OneNote 2013 Complete

Course Length: 6hrs (1 Day)

Microsoft OneNote is an exceptionally flexible software application for creating and managing all your personal or business notes. It can help you keep track of expenses, meeting notes, and all your important information, and then sync it across multiple devices or share it with your team. You can draw, write, type, click, or swipe to create notes and then share them on any device with yourself or with your team or your family.

Learning Objectives:

In this course, you will:
- Create OneNote notebooks and navigate through them easily
- Work with pages, sections, section groups, and alternate notebooks
- Learn how to utilize the power of tags to categorize and prioritize your notes
- Create and insert links and files
- Insert video files and audio notes
- Work with various shapes, images, and styles
- Learn how to share your notebooks, and work simultaneously with others in shared notebooks
- Create and apply different templates
- Use various integration features that allow you to work with other programs, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, web browsers, and more

Target Student:
This course is for users of all fields and roles who are familiar with the Microsoft Office suite and wish to now harness the power of digital note-taking to create and access their notes on any device or platform or to have the ability to share their notes and additional content with others.

Course Outline:
Section 1: The Basics

Getting Started
Signing In
About the Notification Icon
Opening Notebooks
Using the Page Tabs
 
Section 2: Your First Notebook
Creating a Notebook
Creating Pages and Subpages
Working with Pages and Subpages
Working with Containers
Entering and Deleting Text
Checking Your Spelling

Section 3: Formatting Text

Changing the Font Face, Size, and Color
Highlighting Text
Applying Text Effects
Applying Styles
Using the Format Painter
Clearing Formatting
 
Section 4: Using Editing Tools
Using Cut, Copy, and Paste
Dragging and Dropping Text
Using Undo and Redo
Using Search
 
Section 5: Drawing Shapes, Part One
Inserting Shapes
Resizing Shapes
Moving Shapes
Deleting Shapes
 
Section 6: Drawing Shapes, Part Two
Customizing Color and Thickness
Choosing How Shapes are Treated
Locking Drawing Mode
Toggling Snap To Grid
 
Section 7: Using Basic Note Tools
Creating Lists
Inserting Tables
Inserting Pictures
Creating Links
Inserting Files
 
Section 8: Working with Sections and Section Groups
Creating Sections and Section Groups
Renaming Sections and Section Groups
Deleting Sections and Section Groups
Changing the Color of Sections
Merging Sections
Saving Sections
 
Section 9: Using Page Templates
Creating a Page from a Template
Setting the Default Template
Saving the Current Page as a Template
Deleting a Custom Template
 
Section 10: Using Tags
Applying Tags
Creating Tags
Removing Tags
Searching for Tags
 
Section 11: Working with Files in OneNote
Inserting a File Printout
Attaching a File
Converting an Attachment to a Printout
Opening Attachments
 
Section 12: Linking Notes
Enabling or Disabling Linked Notes
Creating Linked Notes
Viewing Linked Notes
Copying a Link for an Item
Clearing Links
 
Section 13: Working with Audio and Video Files

Viewing Inserted Media Files
Using the Audio & Video – Playback Tab
Changing Audio and Video Settings
Searching Audio and Video Files
 
Section 14: Sharing Your Notebook
Creating Shared Notebooks
Sending Invitations
Using Shared Notebooks
Stopping Sharing
 
Section 15: Saving and Printing Your Notebook
Saving Your Notebook as PDF or XPS
E-mailing Your Notebook
Exporting
Printing Your Notebook
 
Section 16: Using Quick Notes and Docked Notes
Creating a Quick Note
Managing Quick Notes
Docking and Undocking a Window
Using Linked Note Taking

Price: $365.00

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Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Duration: 1 Day
Language: English

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What You Get:

Training includes 1 course manual, a Certificate of completion, and a voucher for 30 days of After Training Support

What You Need:

It is recommended that the student has a good understanding of how to use the 2007, 2010, or 2013 edition of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. The students should be able to launch and close applications, navigate basic file structures, and manage files and folders.