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OneNote 2016: Up To Speed

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OneNote 2016: Up To Speed

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May 22, 2016
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9780991518678
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The OneNote 2016: Up To Speed guide helps you to get up and running quickly with the Microsoft’s premier note-taking application - Microsoft OneNote.  This handy step-by-step guide is written from scratch, starting with basic OneNote topics and moving on to more advanced features of the application, designed to help you to become more productive more quickly.  Though comprehensive, the information in this book is presented in a clear, concise manner with screenshots providing helpful visual guidance all along the way.

In no time at all you're be navigating OneNote, creating and editing notes, sharing notes with others, formatting notes, export data into OneNote and getting out of OneNote like a pro. 
    
Some of the topics include:        
        
Examining the OneNote Environment
Navigating OneNote
Creating & Renaming Notebooks
Changing Notebook Color
Changing Screen Views
Searching Notebooks
Setting OneNote Options
Hiding the OneNote Ribbon
Exporting your Notes to a different Format
Closing a OneNote Notebook
Creating a New Section
Renaming Sections and Pages
Color-Coding a Section
Moving, Grouping and Deleting Sections
Restoring a Deleted Section
Password Protecting a Section
Creating and Moving Pages
Creating Notes
Moving & Resizing Notes
Creating & Moving Quick Notes
Sending Office Documents to OneNote
Copying & Pasting Data into OneNote
Using the OneNote Clipper
Inserting Images
Inserting Online Images using Bing Search
Inserting Images from Facebook & Flicker
Inserting Images from OneDrive
Creating Audio & Video Notes
Inserting Online Video
Embedding an Excel Spreadsheet
Attaching Files to Notes
Emailing Yourself a Note
Handwriting Notes
Drawing Simple Math Equations
Copying, Cutting and Pasting Text
Using Formatting Tools
Using the Mini Toolbar
Using Format Painter
Checking Spelling
Using AutoCorrect
Inserting Symbols & Special Characters
Adding a Time Stamp to Notes
Aligning Text
Adjusting Spacing between Paragraphs
Indenting Paragraphs
Creating a Bulleted & Numbered Lists
Tagging Notes
Creating an Outline
Working with Hyperlinks
Using Existing Templates
Creating a New Template
Setting the Default Template
Setting Page Size & Margins
Setting Page Orientation & 
Changing Page Background Color
Inserting Rule Lines
Previewing & Printing OneNote Pages
Drawing Free-Form
Creating a Favorite Pen or Highlighter
Adding Shapes and Lines
Selecting Lines and Shapes
Using the Eraser
Formatting, Moving and Resizing Drawing Objects
Layering & Rotating Drawing Objects
Creating a Table
Inserting Rows and Columns
Deleting Rows and Columns
Hiding Table Borders
Adjusting Column Width in a Table
Adjusting Row Position in a Table
Changing Cell Alignment
Sorting Data in a Table
Applying Shading to Cells
Converting a Table to an Excel Spreadsheet
Sending a Page by E-mail
Sharing Notebooks with Others
Synchronizing Shared Notebooks
Creating an Outlook Task from a Note
And More….

Lançado em:
May 22, 2016
ISBN:
9780991518678
Formato:
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  • Once you delete sections and pages, they are moved to the Recycle Bin, where they can be restored for up to 60 days.  The Recycle Bin is located under the History tab on the Ribbon.

  • OneNote allows you to send your pages to Microsoft Word.  This comes in handy if you like to start out your drafts in OneNote but prefer to polish them up in Word.

  • To redisplay the Ribbon, click any tab on the Ribbon and click the Pin the Ribbon icon on the lower right edge of the RibbonOrPress the Ctrl + F1 keystroke combi-nation.

  • You can also search for information online using the Research Task Pane.  Click the Research icon on the Review Ribbon and type in your search term in the Search box.

  • You cannot edit the data directly from OneNote however; you will need to click the Edit button on the top-left corner of the spreadsheet to open it in Excel.

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Copyright & License Notes

OneNote: Up to Speed

By R.M. Hyttinen

Copyright © 2016 by R.M. Hyttinen.  All rights reserved.

Published by PCM Courseware, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

http://pcmcourseware.com

ISBN: 978-0-9915186-7-8

Examples used in this book are fictional.  Any resemblance to actual persons living or dead, businesses, incidents, organization or events is purely coincidental.

All rights reserved.  No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning or otherwise, without the prior permission of the Publisher.  Although every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book, the publisher and author assume no responsibility for errors and omissions.  Nor is any liability assumed for damages resulting from the use of information contained within.

If you found this book helpful, please consider leaving a review wherever you purchased this book.  Also consider telling your friends about it to help me spread the word about my book.

Thank you so much for supporting my work!

License Notes

This e-book is licensed for your personal enjoyment only. This e-book may not be re-sold, given away to other people or used in any type of training classes. If you would like to share this book with another person, please purchase an additional copy for each recipient. If you’re reading this book and did not purchase it, or it was not purchased for your use only, then please return to your favorite e-book retailer and purchase your own copy. Thank you for respecting the hard work of this author.

Trademark Acknowledgements

Microsoft, Windows and OneNote are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation.  All other known trademarks have been appropriately capitalized and are the property of their respective owners.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Copyright & License Notes

Introduction

Chapter 1 - OneNote Basics

Starting OneNote

Opening an Existing Notebook

The OneNote Environment

Navigating OneNote

Creating a New Notebook

Renaming a Notebook

Changing Notebook Color

Changing Screen Views

Zooming In and Out

Searching Notebooks

Exporting Your Notes to Other Formats

Setting OneNote Options

Hiding the OneNote Ribbon

Using Help

Closing a OneNote Notebook

Chapter 2 - Working with Sections & Pages

Creating a New Section

Renaming Sections and Pages

Color-Coding a Section

Moving a Section

Grouping Sections

Moving a Section to a Group

Deleting a Section

Restoring a Deleted Section

Merging Sections

Password Protecting a Section

Creating Pages

Moving a Page

Creating a Subpage

Chapter 3 - Getting Data into OneNote

Creating a Note

Moving a Note

Resizing a Note

Creating a Quick Note

Moving a Quick Note to a Notebook

Sending Office Documents to OneNote

Copying & Pasting Data into OneNote

Inserting a Screen Clipping

Using the OneNote Clipper

Inserting Images

Inserting Online Images using Bing Search

Inserting Images from Facebook & Flicker

Inserting Images from OneDrive

Creating Audio & Video Notes

Inserting Online Video

Embedding an Excel Spreadsheet

Attaching Files to Notes

Adding a File Printout

Emailing Yourself a Note

Handwriting Notes

Drawing Simple Math Equations

Chapter 4 - Editing Text

Selecting Text in a Note

Copying and Pasting Text

Cutting and Pasting Text

Using Formatting Tools

Using the Mini Toolbar

Using Format Painter

Formatting Quick Notes

Checking Spelling

Using AutoCorrect

Using the Thesaurus

Inserting Symbols & Special Characters

Using Undo & Redo

Adding a Time Stamp to Notes

Aligning Text

Adjusting Spacing between Paragraphs

Indenting Paragraphs

Creating a Bulleted List

Creating a Numbered List

Generating Complex Equations

Tagging Notes

Creating an Outline

Working with Hyperlinks

Chapter 5 - Templates and Pages

Using Existing Templates

Creating a New Template

Setting the Default Template

Setting Page Size & Margins

Setting Page Orientation

Changing Page Background Color

Inserting Rule Lines

Previewing OneNote Pages

Printing OneNote Pages

Lesson 6 - Using Drawing Tools

Drawing Free-Form

Creating a Favorite Pen or Highlighter

Adding Shapes and Lines

Using the Eraser

Selecting Lines and Shapes

Formatting Drawing Objects

Moving and Resizing Drawing Objects

Layering Objects

Rotating Drawing Objects

Chapter 7 - Working with Tables

Creating a Table

Inserting Rows and Columns

Deleting Rows and Columns

Hiding Table Borders

Adjusting Column Width in a Table

Adjusting Row Position in a Table

Changing Cell Alignment

Sorting Data in a Table

Applying Shading to Cells

Converting a Table to an Excel Spreadsheet

Chapter 8 -Group Collaboration

Sending a Page by E-mail

Sending a Page to Word

Sharing Notebooks with Others

Sharing a Link to a Notebook

Synchronizing Shared Notebooks

Creating an Outlook Task from a Note

Searching for Notes by Author

Finding Recently Edited Notes

Viewing Page Versions

Introduction

As the author and founder of PCM Courseware, I am delighted to bring you the next in our Up To Speed series of guides:  OneNote 2016 - Up To Speed.  Since 2003, PCM Courseware has been publishing innovative Print-On-Demand electronic courseware for both the PC and the Macintosh and beginning with the Up to Speed series, we are now creating software guides for everyone, not just for software trainers.

My mission is to create guides to make learning technology concepts easy, no matter what kind of learner you are. The guides are simple to use yet comprehensive in their effectiveness. Many students find the step-by-step approach of our manuals to be a valuable self-study resource.

You do not need to read the book sequentially, although this can certainly be helpful if you are just starting out with OneNote.  I’ve written the book from scratch, starting with basic OneNote topics and moving on to more advanced features of the application, designed to help you to become more productive more quickly. 

If you are looking to accomplish a specific task, be sure to take advantage of the handy Table of Contents.

So let’s get started with OneNote 2016 – Up to Speed.

Chapter 1 - OneNote Basics

Starting OneNote

Welcome to Microsoft OneNote 2016!  OneNote is a powerful and user-friend note-taking application that you can use to take notes and gather information on your computer or mobile devices.  What’s nice about OneNote is that it can be used in conjunction with your other Microsoft Office applications or as a stand-alone software program. 

There are many, many features of this flexible program which we will look at in the upcoming chapters.  In this section, we’ll begin by launching the OneNote Application.

To open OneNote, follow these steps:

1. If you are using Windows 8 or Windows 10, click the OneNote 2016 tile on the Start screen (if you don’t see a OneNote tile, type: OneNote until the application is highlighted.

2. If using Windows 7 or before, click the Start button on the lower-left corner of your screen to display the Start menu, select All Programs > Microsoft Office > Microsoft OneNote 2016 from the Start Menu to launch the application (this may vary, depending on your installation).

Opening an Existing Notebook

When you launch OneNote for the first time, you’ll start out in the Quick Notes area.  This is where you might temporarily store a note until you decide into which notebook you want to place it.  If you have previously opened notebooks in OneNote, they remain open when you quit the application, meaning that the next time you open OneNote, they are there within easy access.

In OneNote 2016, file management commands are located under the File tab on the Ribbon.  This view is referred to as Backstage View.  From Backstage View, you can perform many file operations such as opening, closing, exporting and printing files.  To open an existing notebook, click the File tab on the Ribbon and then click Open in the left pane.  From the Open From Other Locations area, click the area where your notebook is stored, usually on your Computer (local or network drive) or on OneDrive (formerly called SkyDrive) and then navigate to the location where your notebook resides.  If you have recently opened a notebook, it may be listed in the right pane under the Recent Notebooks area.  Click the name of the notebook in the list to quickly open it.

With Microsoft Office 2016, you can save, view and open files from your OneDrive account.  In fact, when opening or saving a OneNote notebook, your OneDrive account is the first option on the list.  Saving your notebooks in your OneDrive cloud account ensures that you can access them from multiple devices as well as from other computers.  Because students in this class may have not have yet set up their own OneDrive account, we will be working only with files stored locally.  However, you may wish to explore OneDrive on your own.

As you will quickly discover, there are several ways to accomplish the same task in Microsoft OneNote.  Many commands under the File tab have an equivalent keyboard command that will accomplish the same thing.  For instance, to open an existing notebook in Microsoft OneNote, you can also use the keystroke combination Ctrl + O to quickly jump to the Open pane in Backstage view.  Another way to jump to Backstage view is to press the Alt + F keystroke combination rather than clicking the File tab.

To open an existing notebook, follow these steps:

1.  Click the File tab on the top left of your screen (or press Ctrl + O).

2.  Click the Open icon in the left pane.

3.  To open a file stored on your OneDrive account, click

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