Using Tables to Store Information

Another way to organize text or other objects on a notebook page is to use a table. A table enables you to arrange text and other objects in a tabular format using rows and columns. Each intersection of a row and a column is referred to as a cell. You can type text in a cell, insert a picture into a cell, or place a link in a cell. You can even sort the data in the table.

OneNote 2013 expands the possibilities for table formatting and now includes shading options. You can also insert a blank Excel worksheet onto a page, which provides you all of Excel’s capabilities as you are building a complex table on the page. Existing tables in a notebook can also be converted to an Excel worksheet.

When you insert a table ...

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