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Here's our quick monthly roundup of OneNote stories and tips from around the Web during the month of August. As always, if you know of a great OneNote tip, story, or post that we didn't list here, please post a comment below.
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-- Michael C. Oldenburg
I am just learning to use OneNote2010 for organizing my extensive recipe collection. I need to know if I should make seperate notebooks for each main catagory of recipes and then use the tabs to further define the sub-sections (not sure how many notebooks it will allow you to have or how many tabs) or should I just have one notebook for recipes and use the tabs for each main catagory? I don't know if I can have sub-catagories under each tab or not so if you could shed a little light on this I would greatly apprecitate it. I don't want to have to re-do a bunch of work. Thanks so much, Susan
Response to suzarooze re organizing a recipe collection in OneNote:
First, I created a OneNote notebook named Recipes.
I then made Section Groups. Each Section Group is the name you see in recipe books (desserts, meats, vegetables, soups, casseroles, beverages, etc.).
Under each Sections Group, I made Sections. These are named, for example, pies, cakes, ice cream, etc.
In each Section, the pages are your actual recipes.
Section Group: Desserts
Sections: Pies, Cakes, Ice Cream, etc.
Pages: Each page has ONE recipe. You can have numerous pages!
Don't forget to include a picture at the top of each page to tempt you to use the recipe!
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