OneNote Notebook

While OneNote might look somewhat similar to Word, the program has powerful features that allow users to create notes in a variety of formats ranging from text, audio notes, video, and even handwritten notes (if using a tablet or touch screen.)  A screen capture tool gives users the ability to take a snapshot of anything that is visible on one's screen, including websites, images, links - and inserting them into any notebook page.

OneNote Quick Start Guide

OneNote Class Notebook - Getting Started

OneNote Training Tutorials
Setting up A Notebook through Office 365
 Creating Notebook Sections and Pages
 Adding Content to a Notebook - Text and Attaching Files
 Sending Screenshots/Clippings to a Notebook Page
 Inserting Hyperlinks into a Notebook Page
Applying Page Templates or Ruled Lines to Notebook Pages
"Tagging" Content in a Notebook
OneNote Drawing Tools (Use with touchscreen devices)
Using Tables and Creating Templates in OneNote

 

 ***NOTE:  To view the videos in a larger screen, click the 'YouTube' icon at the lower right-hand side of the video.

 

Setting up A Notebook Through Office 365

 

Creating Notebook Sections and Pages 

 

Adding Content to a Notebook - Text and Attaching Files 

 

Sending Screenshots/Clippings to a Notebook Page

 

Inserting Hyperlinks into a Notebook Page 

 

Applying Page Templates and Ruled Lines in OneNote

 

Tagging Content in your Notebook

 

OneNote Drawing Tools

 

Using Tables and Creating Templates in OneNote 

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