Microsoft OneNote is a great way to organize notes either for a personal project or on large corporate project where multiple people must collaborate and share information. Since OneNote stores information in the cloud, it's easier to quickly create notes and share them with other users in an organization. This application is a collaboration tool, and this course takes you through the process of leverage every OneNote feature for better organization and sharing.
OneNote stores content in notebooks, so this course starts by explaining the main components including notebooks, section tabs, groups and pages. After understanding these components, you can move on to formatting and organizing notes. OneNote works with several formats including media, so you are then shown how to insert videos, sound, shapes and images into your OneNote notebooks.
Working within the Microsoft Office suite gives you the advantage of interoperability between each application. OneNote works well with other Office applications including Excel, Word and Outlook. You're shown how to import external data from other applications and create objects that link to other Office application documents.
Since OneNote works in the cloud, you're then shown how to share with other users in your contact list, but you will also learn how to protect your OneNote document and password protect it. Finally, you will understand how to see versions of your notebook, track changes, back up, and send your notes using email.
This course will not require you to have previous experience in any particular area but you should have a high school reading level. No books will be required
Getting Started in OneNote for Windows 10
Working with Pages, Sections, and Groups
Creating and Formatting Notes
Editing Page Features
Working with Audio, and Video
Inserting External Data
Working with Notes
Integrating OneNote with Outlook
Password Protecting, Time Stamping, and Views
Viewing History and Versioning
Backing Up Notes, Printing, Sharing, and Emailing
All course material will be provided in the lessons and netlinks. There are no required materials to purchase before taking the class.
Each lesson will include a lesson review quiz. Students will successfully complete this course by mastering all learning outcomes with 70% or higher overall grade.
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