Adding Notes and Information to a Notebook

In at least a couple of ways, you work with OneNote differently from how you work with other applications. For example, you can start typing anywhere you want on a OneNote page, not just at the top of the page. Also, you don’t have to explicitly save your work in OneNote. The information you add to a notebook is saved automatically.

You can add typed or handwritten notes to a OneNote notebook, and, just as you can with a three-ring binder, you can store printouts in a notebook by printing a file to OneNote. You can add images to a page as well as audio and video recordings, tables, references to files and Web sites, and images of Web sites themselves. In this section, you’ll learn how to add content and ...

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