Get a jump start on OneNote: Live training course Tuesday, June 4

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Join us Tuesday, June 4 to learn how to use OneNote to organize and streamline your life. Whether you’re just getting started with OneNote or a longtime fan looking for a few new tricks, we’ll show you how OneNote can help you make the most of your work and personal time. In this in-depth session,’s help and how-to trainers, Doug Thomas and Dave Ludwig, will lead a fast-paced course full of OneNote samples and demos to show you how to use OneNote to organize and share your essential information.

When? June 4, 2013 at 9-11am PDT
Where? Wherever you want–this is an online course.
Cost? Free! But please register in advance: OneNote Jump Start

Questions? Yes, please! Ask us any questions you have about OneNote or this course in the comments.

  1. myacaparas

    would you save this in a video format like youtube or something, that would make it accessible at a later time for someone like me whose time zone makes it inconvenient to watch it during the original time?

    • OneNote Team User">

      Mya – yes there will be a video recording. To know when they are posted subscribe to this blog or follow us on Twitter:

  2. OneNote Team User">

    Deb – yes there will be a video recording. To know when they are posted subscribe to this blog or follow us on Twitter:

  3. Sounds great – I’ll be there. Do questions have to be asked in advance, or can they be asked during the session via comment?

    • OneNote Team User">

      Tom – you can ask questions before, during or even after the session 🙂 During is a great time since we will have people from the product team answering questions in real-time.

  4. TamiSavage

    I’m really looking forward to this event! Thank you!
    I am an entrepreneur and can easily see the value OneNote provides (currently I am using another option but I would much prefer to use OneNote.) My question is how can I interact with my notebooks via my Droid mobile devices?

    • OneNote Team User">

      Tami – Thanks for considering OneNote! There is a OneNote app available for Android Phones. You can search for it on your phone or go to and scroll to the bottom for links to all our apps. Also If your notebooks are in the cloud (SkyDrive or Office 365) you can go to, sign in and then open all your notes and viewedit them in our web app. I hope this helps.


    There are still so many people who don’t know about the many ways in which you can use OneNote to help your day to day business activities. I just published an online course on Udemy called “Smart and effective notes using OneNote” where I share how I use OneNote to take better meeting notes, to do research and how to conduct job interviews. The current training is on OneNote 2010, stay tuned for the 2013 version.

  6. Karsten Ulferts

    I´m writing a blog about use cases and Business case on OneNote. Maybe there is some interesting Content for you.

  7. goodfriday1

    I would like to be notified when the next One Note course is coming up. I am intrigued with how it can be used in project management. Thanks, Ulrika, for published the online course. I will definitely check it out!

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