Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003

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Que Publishing, 2004 - Computers - 384 pages
OneNote offers the flexibility of a paper notebook and the power of digital note takingnote taking. Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 covers all the features of the software to help users get up to speed quickly on this new note taking and management program. It begins by explaining what OneNote is and why a consumer would want to buy it. The book continues to show the reader how to type in his first note, use the pen, organize notes, draw pictures, add audio and much more. This title also highlights the benefits of using OneNote in a business or school environment.
 

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Contents

Table of Contents
1
Learning to Take Notes
5
Join the Digital Notetaking Revolution
7
Examples of OneNote in Action
17
Taking Your First Notes
33
Using OneNotes Structure to Organize Your Notes
35
Note Basics
47
Viewing All Pages in the Task Pane
58
Creating Outlines from Existing Text
199
Manipulating Your Outline
206
Working with Your Note Page
211
Adding Lines Tables and Charts
219
Its Too Quiet in HereLets Add Some Sound
225
Removing Audio Notes from Your Note Page
230
Going Further with OneNote
237
Finding and Researching Information
239

The Basics of Using the Tablet PCs Pen
67
Fixing Mistakes
74
Managing and Printing Your OneNote Files
83
Working with Note Files
85
Backing Up OneNote Files
94
Printing Notes
101
Creating Side Notes
109
Navigating Within Side Notes
116
Organizing Your Note Pages
121
Moving Page Groups Sections and Folders
128
Organizing Information Within Pages
133
An Advanced Course
135
Using OneNote to Create a ToDo List
141
Using OneNotes Editing Features
151
Using Rules Lines and Grid Lines to Keep Your Information Neat
157
A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words
159
About the Author
164
Using OneNote for More Than Just Text
169
Inserting Other Objects into OneNote
178
Creating Outlines in OneNote
181
Personalizing OneNote
253
Customizing Toolbars
260
Office 2003 Integration
267
Using OneNote in PowerPoint Presentations
281
Importing and Exporting Information
283
Copying Information from a Web Page to OneNote
291
Math in OneNote
295
Using Microsoft Words Equation Editor to Perform Math in OneNote
298
Sharing and Collaboration
305
Saving Notes As Web Pages
315
OneNote Shortcuts
326
A Keyboard Shortcuts
327
B OneNote Resources and Help
331
Using Microsoft Product Support Services
334
OneNote System Requirements and Installation
337
The Future of OneNote
343
Future Plans
344
Index
347
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Patricia Cardoza is an Exchange and Outlook applications developer, writer, avid OneNote user, and Microsoft Outlook MVP. Patricia currently serves as Exchange administrator and lead developer for Pacific Southwest Container, a large manufacturing company. She has authored two other books, Special Edition Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference. She has also written numerous articles about Outlook, Exchange, and wireless devices for a variety of journals including .NET Magazine and Tech Republic. In her spare time, she loves to cook, read, watch movies with her husband, and spoil her cats.

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