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OneNote 2010

Duration: 1 Day, 2 Modules
Module Price: $130
Try Our OneNote 2010 E-Learning Video Description

Computers are frequently used to create, organize, and share your notes and information with others; you can also enhance the content to suit your purpose. In this course, you will use Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 to create different kinds of notes. You will also organize, locate, and share information using OneNote 2010.

Course Objective: You will create, edit, organize, and enhance notes and also integrate them with other applications using Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010.

Target Student:
A student, homemaker, teacher, or professional, who requires an organizational tool to manage information, or to collaborate and share information such as meeting notes with others.



Performance-Based Objectives:

  • Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • explore the Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 user interface and create a simple notebook.
  • create notes using Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010.
  • use templates, organize content, and search for information with Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010.
  • integrate Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 with other applications.
  • use Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 to share your notes with other people.

 

MODULE 1: Introduction to OneNote

Getting Started with OneNote

Introduction to the Ribbon Interface

Create a Notebook

Add Section Tabs & Notes Pages

Creating Section Groups & Page Groups

Typing notes

Formatting notes

Applying simple styles

Drawing Shapes

OneNote Tables

Adding/imbedding content

Using the new insert content window

Copy Text from Pictures

Adding Hyperlinks

Adding Wiki Links

Performing simple calculations

Saving Notes

OneNote Templates

 

MODULE 2: OneNote Integration

Search Notes

Adding Tags

Send OneNote Via e-mail

Using OneNote with Outlook (tasks)

Docked OneNote and Linked Note taking

Publish Note pages as a WebPage

Share Notebooks on your company server

Sharing Notebooks using Microsoft SkyDrive

Merging OneNote Sections

Collaborate in a Live Sharing Session

Inserting and Recording Audio and Video

Quick Translation tooltips

OneNote Mobile

Password Protection

Print Options

Computers are frequently used to create, organize, and share your notes and information with others; you can also enhance the content to suit your purpose. In this course, you will use Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 to create different kinds of notes. You will also organize, locate, and share information using OneNote 2010.

Course Objective: You will create, edit, organize, and enhance notes and also integrate them with other applications using Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010.

Target Student:
A student, homemaker, teacher, or professional, who requires an organizational tool to manage information, or to collaborate and share information such as meeting notes with others.



Performance-Based Objectives:

  • Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • explore the Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 user interface and create a simple notebook.
  • create notes using Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010.
  • use templates, organize content, and search for information with Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010.
  • integrate Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 with other applications.
  • use Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 to share your notes with other people.

 

MODULE 1: Introduction to OneNote

Getting Started with OneNote

Introduction to the Ribbon Interface

Create a Notebook

Add Section Tabs & Notes Pages

Creating Section Groups & Page Groups

Typing notes

Formatting notes

Applying simple styles

Drawing Shapes

OneNote Tables

Adding/imbedding content

Using the new insert content window

Copy Text from Pictures

Adding Hyperlinks

Adding Wiki Links

Performing simple calculations

Saving Notes

OneNote Templates

 

MODULE 2: OneNote Integration

Search Notes

Adding Tags

Send OneNote Via e-mail

Using OneNote with Outlook (tasks)

Docked OneNote and Linked Note taking

Publish Note pages as a WebPage

Share Notebooks on your company server

Sharing Notebooks using Microsoft SkyDrive

Merging OneNote Sections

Collaborate in a Live Sharing Session

Inserting and Recording Audio and Video

Quick Translation tooltips

OneNote Mobile

Password Protection

Print Options

Students should have covered the course, Introduction to Personal Computers: Using Windows XP, or have equivalent skills and knowledge. Also, some experience with Microsoft Office applications is useful where OneNote is used in conjunction with Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Students should have also taken the Level 1 course for each of these Office applications, or have equivalent experience.

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