This course is an introduction to, and in-depth look at the OneNote 2016 program. During the course, students will learn how OneNote can help them to organize their notes more efficiently, and allow them to access their content from anywhere. Students will also learn how to share the contents of their OneNote notebooks with others, and collaborate.
Instructor: Ed McCrae
What am I going to get from this course?
- Understand and navigate OneNote
- Create new notebooks and add pages and sections
- Add various kinds of content to a Notebook
- Share a OneNote notebook with others
- Integrate OneNote with other applications
- Manage OneNote notebooks
Prerequisites and Target Audience
What will students need to know or do before starting this course?
Basic computer skills. A general understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite of user-productivity products is helpful but not required.
Who should take this course? Who should not?
Students needing the skills and knowledge to use OneNote notebooks
Student Data Files
Module 2: Introducing OneNote
What is OneNote?
Understanding the OneNote Environment
Using the Backstage View
Using the Home Tab
Using the Insert Tab
Working with the Draw and History Tabs
Using the Review and View Tabs
Customizing the Interface
Module 3: Managing Notebooks
Creating a Notebook
Creating Sections and Pages
Sharing a Notebook
Opening an Existing Notebook
Module 4: Working with Notebook Contents
Inserting Tables and Images
Recording Audio and Video
Using Page Templates
Printing in OneNote
Using the Drawing Tools
Module 5: Organizing Notebooks
Using Outlook Tasks
Advanced Section Management
Advanced Page Management
Proofing a Notebook
Module 6: Using OneNote Files with Other Programs
Understanding Printing Options
Using the OneNote Mobile App
Using OneNote Online