OneNote 2010

Basic

Lesson 1: Starting Out

Topic A: Meeting Microsoft Office OneNote 2010

Topic B: Interacting with OneNote

Topic C: Your First Notebook

Topic D: Working with Containers

Topic E: Working with Your Notebook

Topic F: Getting Help in OneNote

Lesson 2: Understanding and Customizing the OneNote Interface

Topic A: Getting Acquainted

Topic B: The Quick Access Toolbar

Topic C: Tabs and Groups

Topic D: Customizing the Ribbon

Lesson 3: Overview of OneNote’s Command Tabs

Topic A: The Home Tab

Topic B: The Insert Tab

Topic C: The Share Tab

Topic D: The Draw Tab

Topic E: The Review Tab

Topic F: The View Tab

Lesson 4: Creating Notes

Topic A: Using OneNote’s Editing Tools

Topic B: Using OneNote’s Selection Tools

Topic C: Formatting Text

Topic D: Formatting Paragraphs

Lesson 5: Managing Notebooks

Topic A: Organizing Your Notes

Topic B: Working with Pages

Topic C: Working with Sections and Section Groups, Part One

Topic D: Working with Sections and Section Groups, Part Two

Lesson 6: Searching, Viewing, and Printing Your Notebook

Topic A: Searching Your Notebook

Topic B: Using Layouts and Views

Topic C: Docking OneNote to the Desktop

Topic D: Working with Side Notes

Topic E: Printing Your Notebook

Intermediate

Lesson 1: Managing OneNote Files

Topic A: Backing up OneNote Files

Topic B: Saving OneNote Files

Topic C: Managing Notebook Properties

Topic D: Managing OneNote Files

Lesson 2: Adding Shapes and Images to Notes

Topic A: Drawing Shapes

Topic B: Working with Shapes

Topic C: Inserting Pictures

Topic D: Working with Pictures

Topic E: Advanced Picture Tasks

Lesson 3: Using Tables in OneNote

Topic A: Inserting Tables

Topic B: Working with Tables

Topic C: Formatting Tables

Lesson 4: Customizing OneNote Pages

Topic A: Using Page Templates

Topic B: Changing Page Setup

Topic C: Customizing the Current Page

Lesson 5: Using Tags in OneNote

Topic A: Using Basic Tags

Topic B: Customizing Tags

Topic C: Searching for Tags

Lesson 6: Researching and Organizing Information

Topic A: Using OneNote’s Research Tools

Topic B: Customizing OneNote’s Research Tools

Topic C: Creating an Outline with OneNote

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