In this section, we'll examine the major elements that you use in OneNote—notebooks, section groups, sections, and pages—and see how to create them.
The documents you create in OneNote are called notebooks. Each notebook can contain as many section groups, sections, and pages as you need to store your notes.
As you saw earlier in this chapter, when you first launch OneNote, it creates the Personal notebook for you. You can choose whether to sync the Personal notebook to the Web, so that you can access it from any computer or Web browser, or store it only on your PC.
You can also create as many other notebooks as you need.