This course is intended to enable the typical student, educator, or business user of a desktop version of Microsoft® Office (2007 or later) to productively use the key components of the Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2013 application on a desktop, laptop, or Microsoft® Windows® 8 tablet device, when working in or away from the primary office or study environment.
OneNote has many features that can improve time management skills, including task lists and scheduling with Microsoft® Outlook®. OneNote also makes it easier to comprehend information by allowing for audio recording and even searching the audio recording for specific spoken words or phrases. Research can be accomplished on the web and links are maintained so you know where you found the information. These are just a few of the note-taking organization features that will be covered in this class.
This course can also be used to prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification exam.
In this course, you will develop digital note-taking, note-collaboration, and note-synchronizing skills with Microsoft OneNote 2013, which will allow you to create and update notes; manage lists and outlines; search; add content including voice memos, pictures, and video; take notes in online meetings; and interact with other Microsoft software programs.
- Explore the structure of a OneNote notebook.
- Add content to and organize a OneNote notebook.
- Manage OneNote notebooks, history, and backups.
- Work with Excel spreadsheets and embedded files.
- Share and collaborate with notebooks.
- Finalize a notebook.
This course is intended for students, educators, business users, and knowledge workers in a variety of roles and fields who have competence in a desktop-based installation of the 2007 or 2010 edition of the Microsoft Office productivity suite, and who are now incorporating digital note-taking and note collaboration with Microsoft OneNote 2013 into their standard work environment while using a laptop, desktop, tablet, or other mobile device.
Previous OneNote experience is not required. To ensure your success, we recommend that you have a good understanding of how to use the 2007, 2010, or 2013 edition of the Microsoft Office productivity suite. Specific tasks that the students should be able to perform include: launching and closing applications, navigating basic file structures, and managing files and folders. The courses Using Microsoft® Windows® 8 orMicrosoft® Windows® 8 Transition from Windows® 7 are recommended or you should have equivalent knowledge of Windows 8.
Lesson 1: Exploring Notebook StructureTopic A: Navigate the OneNote 2013 Environment
Topic B: Use Predesigned Templates for OneNote Notebooks
Topic C: Customize the User Interface within OneNote
Lesson 2: Adding Content and Formats to a OneNote NotebookTopic A: Modify Formatting in a Notebook
Topic B: Add Audio and Video to a Notebook
Topic C: Add Quick Notes and Links
Topic D: Use Tags, Symbols, Drawing Tools, and Pen Options
Lesson 3: Managing OneNote Notebooks, History, and BackupsTopic A: Save and Export Content and Use Alternate File Types
Topic B: Manage Notebook Recycle Bins and Backups
Lesson 4: Working with Excel Spreadsheets and Embedded FilesTopic A: Work with Excel Spreadsheets
Topic B: Work with Embedded Files
Lesson 5: Sharing and Collaborating with NotebooksTopic A: Send a Notebook and Use Outlook Integration
Topic B: Share and Collaborate on Notebooks
Lesson 6: Finalizing a NotebookTopic A: Finalize a Notebook Using Proofing and Print Settings
Topic B: Configure Notebook Settings, Properties, and Security
Topic C: Organize and Search Notebooks
Appendix A: Microsoft OneNote 2013 Exam 77-421