In this chapter you will learn to:
Use OneNote for the first time.
Add drawings and images.
Find and insert Web clippings.
Add pages and sub pages.
Move notes on pages.
Organize notes into sections and folders.
Before creating almost any kind of document, presentation, or publication, you must gather information and organize your thoughts. You might even conduct research and interview experts. Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 helps you collect the results of all your preparation and planning in one consistent, convenient place ”a virtual notebook!
With OneNote, you can jot down ideas generated in a brainstorming session, sketch your original vision, record your interviews, and assemble material from your online reference sources. You can enter original notes by typing on a keyboard, writing with a stylus on a Tablet PC, or drawing with a stylus or your mouse pointer. Your virtual notebook works much like a physical one ”your notes are organized on pages and in sections. But you can also mark and highlight your notes as well as rearrange them, search them, and create Microsoft Outlook tasks from them ”try that with a physical notebook!
For your convenience, OneNote automatically saves your notes at regular intervals, so you don t have to stop working to save. Simply close OneNote at the end of a session, and when you open it again, all your notes ”in all the sections and all the pages ”are there for you to continue your work.
|See Also|| |
Do you need only a quick refresher on the topics in this chapter? See the Quick Reference entries on pages xxxiii.
On the CD Before you can use the practice files in this chapter, you need to install them from the book s companion CD to their default location. See Using the Book s CD-ROM on page xxi for more information.