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

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Searching for Information

If you use OneNote as it is meant to be used, you will eventually find yourself with a large collection of information. Organizing the information by using the tools and techniques discussed in this chapter makes it easier to know where to look to retrieve stored information. However, if you know specific details about the information you're looking for, you can quickly locate it by using one of the available search and filter functions.

In the previous topic, we discussed locating tagged notes from the Tags Summary task pane. You can use the following tools to locate content that isn't tagged:

  • The Search box is where you type text you know is contained in the note you are looking for. Click the Search button to generate ...

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