Sebastopol, CA—"OneNote is an essential part of the Microsoft Office Suite," says author Peter Weverka. "In fact, Microsoft included OneNote (along with Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook) as one of only four programs in its Home & Student version of Office. Nevertheless, many people don't use OneNote. They don't understand its many possibilities, and I wrote the book to remedy that."
Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 Plain & Simple (Microsoft Press, $24.99 USD) shows you the quickest ways to take, organize, and share great notes—with easy-to-follow steps, screenshots, and concise, straightforward language.
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Weverk continues, "If you're taking notes at a PowerPoint presentation and not using OneNote to take your notes, you're doing yourself a disfavor. OneNote was designed specifically for note taking. You can easily retrieve notes, review notes, and recycle notes into different formats, and readers will be able to quicky get up to speed with this book."
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Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 Plain & Simple
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Peter Weverka
Print ISBN: 9780735660540 Ebook ISBN: 9780735660533
Print Price: $24.99 Ebook Price: $19.99
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