Just because your notes are in OneNote doesn't mean they have to stay there: OneNote is fully integrated with other Microsoft Office programs. Listed here are just a few of the things you can do. You'll find more details in the Quick Reference Card at the end of the course.
- Send notes in an Outlook e-mail message. First select the pages that you want to send. To select more than one page, hold down SHIFT or CTRL while you click the page tabs you want. Then on the File menu, click E-mail. You can also send notes as a PDF file by pointing to Send To on the same menu.
- Send notes to Word. First select the pages you want to send. Then on the File menu, point to Send To, and then click Microsoft Office Word. You can send notes to a blog post in Word from the same menu.
- Mark a note as an Outlook task. Click the note, then click the arrow on the Task button on the Standard toolbar.
- You can also bring information from an Outlook Calendar appointment or meeting into OneNote, or use your notes as the basis for creating an Outlook Calendar meeting or appointment. You'll see how to do this in the practice session.