A quick guide to using Microsoft OneNote on tablets, online, or on your desktopOneNote is the note-taking-and-sharing application that's part of Microsoft Office. It lets you create notes by hand, as audio, or by clipping items from other electronic formats to create a file that can be indexed and searched. With the release of Office 2013, OneNote has been integrated with Windows 8-powered tablet platforms and offers advanced mobile-enhanced features. This guide includes all the basic information, guidance, and insight you need to take full advantage of everything OneNote can do for you.
OneNote is the Microsoft Office note-taking application that lets you make notes and clip items from electronic media to create a searchable file
This friendly, plain-English guide shows you how to use OneNote online, on your desktop PC, or on your Windows-powered tablet
Helps you take advantage of this highly useful and often-overlooked application
OneNote 2013 For Dummies gets you up and running with OneNote quickly and easily.
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