Every day and throughout the day you need access to information.
Using OneNote, you have the power to access project and client information anytime, anywhere – and from any of your devices. But....are you taking advantage of this power?
Does information you need to put your hands on get lost in the shuffle because you lack the organized systems and structure to be able to retrieve this information when you need it?
Do you keep multiple paper pads with information from various meetings – only to realize you grabbed the wrong pad of paper?
Maybe you've lost important information because it was kept on paper instead of digital? After all, your sticky notes and paper notebooks full of information aren't backed up and you certainly can't key-word search them in a couple of seconds to find exactly those notes you took.
Do you put asterisks next to things you need to "do" or "remember" – yet forget to look back at your notes? It doesn't have to be this difficult. By creating custom tags for things you need to do or remember, you can instantly move action items to your Outlook Task list or drill down into the data you tagged for a specific project or client.
Here a short list of what you will learn in this book:
How to get started with OneNote
Taking, moving, resizing and merging Notes
How to create tables of text
Changing colors of sections and notebooks
Moving sections and pages
Inserting files, pictures, images, links, time and date stamps
Tagging, creating and modifying tags, and finding tags
Linking pages from one section or notebook to another
Creating and using templates
Using the drawing tools
Inserting audio and video recordings
Password protecting sections of data
Recovering deleted sections