In its simplest form, OneNote is an electronic version of a paper notebook where you can write down notes, thoughts, ideas, scribbles, reminders, and all kinds of other information. Unlike the traditional document page format of other programs such as word-processing or spreadsheet programs, OneNote offers a free-form canvas where you can type, write, or draw notes in the form of text, graphics, and images wherever and however you want them.
Unlike the notes in a paper notebook, OneNote lets you add, move, and delete anything on its pages and in its sections. You can add more space where and when you need it, and you can stay organized by dragging note items into their own sections or even into different notebooks. You can separate and organize your notes by subjects or projects, or keep separate notebooks for different places and interests. OneNote is easy to use, and it doesn't force everyone to work in the same way.
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- Get to know OneNote 2007
- Use Note Tags and Search to keep track of your notes
- Use Notebooks on multiple computers
Getting started with OneNote 2007
- Top tips for OneNote 2007
- Personal usage and Collaboration in OneNote 2007
- Setup a OnenOte Notebook
- Organise, search and find information in a OneNote notebook
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