Work Smarter with Microsoft OneNote
Work Smarter with Microsoft OneNote: An expert guide to setting up OneNote notebooks to become more organized, efficient, and productive
With Microsoft OneNote software, you can organize your work and home life utilizing notes from your phone or computer to boost your productivity. Microsoft also made OneNote as a free package available to you.
You’ll be guided through everything you need to set up a notebook and customize it to suit you or your team. The book will show you how to navigate through OneNote and search for virtually anything, as well as save time with all the shortcuts. You’ll discover that inserting information into your notebooks goes far beyond text, images, and videos, and also includes emails, links to documents, and clippings from the web. But it doesn’t stop there. Integration with other Microsoft products is key for making your experience successful, and this book demonstrates how to use OneNote with Microsoft Outlook, OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams. Beyond instructions and essential topics, this book also provides you with the motivation you need to make OneNote a habit as well as real-life examples of notebooks you can use.
Table of Contents
- OneNote – How and Where to Use It?
- Exploring Screen Layout and Toolbars
- Creating Notebooks, Sections, and Pages
- Entering Information into Your Notebook
- Best Practices for Creation and Easy Retrieval of Notes
- Categorizing and Searching Notes
- Organizing and Easily Working with Pages, Sections, and Notebooks
- Adding Shapes, Videos, Web Pages, and More to Your Notes
- Inserting Links and Attachments into Your Notebooks
- Outlook and OneNote belong together
- Using OneNote Online with OneDrive, SharePoint, or Teams
- Printing and Sharing with OneNote
- Making OneNote a Habit
- Customizing OneNote Settings
- Real Life Examples of OneNote Notebooks
If you save notes on your phone, wear out more spiral notebooks than you can count, or if you’re a Microsoft 365 user and need to keep track of information, then this book is for you. Beginner-level experience with OneNote is required to get the most out of this book.
You can get the new book and have it as a good reference for use of OneNote – get it at Amazon Online here.