Microsoft OneNote 2010 Expert Video Training


Microsoft OneNote 2010 Expert Video Training

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Microsoft Office OneNote 2010 Expert Video Training

OneNote is a program in the Office suite that is best learned through demonstration. With its complex interface, seeing OneNote in action is one of the best ways to understand its potential. Watch a certified instructor show you exactly how to use OneNote in a comprehensive OneNote 2010 training video. Reading a book or viewing slides of OneNote in a classroom simply cannot compare to seeing OneNote demonstrated on your computer! Microsoft OneNote 2010 training comes to life in video form while a certified instructor goes over the features of this unique program. The OneNote 2010 training video gives you a firsthand view of OneNote while also covering a comprehensive curriculum designed to give you a solid set of OneNote skills. Best of all, Microsoft OneNote 2010 training takes place at your command! Whether you want to learn quickly or take your time is your decision. Since the OneNote course is self-paced, you can progress through the training comfortably and without pressure to keep up with others




Microsoft Office OneNote 2010

1.0 Getting Started with OneNote
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Opening OneNote and Touring the Interface
1.3 Customizing the Quick Access Toolbars
1.4 Customizing the Ribbon
1.5 Opening, Closing and Saving Notebooks
1.6 Identifying Page Setup Options
1.7 Finding Items
1.8 Summary

2.0 Working with Notes
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Creating New Notebooks
2.3 Creating and Modifying Sections and Pages
2.4 Working with Tabs
2.5 Creating Notes on the Page
2.6 Converting to 2010
2.7 Adding Side Notes
2.8 Using Unfiled Notes
2.9 Printing and Sending Files to One Note
2.10 Working with Pages
2.11 Summary

3.0 Transforming Items
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Formatting Notes
3.3 Resizing, Removing and Restoring Data
3.4 Applying Bullets and Numbering
3.5 Spacing and Erasing
3.6 Checking Spelling
3.7 Activating Optical Character Recognition
3.8 Cutting, Copying and Pasting
3.9 Managing Order and Placement
3.10 Translating
3.11 Summary

4.0 Adding Elements
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Adding Tags
4.3 Attaching Files
4.4 Adding Pictures
4.5 Adding Screen Clippings
4.6 Adding Audio and Video Files
4.7 Adding Time Stamps
4.8 Adding Hyperlinks
4.9 Linking with Wikis and Notes
4.10 Summary

5.0 Using the Drawing Tools
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Selecting Pens and Choosing Favorites
5.3 Creating and Editing Shapes
5.4 Selecting and Converting Drawn Items
5.5 Using the Mini Toolbar
5.6 Summary

6.0 Using Formats
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Creating tables
6.3 Using and Changing Templates
6.4 Adding a Background Graphic
6.5 Hiding Text
6.6 Summary

7.0 Applying Additional Techniques
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Modifying OneNote Options
7.3 Printing
7.4 Working with Windows
7.5 Protecting with a Password
7.6 Doing Math
7.7 Saving in Other Formats
7.8 Summary

8.0 Sharing Notebooks with Other Applications
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Creating a Shared Notebook
8.3 Sharing Notebooks
8.4 Syncing Notebooks
8.5 Using Author Indicators and Highlights
8.6 Versioning
8.7 Deleting Shared Notebooks
8.8 Interacting with Outlook
8.9 Using Outlook Tasks
8.10 Sending and Receiving Notebooks
8.11 Summary

Total training time: ~ 8 hours
Content: CD-ROM disc

System Requirements: 
Platform:  Windows 7, Vista and XP
Processor: Pentium 133 Mhz or higher
Hard drive space: 10MB
CD-ROM Drive speed: 24X


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