it later. For those moments OneNote offers the Quick Note, the digital equivalent of a Post-it. Create Quick Note
  16. 16.  To link to a paragraph, right-click on the text, select Copy Link to Paragraph, then paste the link wherever you want.  The link will display some or all of the first line of text from the paragraph, but you can change this by right-clicking the link and selecting Edit Link. A Link dialog box will appear, and you can change the text in the Text to Display field. When a user clicks on the link, the paragraph will open on its original page. Link to specific paragraphs
  17. 17.  To choose a template, open a note and select Insert > Page Templates. Arrow down to one of the five categories—Academic, Blank, Business, Decorative, and Planners—and click on one to see your choices. Select a template to apply it to the currently opened note.  If you’ve formatted a note yourself that you want to save as a template, open it and select Insert > Page Templates. On the Templates pane, select Save Current Page as Template. Enter a name for your design in the dialog box that appears and click Save. A new category called My Templates will appear on the pane with your template in it. Templates
  18. 18.  If you prefer using keyboard shortcuts, you can press Ctrl+E to expand your search to all notebooks.  In the search box, type a keyword or phrase.  As you type, OneNote begins returning page results that match your search word or phrase.  Choose a search result to retrieve the matching note. Searching
  19. 19.  Email  Invite collaborators  After creating new notebook, OneNote asks if you want to invite people Sharing Notes

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