Chapter 17. Working with OneNote

OneNote is Office 365’s note-taking application. OneNote lets you create, organize, and synchronize notes between your different devices. We usually think of a note as text, but in OneNote a note can be almost anything: text, whether it be a single line or several pages; a table; an image that you import or shoot with your iOS device’s camera; or a link to a Web page.

An interesting thing about OneNote for iPad is that it is entirely free to download from the App Store and use: you don’t need an Office 365 subscription. All you need is a free Microsoft Account and access to your free OneDrive space (though of course you get more space with a paid subscription). Your OneNote notebooks automatically and constantly ...

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