Computers are frequently used to create, organize, and share notes and information with others. In this course, the student will use Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2010 to create different kinds of notes. The student will also organize, locate, and share information using OneNote 2010.
This course is designed for users who take notes and use automated tools to organize and manage the notes.
Upon Course Completion
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- explore the Microsoft OneNote 2010 interface and create a simple notebook.
- create notes using Microsoft OneNote 2010.
- organize content and search for information in a Microsoft OneNote 2010 notebook.
- integrate OneNote 2010 with other applications.
- use OneNote 2010 to share notes with other people.
Lesson 1: Getting Started with OneNote 2010
Topic 1A: Explore the OneNote Interface
Topic 1B: Create a Notebook
Topic 1C: Customize the OneNote Interface
Lesson 2: Creating Notes
Topic 2A: Enter Notes
Topic 2B: Create Template-Based Notes
Topic 2C: Format Notes
Topic 2D: Draw Shapes
Topic 2E: Embed Content
Lesson 3: Organizing and Working with OneNote
Topic 3A: Organize Notes
Topic 3B: Add Tags
Topic 3C: Search Notes
Topic 3D: Save and Print Notes
Lesson 4: Integrating OneNote with Other Applications
Topic 4A: Customize the OneNote View
Topic 4B: Use Outlook with OneNote
Topic 4C: Use OneNote with Other Office Applications
Topic 4D: Publish Notes Pages
Lesson 5: Collaborating and Working with Notes
Topic 5A: Share Notebooks on a Network Location
Topic 5B: Work with Shared Notebooks
Students should be familiar with using personal computers and have used a mouse and keyboard (basic typing skills are recommended). They should be comfortable in the Windows environment and be able to use Windows to manage information on their computers. Specifically, they should be able to launch and close programs; navigate to information stored on the computer; and manage files and folders