OneNote 2016 is Microsoft’s note-taking and organizational application and this latest version incorporates a refined page hierarchy, better searching options, automatic links to pasted content, task integration with Outlook, and a variety of new sharing options to make working with others easier. This course covers different features of the interface, shows users how to print, covers some simple scenarios, and examines the basics of formatting. When the course is completed your students will be comfortable creating a new OneNote notebook, customizing the interface, entering information into OneNote from a variety of sources, and using OneNote’s collaboration tools.
Exploring Notebook Structure
This session gets users in the on the ground floor with a look at the basics. Here, students will learn how to navigate their way around OneNote 2016, how to create a notebook, use templates, and customize the interface.
Adding Content and Formats to a OneNote Notebook
This lesson shows students how to: modify notebook formatting, add images and tables, add audio and video while also adding Quick Notes and links. Students are also shown how to use tags, symbols, drawing tools, and pen options.
Managing OneNote Notebooks, History, and Backups
Over the span of this lesson, students will learn ways to save and export content as well as use alternate file types. The lesson wraps up with a look at how to manage notebook recycle bins and backups.
Working with Embedded Files
OneNote can mesh seamlessly with other Microsoft programs such as Excel and Visio and this lesson looks at ways to work with their spreadsheets and diagrams. Students are also shown how to work with other embedded files.
Sharing and Collaborating with Notebooks
Sharing and collaborating are the hallmarks of the modern linked workplace and those skills are covered here. Students will learn to send a notebook and use Outlook integration. They will also learn how to share and collaborate on notebooks.
Finalizing a Notebook
This OneNote 2016 course wraps up with a look at finalizing a notebook and various related aspects. Students are taught how to finalize a notebook using proofing and print settings, how to configure notebooks settings, properties, and security. They will also learn how to search notebooks.