OneNote 2013


In this OneNote 2103 online training series, you'll learn how to create digital notebooks using Microsoft® OneNote® 2013 for Windows. Once you've created your notebooks, you’ll learn how to tag items, helping you to improve your method of organization.

Platform: PC

Length: 1 hr 28 min

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Presented by Cindy Rybaczyk, this OneNote 2013 training course will show you how Microsoft® OneNote® 2013 for Windows is the perfect tool to help you become more organized because it acts as a digital notebook. These notebook pages can contain typed text, handwritten text that can be converted to typed text, images, spreadsheets, Visio® diagrams, and even audio or video recordings.

This course is for Microsoft OneNote 2013 for Windows.

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A. Getting Started
What you’ll learn in this training
Introducing OneNote
Creating a new notebook
Working with pages and subpages
Getting help when you need it
Docking to the desktop
Introducing the new features pt. 1
Introducing the new features pt. 2

B. Basics
Creating pages and subpages
Deleting pages
Moving pages
Inserting more writing space
Typing into pages
Inserting pictures
Working with pictures
Inserting symbols
Using mathematical formulas
Creating linked notes
Searching for information and instant jumping
Using advanced searching
Incorporating Internet information
Linking to Web pages
Formatting pages
Inserting date and time
Printing pages and subpages

C. Tools and Ribbons
Displaying and hiding the Ribbons
Customizing the Quick Access toolbar
Using the Home ribbon
Using the Insert ribbon
Using the Draw ribbon
Using the History ribbon
Using the Review ribbon
Using the View ribbon

D. Working with Text
Working with text blocks
Organizing ideas with Tab and Shift-Tab
Moving text by dragging and dropping
Collapsing and expanding outline topics
Formatting text
Using tables

E. Navigating between Sections
Moving from place to place
Keyboarding vs. clicking for navigating
Using more keyboarding shortcuts
Changing section and page colors

F. Tags
Understanding tags
Tracking items by tagging them
Customizing tags
Accessing tags with shortcut keys
Using tag summaries

G. Options
Setting Display and Editing options
Backing up data and using passwords
Reviewing other useful options to modify

H. Ink
Using the Ribbon’s pens
Erasing ink
Using highlighters
Writing in pen and converting to type

I. Advanced Features
Using Quick Notes
Customizing bullets
Customizing numbering
Protecting sections with passwords
Linking files and notes
Importing files by copying them to OneNote
Creating screen clippings
Attaching files
Recording audio and video
Playing back audio and video
Sharing your notebook with others
Sending pages to others
Using OneNote as a Research tool