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Get to know OneNote 2007

Notes in a disorganized swirl
Learn about the basics of using OneNote 2007 and how it can help you to keep your information under control.

About this course

This course includes:

  • Two self-paced lessons and two practice sessions for hands-on experience. Practices require OneNote 2007.
  • A short test at the end of each lesson; tests are not scored.
  • A Quick Reference Card you can take away from the course.

Goals

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Take, gather, and manipulate various types of information, including notes and sketches.
  • Send your OneNote notes to other Office programs, to streamline your own processes and reduce the time involved.
  • Find a particular note again by using search or by organizing your notes by creating and using sections and notebooks.

OneNote is designed for note taking, brainstorming, research, searching, collaboration, collecting random bits of information — basically everything you've ever tried to do in notepads, sticky notes, to-do lists, and maybe even white boards. You'll find it all much easier to do with OneNote, and will be able to keep all your information in one easy-to-manage location.

And with OneNote 2007, you can integrate your notes with other Office programs. For example, set tasks in Outlook from within OneNote or send your notes from OneNote to Word.

To learn more about this course, read the text in Goals and About this course, or look at the table of contents. Then click Next to start the first lesson.


OneNote 2007 is installed as a stand-alone program and is included with installations of Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007, Microsoft Office Ultimate 2007, and Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007.

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