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OneNote 2013 For Dummies

James H. Russell

ISBN: 978-1-118-67459-8 April 2013 224 Pages


A quick guide to using Microsoft OneNote on tablets, online, or on your desktop

OneNote is the note-taking-and-sharing application that's part of Microsoft Office. It lets you create notes by hand, as audio, or by clipping items from other electronic formats to create a file that can be indexed and searched. With the release of Office 2013, OneNote has been integrated with Windows 8-powered tablet platforms and offers advanced mobile-enhanced features. This guide includes all the basic information, guidance, and insight you need to take full advantage of everything OneNote can do for you.

  • OneNote is the Microsoft Office note-taking application that lets you make notes and clip items from electronic media to create a searchable file
  • This friendly, plain-English guide shows you how to use OneNote online, on your desktop PC, or on your Windows-powered tablet
  • Helps you take advantage of this highly useful and often-overlooked application

OneNote 2013 For Dummies gets you up and running with OneNote quickly and easily.

Introduction 1

Part I: Getting Started with OneNote 2013 5

Chapter 1: OneNote Basics 7

Chapter 2: Managing Notes and Configuring OneNote 23

Chapter 3: Formatting Notes 41

Chapter 4: Inserting External Data and Taking Quick Notes 59

Chapter 5: Securing and Managing Notes with SkyDrive 77

Part II: Taking Notes via Other OneNote Versions 89

Chapter 6: Taking Notes with OneNote for Windows 8 91

Chapter 7: Taking Notes on Android Devices 107

Chapter 8: Taking Notes on iOS Devices 121

Chapter 9: Managing and Taking Notes with OneNote Web App 131

Part III: Putting OneNote Through Its Paces 141

Chapter 10: Sharing and Collaborating with OneNote 143

Chapter 11: Taking Notes in the Real World 155

Part IV: The Part of Tens 171

Chapter 12: Ten (or So) Resources and Add-Ins for OneNote 173

Chapter 13: Ten Killer Tips for OneNote 179

Index 185