Power One Note: Unleash the Power of One Note

Overview


Covering the use of Microsoft OneNote in a wide variety of situations, this handbook provides tips for anyone who takes notes, organizes materials, or keeps a to-do list. In addition to providing the basic information on using the product's interface, this guide teaches how to use OneNote to do specific tasks such as brainstorming, mind mapping, storyboarding, and minutes taking. Also discussed are using OneNote on a Tablet PC, using the existing stationery files to organize notes for a wide variety of classes, ...
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Overview


Covering the use of Microsoft OneNote in a wide variety of situations, this handbook provides tips for anyone who takes notes, organizes materials, or keeps a to-do list. In addition to providing the basic information on using the product's interface, this guide teaches how to use OneNote to do specific tasks such as brainstorming, mind mapping, storyboarding, and minutes taking. Also discussed are using OneNote on a Tablet PC, using the existing stationery files to organize notes for a wide variety of classes, and finding OneNote resources online.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932802023
  • Publisher: Holy Macro! Books
  • Publication date: 10/28/2004
  • Series: On Office series
  • Pages: 305
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.63 (d)

Meet the Author


Kathy Jacobs is the founder of OneNoteAnswers.com and PowerPointAnswers.com. She is a Microsoft PowerPoint MVP and the author of Kathy Jacobs on Powerpoint. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Bill Jelen is the principal of MrExcel.com and the author of Guerilla Data Analysis Using Microsoft Excel and Mr Excel on Excel. He lives in Uniontown, Ohio.
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Table of Contents

1 What's OneNote? 1
The Obvious Uses 3
The Not-So-Obvious Uses 5
How did OneNote come to be? 6
Where Does OneNote Store Things? 10
2 The OneNote Interface 13
Adding notes to pages 15
Deleting Notes, Pages, and Sections 24
Flagging Notes 25
Date Stamps 30
Searching for Notes 31
Moving Content Around 35
Customizing OneNote Pages 38
Stationery 39
Security 41
3 Using OneNote with Your Tablet PC 47
What's the Difference Between a TabletPC and a Tablet? 50
Screen Orientation 51
Choosing a Pen 53
Textual Inked Notes 54
Drawn Inked Notes 55
4 OneNote Audio and Video 57
Configuring Audio and Video 59
OneNote and Audio 66
OneNote and Video 68
Audio and Video Limitations 69
5 Side Notes 72
Side Note Basics 73
Moving Side Notes to Your Notebook 74
Side Note Use: Side Thoughts 76
Side Note Use: Phone Messages 77
6 Saving OneNote Content 79
Why No Save Option? 81
Saving as MHT 87
What Else is in the "My NoteBook" Folder? 90
7 Sharing Notes 93
Common Pages 96
Sharing Via Email 97
Sharing Via Remote Storage 99
Sharing Interactively 100
8 Create Your Own Stationary 109
Designing Stationery 112
Adapting Default Stationery 118
Other Stationery Tasks 119
9 Using OneNote with Outlook 2003 121
Creating Appointments 124
Creating Contacts 125
Creating Tasks 126
Sending Notes as Email 127
Importing Meeting Details 129
10 To Do Lists in OneNote 133
Old Methods of To Do Lists 135
Basic OneNote To Do List 137
Advanced OneNote To Do List 148
Built-in Methods for OneNote To Do Lists 149
11 Using OneNote for Research 153
Planning Your Research 156
Collecting Information 157
Track Research from Print Books and Journals 167
Record an audio interview or lecture 168
Send to Microsoft Word 170
Research Task Pane 171
12 Using OneNote with Powerpoint 173
Designing Presentations 175
Reviewing Presentations 179
Taking Notes During Presentations 183
13 Using OneNote with Word 185
Sending General Notes to Word 188
Sending Lists and Outlines to Word 191
Sending Word Documents to OneNote 193
14 Using OneNote with Excel 197
OneNote and Tabular Data 199
Excel Using Copy & Paste 201
Insert Excel Document as Picture 208
Bring Excel Data To Onenote Using A Screen Clipping 210
15 OneNote in the Classroom 213
Lesson Planning Tools 215
Precreated Assignment and Test Material 221
Other Classroom Management Tools 222
Student Uses 225
16 Using OneNote at Home 229
Grocery & Meal Planning 231
Monthly Bill Minder 242
Emergency Number Vault 244
Travel Planning 245
Garden Journal 245
17 Using Office VBA to Programmatically Interact with One Note 249
Sending Data Using Command Line Switches 253
Using Import 264
Appendix A Where to Get More Help 281
Group Help Sources 283
OneNote Web Sites 284
Appendix B Other OneNote Ideas 287
Tools People Have Written 289
Appendix C OneNote System Requirements and Dependencies 295
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 6, 2012

    Recommend

    Although this book was written in 2004, it gave the kind of orientation and information that I needed in order to gain a working understanding of OneNote. Worth purchasing.

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