Chapter 6. How to Use OneNote for Writing Goals, Jotting Down Ideas, and Keeping Notes


  • Learn the basics of taking notes with OneNote.

  • Work with sections, notebooks, and pages.

  • Take meeting minutes in OneNote.

  • Use Outlook and OneNote together.

  • Link documents to your notes.

“I’ve Got It All Memorized!”

GATHER DETAILED notes and meeting minutes as well as ideas, goals, rough drafts, and sketches in a digital notebook: With Microsoft OneNote, you always have the necessary data in front of you (and on your laptop if you are traveling), and you can perform a full-text search, keep follow-up activities in view, and exchange data with other Microsoft Office applications.

By now you have learned how Microsoft Outlook can support you perfectly ...

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