OneNote is an Office application used for note-taking; collecting and organizing all types of data to include text and graphics, audio and video clips. It has an interface that looks like a notebook with pages and section tabs. There is great flexibility in manipulating data in OneNote. It has more of a freeform style than the other Office applications. Integrating with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, you may have noticed references to OneNote in your regular Office applications. We will build our OneNote file from scratch, examining the tools that automate the process of organizing your information and discussing a variety of uses.
Plus, in this session, our expert speaker Mitzi Katz will provide you with a PowerPoint presentation that will contain detailed slides and speaker notes to include step-by-step instructions for building OneNote notebooks and managing the data collected.
Highlights of the session are:
In this era of information overload, OneNote is the tool for pulling it all together in a way that makes the information easy to organize; store, retrieve, and use. Microsoft Office users tend to become so focused on their work with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook that they often overlook OneNote. They may not even know that it came with their Office software. Search for OneNote on your computer to get started today.
Who should attend?
Marketing, sales, legal, medical, engineering personnel; office administrators, managers, and directors within the business arena, financial analysts, educators, students, research personnel, home users - anyone who needs to put order to their notes (meeting notes, research notes, study notes, personal notes, etc.).
Mitzi Gibson Katz
Mitzi Gibson Katz has trained thousands of end-users and developed curriculum for over 25 years. Mitzi holds a Master's degree in Education with an emphasis in special education classroom and administration. After teaching a variety of special education classes in Kansas, Montana and Alaska for the early part of her ca... More info