OneNote 2013 For Dummies
By James H. Russell
Publisher: Wiley / For Dummies
Released: April 2013
Pages: 224

Learn to:

  • Take advantage of note saving and sharing tools
  • Create notes from scratch and add electronic files
  • Index your notes for easy searching
  • Use OneNote on your Windows® 8 tablet

Take note! OneNote lets you organize, access, and share notes on multiple devices

OneNote is much more than a note-taking app for students. The 2013 incarnation is a feature-rich application with online and tablet versions that enable sharing and collaboration. And this book shows you how to take full advantage of everything it offers — text recognition, the ability to include data from other Office apps, and more!

  • Meet OneNote — navigate the interface, create a Microsoft account, and set up a notebook
  • Note how it's done — make your first notes, organize them, and choose whether to sync your notes manually
  • Tag it — tag notes for followup, mark ideas, identify items to be e-mailed, and establish priority
  • See what you mean — add images, video, and audio to notes
  • Write on — hand-write a note on your tablet's screen and let OneNote convert it to text
  • Notes in the sky — store notes securely on SkyDrive® and access them from any web- enabled device
  • A team effort — share notes and collaborate via OneNote Web App

Open the book and find:

  • Easy ways to format notes
  • Tips on keeping your notes secure
  • Why you need a Microsoft account
  • All about OneNote for Windows 8
  • How to edit notes on Android and iOS devices
  • Ways to use OneNote every day
  • What you need to know about permissions
  • Ten terrific OneNote tips
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