Microsoft OneNote Titles

  • Most of these titles apply to both PC & Mac platforms.
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“OneNote for Assistants”*

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Discover why Microsoft OneNote is an essential tool for the superhero assistant and walk through real world scenarios to help you get more done in your day and produce results fast. In this session, you’ll learn:

  • Why OneNote is a valuable tool for assistants
  • The essential skills you need to get started using OneNote
  • Real world scenarios for saving time and producing results fast
  • The best resources for mastering this program

“OneNote Boot Camp”

For assistants, meeting planners, business owners, estate manager and other professionals who need to be organized!

Are you ready to get organized, increase your response time, and collaborate more effectively with your team? In order to work effectively in today’s information- and technology-driven environment, we must be able to manage information overload, stay organized, and collaborate with internal and external teams. OneNote is a great solution for organizing your information and your ideas, which you can share and collaborate with others on any device or platform. Attend the Boot Camp to reduce the time it takes to learn the software so that you can master this incredible tool now.

In this 3-part online course, you will learn how to:

  • Create secure personal and shared notebooks
  • Plan and organize meetings, events and projects
  • Conduct and manage research
  • Communicate and collaborate with your team
  • Store and distribute critical information from any device
  • Sync information across devices
  • Have a viable strategy for moving to a paperless office

“OneNote Part 1: Creating & Using Notebooks”

In order to work effectively in today’s information- and technology-driven environment, we must be able to manage information overload, stay organized, and collaborate with internal and external teams. OneNote is a great solution for organizing your information and your ideas, which you can share and collaborate with others on any device or platform. In this session, we’ll focus on creating your own notebooks and learn how to:

  • Create a notebook to use on all your devices
  • Create sections and pages
  • Add content to your notebook
  • Work with tables, spreadsheets and other electronic documents
  • Save screenshots and images in OneNote
  • Store and manage PDFs and other paper documents
  • Store and manage receipts and business cards
  • Search notebooks or specific sections or pages

“OneNote Part 2: Sharing & Managing Notebooks”

Now that you’ve created your own notebooks and understand where to store them in the cloud, it’s time to start collaborating with your colleagues, friends and family. In addition, you’ll be ready to organize your notebooks even more by learning how to manage the location of your sections and pages. In this session, focused on the collaboration aspect of OneNote, you’ll learn how to:

  • Take meeting notes and distribute to the team
  • Share a page with others
  • Share a notebook with others
  • Open and use notebooks shared by others
  • Create a password protected area of OneNote
  • Organize your notebooks, sections and pages
  • Move sections and pages within notebooks and between notebooks

“OneNote Part 3: Tips & Tricks”

Ah, now that you’re using OneNote to organize your life, store and retrieve information, and collaborate with the people around you, it’s time to ramp up your skills and learn some additional timesaving secrets of OneNote. Vickie saves the best for last! In this session, learn how to:

  • Integrate your notebook with Outlook
  • Create and use tags
  • Format your notes using formatting tools and templates
  • Record audio and video
  • Manage versions of OneNote content
  • Create links to OneNote content
  • Create Section groups

“Get started using OneNote”

Keep tabs on your life! Share information. Get organized!

How do you take notes? Gather information from the Internet? Store frequent flyer numbers? Take meeting minutes? Jot down ideas? Do you use notepads and spiral notebooks or Post-its? How quickly can you put your hands on the information you wrote down today or this week or last month? Learn how OneNote, the digital notebook that comes with Microsoft Office, can organize your life, processes and information to help you track & find things quickly. You can use OneNote to store information so you can find what you need, when you need it. In this session, learn how to:

  • Create a digital notebook
  • Take Notes
  • Organize yourself
  • Search & find things easily
  • Share with others

“Using OneNote for Meetings”

Are you looking for an easy way to capture meeting minutes that can be immediately shared out to the team? Use Microsoft OneNote to capture ideas about the meeting before it happens and then track what happened during the meeting and afterwards, too. You can even link OneNote to the meeting request and vice versa so you never have to spend time looking for your notes again. It’s right at your fingertips. In this session, learn how to:

  • Take Notes
  • Take Action
  • Refer Back

“Using OneNote & OneDrive for External Collaboration”

Save valuable time and effort and improve team communication when working with people outside your organization – such as vendors, customers and partners – by using a shared OneNote notebook to capture ideas, track information and keep a record of your projects together. Simply store the digital notebook file in a protected OneDrive folder and then share the notebook with everyone on the team. When one person edits the notebook, you’ll be able to see their changes right away, alleviating the need to email back and forth. In this session, learn how to:

  • Set up the cloud-based notebook
  • Use the notebook online and offline
  • Collaborate easily with external contacts

“Using OneNote & SharePoint for Internal Collaboration”

Save valuable time and effort and improve team communication when working with people inside your organization by using a shared OneNote notebook to capture ideas, track information and keep a record of your projects. Simply store the digital notebook in a SharePoint library and then share the notebook with everyone on the team. When one person edits the notebook, you’ll be able to see their changes right away, alleviating the need to email back and forth. In this session, learn how to:

  • Set up a OneNote notebook in SharePoint
  • Use the notebook online and offline
  • Collaborate easily with internal contacts