Taking Notes with OneNote
You can digitally use OneNote the same way that you use physical binders, with the added improvement of being able to easily search and share your notes.
In OneNote, you can create notebooks in which you jot down ideas; sketch out plans; compile scraps of information; type, write, and draw your ideas; create tables; and paste in digital images such as a screenshot of a web page or a photograph. You can divide notebooks into sections — represented as tabs — to organize them, and you can group sections containing related information together, as described in Chapter 23. This section introduces you to navigation in OneNote.
Click the Show Notebook to display a list of ...