WorkingSm@rt using OneNote

This Course is being delivered by our Partner, Priority Management, at their Assimil8 Learning Centre located at: 11 Rosemount Avenue Ottawa, Ontario.

Course Length: Half Day

Make collaborating with your team as easy as 1-2-3. The key to success lies in the ability of teams to work together without the constraint of being together, whether the challenge is virtual, where geography is the issue, or the reality of team schedules not lining up. Now it is possible to collaborate in a way that maximizes flexibility and minimizes the places you need to look to find key information or data. Find everything you need for a specific project or subject in OneNote book, not your notebook.

Learning Objectives:
This course will help you:
- Create, edit, organize, and enhance notes using Microsoft OneNote
- Integrate your notes with other applications

Target Student:
This course is designed for users who take notes and use automated tools to organize and manage the notes.

Course Outline:
Section 1: Information Management Best Practices

Identify the best practices in information management for capturing, organizing, finding, centralizing, sharing and storing information.
Determine how closely you follow these best practices and where you can improve.

Section 2: Getting Started with OneNote

Understanding basic OneNote concepts
Understanding the structure of OneNote notebooks
Creating, saving, sharing, opening and closing a notebook
Using a notebook to support a project

Section 3: Taking Notes

Inserting notes in sections and pages
Creating and using templates to facilitate your individual and team note-taking
Inserting different types of information
Managing space in pages

Section 4: Working as a Team in Shared Notebooks
Using OneNote in a docked session to easily link information from an application or from the web
Managing shared notebooks
Working as a team in a shared notebook
Managing different editions of a notebook

Section 5: Linking, Tagging & Locating Notes
Linking two pieces of information
Tagging your information
Retrieving your information using links and tags

Section 6: Integrating OneNote with Outlook
Using OneNote to support your daily activities in Outlook

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What You Get:

Certificate of completion