People have been carrying around tattered notebooks and day planners for years. With the advent of the smartphone and tablet computers, however, it quickly became apparent that the notebook could go away, if only we could come up with some method of coordinating information between the phone, tablet and desktop computer. Microsoft OneNote is the answer!
Microsoft OneNote: Fundamentals
Offices are swiftly moving to the electronic notebook, as a replacement for hand written legal pads and post-it notes. The ability to collect your thoughts on one device, review them on another, and then share them with colleagues is invaluable.
Some of the topics covered include:
- Building Notebooks
- Juggling Multiple Notebooks
- Sharing features of OneNote
- Content Creation in OneNote
- Integration with Microsoft Outlook
- Features just for Excel and Word
- The Send to OneNote Tool
- To-Do Lists and Project Organization with OneNote