A notebook is a container for a set of pages. Each notebook is divided into sections, and each section has pages. Think of it as being just like a paper notebook with section dividers and pages within each section. You can also have many notebooks; exactly how you organize your notes is up to you. Some examples are:
- A notebook for clients, with a section for each client.
- A notebook of lecture notes, with a section for each subject.
- A notebook for personal projects, with a section for each project.
- A notebook for recipes, with sections for soups, baked goods, entrees, and so on.
Notebooks and sections are right in front of you in OneNote; they're part of what you always see in the OneNote window.