In this course you will develop digital note-taking, note-collaboration, and note-synchronising skills with Microsoft OneNote, which will allow you to: create and update notes, manage lists and outlines, search, add content including voice memos, pictures, and video, take notes in online meetings, and interact with other Microsoft software programs.
This course is suitable for users of Microsoft OneNote versions 2010 or 2013. If you're attending at a QA location, the course will be delivered on Microsoft OneNote 2013.
- Use a mouse
- Type and use a keyboard
- Navigate through Windows files and folders
- Work with Windows - minimise, maximise, open and close
Dual monitor setup is required for when attending this course via the QA Attend from Anywhere delivery method.
- Understand the OneNote environment
- Add content and organise a Notebook
- Format and organise Notebooks
- Distribute and manage Notebook content
Module 1: Getting Started with OneNote
- Understanding the OneNote Layout
- The OneNote Environment
- OneNote Help
Module 2: Creating a OneNote Notebook
Creating a New Notebook
- Adding Sections, Pages and Subpages
- Adding Text to Containers
- Bulleted and Numbered Lists
- Inserting Images
Using the Send to OneNote Tool
- Screen Clipping
- Send to OneNote
- New Quick Note
Module 3: Using OneNote Templates
- Inserting Page Templates
- Setting a Default Template
- Modifying an Existing Template
- Creating a Custom Template
Module 4: OneNote with other applications
- Linking and embedding files
- Using Web Links
- Adding Audio and Video Files
- OneNote with Outlook Meetings and Tasks
Module 5: Formatting and Organising Notebooks
- Formatting Notebook Pages
- Using Tags
- Searching Notebooks
Module 6: Distributing Notebooks
- Exporting Notebooks
- Sending Notebooks
- Printing Notebooks
- Sharing Notebooks
Module 7: Managing Notebooks
- OneNote Recycle Bin
- Deleting OneNote Items
- Notebook Backups
- Changing OneNote Options
- Working with Drawing Tools (Tablets / Mobile Devices)
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