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Microsoft® Office Home and Student 2007 Step by Step by Joan Lambert, Curtis Frye, Joyce Cox

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Chapter 16. Organizing and Locating Information

Chapter at a Glance

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In this chapter, you will learn to:

  • Move and remove information.

  • Tag notes.

  • Search for information.

In previous chapters, we discussed working in Microsoft Office OneNote 2007, creating a notebook, and collecting and storing information of many types from many sources. If you use OneNote on a regular basis, you will soon have a large collection of information. And chances are, even if you start out with a logically organized notebook, you will need to restructure content from time to time.

OneNote provides several means by which you can call attention to a note for a specific purpose ...

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