Microsoft OneNote 2010 Plain & Simple [NOOK Book]


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Get the guide that makes learning Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 plain and simple! This full-color, no-nonsense book shows you the quickest ways to take, organize, and share great notes—with easy-to-follow steps, screenshots, and concise, straightforward language.

Here's WHAT you'll learn:

  • Take notes and organize them with ease
  • Arrange notes in pages, sections, and notebooks
  • Add pictures, drawings, and audio and video clips
  • Apply readymade and custom tags to your notes
  • Link notes to web pages and Microsoft Office files
  • Share your notes and collaborate with others

Here’s HOW you’ll learn it:

  • Jump in wherever you need answers
  • Easy-to-follow STEPS and SCREENSHOTS show exactly what to do
  • Handy TIPS teach new techniques and shortcuts
  • Quick TRY THIS! exercises help apply what you learn right away
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735665286
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 9/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 302,396
  • File size: 12 MB
  • Note: This product may take a few minutes to download.

Meet the Author

Peter Weverka is a long-time author who has written on a variety of Microsoft applications, including all the Microsoft Office applications and Microsoft Money. He is the author of Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 Step by Step.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction: About This Book;
1.1 No Computerese!;
1.2 A Comprehensive Approach;
1.3 A Quick Overview;
1.4 A Few Assumptions;
1.5 What’s New in OneNote 2010;
1.6 A Final Word;
Chapter 2: What’s New in Microsoft OneNote 2010;
2.1 Using the Ribbon;
2.2 Using the Quick Access Toolbar;
2.3 Formatting Text with the Styles Gallery;
2.4 Linking to Other Notebooks, Sections, and Pages;
2.5 Docking OneNote on the Side of the Screen;
2.6 Reviewing and Restoring Page Versions;
2.7 Sending Outlook Data to OneNote;
2.8 Using the Mini Translator;
2.9 Formulating and Drawing Math Equations;
Chapter 3: Getting Started with OneNote 2010;
3.1 What’s Where in OneNote 2010;
3.2 Taking Advantage of the Notebook-Section-Pages Hierarchy;
3.3 Creating a Notebook;
3.4 Renaming a Notebook;
3.5 Opening a Notebook;
3.6 Closing a Notebook;
3.7 Collapsing and Expanding Notebooks on the Navigation Bar;
3.8 Navigating in OneNote;
3.9 Converting OneNote 2007 Notebooks to 2010;
Chapter 4: Storing Your Notes;
4.1 Creating Sections;
4.2 Creating Section Groups;
4.3 Creating Pages;
4.4 Creating Subpages for Page Groups;
4.5 Revisiting and Restoring a Different Version of a Page;
4.6 Password-Protecting a Section;
Chapter 5: Writing Basic Notes;
5.1 Writing a Note with the Keyboard;
5.2 Selecting, Moving, and Deleting Notes;
5.3 Entering Symbols and Unusual Characters;
5.4 Selecting Text;
5.5 Copying and Moving Text;
5.6 Formatting Text;
5.7 Applying Styles to Text;
5.8 Creating Numbered and Bulleted Lists;
Chapter 6: Taking Notes to Another Level;
6.1 Writing Side Notes;
6.2 Handwriting Notes and Converting Them to Text;
6.3 Creating and Constructing Outlines;
6.4 Date- and Time-Stamping Notes;
6.5 Placing Files and Printouts in Notes;
6.6 Placing Images in Notes;
6.7 Constructing Math Equations;
6.8 Recording Audio and Video Notes;
Chapter 7: Putting a Table in a Note;
7.1 Creating a Table;
7.2 Inserting and Deleting Columns and Rows;
7.3 Selecting Parts of a Table;
7.4 Handling Table Borders;
7.5 Changing the Width of Columns;
7.6 Aligning Text in Tables;
Chapter 8: Linking Your Notes;
8.1 Linking to Other Places in OneNote;
8.2 Creating Links to Web Pages and Files;
8.3 Editing and Managing Links;
8.4 Taking Linked Notes;
Chapter 9: Making OneNote Easier to Use;
9.1 Handling the Navigation Bar and Page Tabs;
9.2 Minimizing and Expanding the Ribbon;
9.3 Changing Screen Views;
9.4 Docking OneNote to the Desktop;
9.5 Opening Another OneNote Window;
9.6 Zooming In and Out;
Chapter 10: Spell Checking Your Notes;
10.1 Running a Spell Check;
10.2 Customizing the Spell Checker;
10.3 Spell Checking Foreign-Language Text;
10.4 Correcting Common Misspellings;
Chapter 11: Drawing Notes;
11.1 Drawing Free-Form with a Pen or Highlighter;
11.2 Creating a Free-Form Pen or Highlighter;
11.3 Drawing Lines, Shapes, and Graphs;
11.4 Using the Eraser;
11.5 Panning to See Your Work;
11.6 Manipulating Lines and Shapes;
11.7 Arranging Overlapping Lines, Shapes, and Containers;
11.8 Rotating and Flipping Lines and Shapes;
Chapter 12: Organizing Your Notes;
12.1 Moving, Copying, and Merging Pages and Sections;
12.2 Tagging Notes for Follow Up;
12.3 Customizing Tags;
12.4 Finding Tagged Notes;
12.5 Color-Coding Notebooks, Sections, and Pages;
Chapter 13: Searching for Stray Notes;
13.1 Searching a Page;
13.2 Searching a Section, Section Group, or Notebook;
13.3 Searching All Open Notebooks;
13.4 Refining Searches with the Search Results Pane;
13.5 Choosing the Default Search Scope;
Chapter 14: Housecleaning in OneNote;
14.1 Deleting a Page;
14.2 Deleting a Section;
14.3 Restoring Pages and Sections from the Recycle Bin;
14.4 Backing Up Notebooks Manually;
14.5 Choosing How to Back Up Notebooks;
14.6 Opening a Backup Copy of a Notebook Section;
Chapter 15: Conducting Research in OneNote 2010;
15.1 Handling the Research Task Pane;
15.2 Researching a Topic;
15.3 Customizing the Research Task Pane;
15.4 Translating Text;
Chapter 16: Distributing Your Notes;
16.1 Printing a Section;
16.2 Emailing a Page;
16.3 Saving Pages, Sections, and Notebooks in Alternative File Formats;
16.4 Transferring a Notebook to Another Computer;
Chapter 17: Using OneNote with Other Office 2010 Applications;
17.1 Opening a Page in Word;
17.2 Creating an Outlook Task in OneNote;
17.3 Entering Meeting Details from Outlook in a Note;
17.4 Entering Outlook Information (Email, Meeting, Contact, Task) on a Page;
Chapter 18: Sharing Notebooks with Others;
18.1 Sharing a Notebook;
18.2 Finding Unread Notes;
18.3 Finding Notes by Specific Authors;
18.4 Finding Recently Edited Notes;
Chapter 19: Customizing OneNote 2010;
19.1 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar;
19.2 Customizing the Ribbon;
Chapter 20: Using OneNote Web App;
20.1 Introducing Web Applications;
20.2 Getting Ready to Use OneNote Web App;
20.3 Creating a Notebook;
20.4 Exploring OneNote Web App;
20.5 Opening a Notebook in OneNote 2010;
20.6 Inviting Others to Coauthor a Notebook;
20.7 Finding Out Who Wrote Notes;
20.8 Using OneNote Web App in Office 365;

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