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Want to get started using OneNote? This post is the first in a series covering the basics. The other tips we've published to date include:
Tip 2: Adding photos, screenshots and links
Tip 3: Find stuff in your OneNote notebook (search)
Tip 4: Record and add audio and video
Tip 5: Connect task lists & turn notes into emails
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. A OneNote notebook is organized like a traditional notebook except you can add or delete as many sections and pages as you want.
Today you'll learn how to:
Setting up a new notebook
Here you can see how OneNote is organized. Notebooks are listed in the left column, sections are the tabs on top, and pages within each section are listed in the right column.
To create a new notebook:
Your new notebook opens with a section already in place,and you can add as many sections to it as you want.
To add a new section to a notebook:
To name a section:
To add a new page:
To name a new page:
Type the title on the page itself, and the page tab automatically populates with the name.
Now that you're notebook is set up, you can start putting stuff into it. Read Tip #2 to learn how to do that.
I'm so much looking forward to next post.