OneNote: Getting Started with Digital Notebooks
Every day and throughout the day you need access to information. Using OneNote, you have the power to access project and client information anytime, anywhere – and from any of your devices. But....are you taking advantage of this power? Does information you need to put your hands on get lost in the shuffle because you lack the organized systems and structure to be able to retrieve this information when you need it? Do you keep multiple paper pads with information from various meetings – only to realize you grabbed the wrong pad of paper? Maybe you’ve lost important information because it was kept on paper instead of digital? After all, your sticky notes and paper notebooks full of information aren’t backed up and you certainly can’t key-word search them in a couple of seconds to find exactly those notes you took. Do you put asterisks next to things you need to “do” or “remember” – yet forget to look back at your notes? It doesn’t have to be this difficult. With OneNote, you can have Data at Your Fingertips - Anytime, Anywhere & From Any Device.
Topics We'll Cover
Important Notes About This Class
OneNote 2016 will be used for this program.
The MAC version of OneNote functions differently and will not be supported in this class.
If you are using OneNote 2013, there will be some minor differences.
This class will be taught by Laura Leist, CPO, MOS.
You are welcome to bring your laptop or tablet with OneNote pre-installed.
If you do not have OneNote installed and need help, please call our office to schedule a consulting session with a Specialist prior to this program. There will not be time during the program to configure your OneNote.
OneNote 2016 Handout
A 35+ page OneNote step-by-step handout will be e-mailed to you in PDF format prior to class. Should you wish to have this handout with you for class, please print a copy as copies will not be available onsite. This handout with screen shots will be a very useful reference guide for you after class is complete so you can revisit the topics we covered.