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Using Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 by Michael C. Oldenburg

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This chapter teaches you how to work with the basic components that make up every electronic notebook in OneNote.

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Notebooks, Sections, and Pages

If you’ve ever worked with a paper-based notebook or notes binder, you already know the purpose of pages and sections within a notebook: The pages hold your information and the sections let you organize it.

If you’re new to electronic note-taking, however, there are many benefits that might not be apparent at first glance. Simply put, you can do a lot of things with OneNote notebooks that you can’t do with a paper notebook.

This chapter covers the basics of working with the pages and sections in a notebook.

Working with Notebooks

You already learned how to create a notebook in Chapter 1, “Introducing ...

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