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Now that you know how to set up a notebook, add stuff to it, and find everything fast, what other useful things can you learn to do in OneNote? How about the fact that you can record and add audio? And video? In this post you'll learn how to do both.
Sometimes you put so much stuff into an OneNote notebook you can't find something--even though you've organized the notebook into well-labeled sections and pages. If you're a big traveler, for example, you might have packed it with menus from exquisite restaurants in Paris or notes about the Egyptian Pyramids you visited last year.
One really fast way to find pretty much anything, anywhere in OneNote is to search for it. Just type a phrase in the Search box.
How often can you get to Key West when you’re from its opposite corner—the Pacific Northwest? I went to Key West to dry out, see wildly different flora and fauna, and sample southern and Cuban cuisine.
I wanted to remember every last second so I created a running travelogue in a OneNote notebook with photos, favorite restaurant info, and my notes. I’ll walk you through my notebook to show you how to add that type of content to your own.
Want to get started using OneNote? This post is the first in a series covering OneNote basics.
Some of you might want to know what OneNote is. It's the ultimate digital notebook. Think of it as a giant container where you can collect and organize all sorts of information. You can use it as a scrapbook, photo album, research notebook, and more. Today we show you how to set one up.
This 15-Minute Webinar shows you how to get started with OneNote--and why. You can learn what OneNote is or upgrade your skills with a few tricks I've learned along the way.
Do you use OneNote to collaborate on a large team and want to make sure one group doesn't see the budget? Or do you want to share a notebook with photographs from your last trip and want your friends to see all of them, but not your family? Or if your laptop is stolen, what happens to the informatoin in your notebook ? Whatever the reason, it's a good idea to know how to password protect sections of your OneNote notebook.
Microsoft User Research is currently looking for a group of people who are passionate about their tablets or iPads to participate in a year-long panel. When you participate in a Microsoft User Research study, you become part of our product and services development process. In providing your perspective, ideas and comment, you'll help us shape the next version of our products.
You asked, we listened. Today marks the exciting debut of OneNote Mobile for Android in over 20 international markets. With this release, OneNote Mobile is available across a variety of platforms, all of which let you effortlessly collect, find, use, and share your notes and ideas on the go.
Read the full blog post to download OneNote Mobile to your Android phone and to get a first look at the app!
If you've been using OneNote on your iPhone for a while, you already know how useful it is for keeping tabs on all of your busy life's tasks, commitments, ideas, and decisions.
Today, just in time for the holidays, we’re releasing OneNote 1.3 for iOS that further expands on the full OneNote experience with brand-new mobile features — including a version that's tailored for the iPad. Today also marks the app's worldwide debut in over 50 new markets.
Read the full blog post for a first look at the new version!