Using Microsoft Publisher & OneNote


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A quick Intro to Publisher & OneNote 2010

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Using Microsoft Publisher & OneNote

  1. 1. Using Microsoft OneNote & Publisher<br />By: Laura Cusick<br />
  2. 2. Publisher 2010<br />Purpose: Desktop Publishing (Create, Edit, Print & Share)<br />Newsletters<br />Calendars<br />Awards<br />Programs<br />Resumes<br />
  3. 3. Word vs Publisher<br />Word <br />Intended for Word Processing<br />Works with Text in a Linear Fashion<br />Provides Tools for Citation and Grammar<br />Ready-To-Use Templates<br />Publisher<br />Intended for Desktop Publishing<br />Can Manipulate Text in Multiple Ways<br />Provides More Complex Formatting<br />Ready-To-Use Templates<br />
  4. 4. The Ribbon<br />Constant in the 2010 Office Suite<br />Group Label:<br />Categories of tools on each tab<br />Backstage Tab<br />Helps you manage and send the document<br />Contextual Tab:<br />Appears only when you need it<br />
  5. 5. Classroom Applications<br />Routines: Classroom Newsletters, Snack/Test Calendars, Programs for Concerts, Student Awards<br />Curriculum:Travel Brochures for books or History topics, Newspapers related to Science topics, Postcards from one character to another, etc...<br />
  6. 6. Let’s Play!<br />Choose a template, insert and edit pictures, etc…<br />
  7. 7. OneNote 2010<br />Purpose<br />Personal Organization: Gather, Organize & Find Information<br />Shared Organization: Share information across networks using SharePoint<br />Uses<br />Research<br />Agendas<br />Note Taking<br />To-Do Lists<br />Project Development<br />
  8. 8. OneNote Interface<br />Just like a binder, except DIGITAL!<br />Notebook Names<br />Notebook Dividers<br />Pages in Each Section<br />Work Space: Typed Notes, Hand written Drawings and notes, Pictures, Videos, Screen Clippings, etc…<br />
  9. 9. Classroom Applications<br />Teachers: Organize Lesson Plans, Syllabus and Course Materials in One Location<br />Students: Learn to Organize Class Notes & Materials Digitally<br />
  10. 10. Let’s Play!<br />Create a notebook with dividers and individual pages. Insert Pictures and screen clippings, templates, to-do lists, etc…<br />
  11. 11. Resources & Support<br />This Presentation & Other Resources:<br />Publisher Support:<br />OneNote Support:<br />