Absolute Beginner s Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003

Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office OneNote 2003
By Patricia Cardoza
Publisher: Que
Pub Date: April 14, 2004
ISBN: 0-7897-3148-7
Pages: 384

Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 is a from-scratch reference that helps you get up to speed quickly on this new note taking and management program. The book starts from square one, explaining what OneNote is and why you would want to buy it. The book continues to show you how to type in your first note, use the pen, organize notes, draw pictures, add audio and much more. You'll be using OneNote in no time!

• Table of Contents
• Index
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Office OneNote 2003
By Patricia Cardoza
Publisher: Que
Pub Date: April 14, 2004
ISBN: 0-7897-3148-7
Pages: 384
   About the Author
   We Want to Hear from You!
      How This Book Helps You Learn OneNote
      How This Book Is Organized
      Conventions Used in This Book
      Final Thoughts
    Part I:  Learning to Take Notes
        Chapter 1.  Join the Digital Note-Taking Revolution
      OneNote: More Than Just a Digital Notepad
      I Don't Have a TabletóCan I Use OneNote?
      What's the Difference Between OneNote and the Tablet PC's Journal?
      Starting OneNote and Taking Your First Note
        Chapter 2.  Examples of OneNote in Action
      Using OneNote to Take Notes in Class
      Using OneNote for Meetings
      Using OneNote in Project Planning
      Using OneNote for Personal Use
      Recording Audio in OneNote
    Part II:  Taking Your First Notes
        Chapter 3.  Using OneNote's Structure to Organize Your Notes
      Understanding OneNote's Structure
      Working with Pages
      Anatomy of a OneNote Page
      Advanced Note-taking Preview
        Chapter 4.  Note Taking 101: OneNote Basics
      Working with Pages
      Using The Page Header
      Using Page Tabs
      Working with Page Groups
      Viewing All Pages in the Task Pane
      Configuring the Page Background
      Creating Your Own OneNote Templates
      Writing Your Note
        Chapter 5.  The Basics of Using the Tablet PC's Pen
      Use the Pen to Take Notes
      Change the Ink Color and Width
      Using the Highlighter
      Using the Tablet PC Input Panel with OneNote
      Fixing Mistakes
      Recognizing Pen Sensitivity
      Converting Ink to Text
      Using the Pen to Select Ink or Text
      Drawing Versus Writing
    Part III:  Managing and Printing Your OneNote Files
        Chapter 6.  Working with Note Files
      Where Does OneNote Save Files?
      Sharing OneNote Files
      Optimizing Sections to Save Space and Improve Performance
      Opening and Closing Sections
      Backing Up OneNote Files
      Deleting Notes
        Chapter 7.  Printing Notes
      Printing and Sharing Your Notes
      Controlling How OneNote Prints
      Saving a Print Style as Stationery
        Chapter 8.  Creating Side Notes
      What Is a Side Note?
      Anatomy of a Side Note
      Creating Side Notes When OneNote Is Closed
      Accessing Side Notes from Within OneNote
      Working with Your Side Note
      Navigating Within Side Notes
        Chapter 9.  Organizing Your Note Pages
      Creating Page Groups, Sections, and Folders
      Moving Page Groups, Sections, and Folders
      Closing Sections
    Part IV:  Organizing Information Within Pages
        Chapter 10.  Note Taking 201: An Advanced Course
      Using Fonts and Formatting to Add Style to Your Notes
      Using OneNote to Create a To-Do List
      Using Note Flags
        Chapter 11.  Using OneNote's Editing Features
      Word Processing Functionality in OneNote
      Spell-checking Notes
      Using OneNote's AutoCorrect Feature
      Using Rules Lines and Grid Lines to Keep Your Information Neat
        Chapter 12.  A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words
      Drawing Pictures in OneNote
      Displaying the Drawing Tools
      Drawing Pictures in OneNote
      Add a Bit of Color to Your Drawings
      Enhancing Your Drawings with Text
        Chapter 13.  Using OneNote for More Than Just Text
      Inserting Web Pages into OneNote
      Inserting a Hyperlink into OneNote
      Inserting Pictures into OneNote
      Inserting Other Objects into OneNote
        Chapter 14.  Creating Outlines in OneNote
      The Anatomy of an Outline
      Creating Your First Outline
      Using the Outlining Toolbar
      Adding or Removing Outline Sections
      Creating a Numbered List
      Creating Outlines Using the Pen
      Changing the Style of Your Bullets or Numbering
        Chapter 15.  Creating Outlines from Existing Text
      Changing Existing Text into an Outline
      Turning Pen-written Text into an Outline on the Tablet PC
      Manipulating Your Outline
        Chapter 16.  Working with Your Note Page
      Using Note Containers
      Adding Lines, Tables, and Charts
        Chapter 17.  It's Too Quiet in Here Let's Add Some Sound
      Recording Audio
      Using the Audio Toolbar
      Recording Your First Audio Note
      Audio Playback and Note Synchronization
      Removing Audio Notes from Your Note Page
      Emailing Audio Notes
      Changing OneNote's Audio Options
    Part V:  Going Further with OneNote
        Chapter 18.  Note Taking 301: Finding and Researching Information
      Using OneNote's Search Feature
      Using OneNote's Research Library Pane
        Chapter 19.  Personalizing OneNote
      Customizing OneNote's Look and Feel
      Customizing Toolbars
        Chapter 20.  Office 2003 Integration
      Can OneNote Work with My Other Office Applications?
      Creating Outlook Tasks from OneNote
      Converting OneNote Notes to Microsoft Word
      Inserting Word Information into OneNote
      Using OneNote in PowerPoint Presentations
        Chapter 21.  Importing Information from Other Applications
      Importing Information from Other Applications
      Copying Information from a Web Page to OneNote
        Chapter 22.  Math in OneNote
      Are There Mathematical Tools in OneNote?
      Using Microsoft Word's Equation Editor to Perform Math in OneNote
      Inserting Excel Spreadsheet Components
        Chapter 23.  Sharing and Collaboration
      Emailing Notes
      Saving Notes As Web Pages
      Publishing Notes to the Web
      Collaborating with Others
      Using OneNote with SharePoint Team Services
        Appendix A.  Keyboard Shortcuts
      OneNote Shortcuts
        Appendix B.  OneNote Resources and Help
      Accessing the Microsoft Newsgroups
      Using Microsoft Product Support Services
      Other Support Options
        Appendix C.  OneNote System Requirements and Installation
      OneNote Minimum System Requirements
      OneNote Recommended System Requirements
      Installing OneNote on Your Computer
        Appendix D.  The Future of OneNote
      OneNote: Future Plans
      OneNote FeaturesóUsers Want More
      Let Your Voice Be Heard