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Course: Utilizing OneNote 2016 to its Fullest

Utilizing OneNote 2016 to its Fullest

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About this Course

This course with give you the skills and knowledge to harness the power of OneNote to organize both your personal and professional lives. Learn how to utilize and expand upon OneNote’s practical uses and enhanced features to your advantage. 

This course will start by teaching you to navigate OneNote's screens and tab/ribbons. Once you are comfortable with navigating OneNote, we'll move into working with the wide range of features and functions -

  • OneNote Screen Overview
  • Screen Basics
  • Tabs/Ribbons
  • Contextual Tabs
  • Key Tips
  • Quick Access Toolbar
  • Adding Commands/Features to the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Removing Commands/Features from the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Changing the Order of Commands on the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Moving the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Resetting the Quick Access Toolbar
  • Working with Notebooks
  • Creating Notebooks
  • Closing Notebooks
  • Opening Notebooks
  • Working with Pages and Subpages
  • Adding Pages
  • Deleting Pages
  • Moving Pages
  • Creating Subpages
  • Expanding and Collapsing Subpages
  • Working with Sections and Section Groups
  • Creating Sections
  • Creating Section Groups
  • Moving Sections to a Section Group
  • Rearranging Sections
  • Working with Page Content
  • Taking Notes
  • Typing Notes
  • Hand Writing Notes
  • Recording Audio or Video Notes
  • Taking Linked Notes
  • Inserting Notes from the Web
  • Inserting Pictures
  • Attaching Files and Inserting Printouts
  • Working with Content
  • Merging Containers
  • Highlighting Notes (Typed Text and Objects)
  • Using Bullets and Numbering
  • Extracting Text from Pictures and File Printouts
  • Creating Links
  • Creating Links to Documents and Directories
  • Creating Links to Web Pages
  • Creating Links to Other OneNote Pages
  • Editing Links
  • Tagging Notes
  • Searching
  • Searching Notes
  • Turning on Audio and Video Searching
  • Printing and Exporting
  • Printing Pages
  • Exporting Notes as PDF Files
  • Sharing Notebooks
  • Sharing Notebooks via Invite
  • Removing Users from Shared Notebooks
  • Creating Shared Links
  • Removing Shared Access
  • Additional Information
  • Quick Notes
  • Creating Quick Notes While Using OneNote
  • Creating Quick Notes Without Opening OneNote
  • Utilizing OneNote in Conjunction with Outlook
  • Creating To Do Lists
  • Creating OneNote To Do List
  • Creating Outlook Tasks from OneNote Items
  • Marking Tasks as Complete
  • Managing Outlook Meeting Details
  • Sending Notes via Email

Step-by-step instructions for the features taught are included with the resources.

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is for anyone wanting to learn how to utilize OneNotes many features and functions.
Basic knowledge
  • You will need OneNote 2016 installed on your computer. However, many of the features and functions in this course can also be used by OneNote 2013 users.
What you will learn
  • At the end of this course you will have the knowledge and skill set to fully utilize OneNote to organize both your personal and professional life. The skills you take away from this course will allow you to incorporate OneNote's orgainzational capabilities into all aspects of your life -- meetings/class notes (written, audio, video), to do lists (projects, meetings, grocery lists), project planning, party planning...just to name a few.
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 21
Common duration: 01:59:45
Introduction to Utilizing OneNote 2016
  • Introduction  
Overview
  • Screen Basics and Tabs/Ribbons  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will have an understanding of OneNote's screen and be able to navigate OneNote's screen and within the Tabs and Ribbons.

  • Contextual Tabs and Key Tips  

    After this lecture, you will have an understanding of the various Contextual Tabs that become available within OneNote. You will also know how to use the Key Tips to navigate utilizing the keyboard instead of the mouse.

  • Quick Access Toolbar  

    Once you've completed this lecture, you will have the skills to add and remove commands/features and change their order. You will also be able to move the Quick Access Toolbar and reset it if necessary.

Functions and Features
  • Working with Notebooks  

    Once you have completed this lecture, you will know how to -

    • Create Notebooks
    • Open Notebooks
    • Close Notebooks
  • Working with Pages and Subpages  

    After this lecture, you will have the skills to -

    • Add Pages
    • Delete Pages
    • Move Pages
    • Create Subpages
    • Expand and Collapse Subpages
  • Working with Sections and Section Groups  

    Once you complete this section, you will have the skills to -

    • Create Sections and Section Groups
    • Move Sections to a Section Group
    • Rearrange Sections
  • Taking Notes Part 1  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will be able to take Notes by -

    • Typing Notes
    • Hand Writing Notes
    • Recording Audio and/or Video Notes
  • Taking Notes Part 2  

    Once you have completed this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Take Linked Notes
    • Insert Notes from the Web
  • Inserting Pictures  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will have the skills to insert pictures into your notes. You will also learn of the three types of pictures that can be inserted -

    • Screen Clippings
    • Pictures (on PC)
    • Online Pictures (Web)
  • Attaching Files and Inserting Printouts  

    After completing this lecture, you will have the skills necessary to Attach Files (links to local or cloud-based files) and Insert Printouts (images of the file are placed within the note).

  • Working with Content Part 1  

    After this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Merge Containers
    • Highlight Notes (typed text and objects)
    • Use Bullets and Numbering
  • Working with Content Part 2  

    After this lecture, you will be able to extract text from pictures and file printouts.

  • Working with Links  

    Once you have completed this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Create Links to Documents and Directories
    • Create Links to Web Pages
    • Create Links to Other OneNote Pages
    • Edit Links
  • Tagging Notes  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Tag Notes using OneNote's built-in tags (such as To Do Tag, Remember for Later and Important) or custom tags
    • Search for Tags using the Tag Summary Sidebar
  • Searching  

    From this lecture, you will learn how to search the various types of notes. You will also learn how to turn on audio and video searching.

  • Printing and Exporting  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Print Notes (add footer, if needed)
    • Export Pages, Sections or Notebooks to various formats
  • Sharing Notebooks  

    Once you have completed this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Share Notebooks via Invite
    • Set rights (Edit or View)
    • Remove Users from Shared Notebooks
    • Create Shared Links
    • Set rights (Edit or View)
    • Remove Shared Access
  • Quick Notes  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Create Quick Notes while using OneNote
    • Create Quick Notes without opening OneNote
  • Functions and Features - Quiz  
Utilizing OneNote in Conjunction with Outlook
  • OneNote To Do Lists and Outlook Tasks  

    Once you have completed this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Create OneNote To Do List
    • Create Outlook Tasks from OneNote Items
    • Mark Tasks as Complete (both OneNote and Outlook)
  • Manage Meeting Details and Notes  

    Upon completion of this lecture, you will be able to -

    • Manage Outlook Meeting Details
    • Send Notes via Email
  • Utilizing OneNote in Conjunction with Outlook - Quiz  
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