Taking Linked Notes within OneNote

Learn about taking Linked Notes within OneNote.

Using Linked Notes allows you to dock OneNote to a side of your screen so you can work within other applications on the other side.  This gives you the capability to automatically link your notes to what you’re looking at.  Linked Notes works with Internet Explorer, Word 2016, PowerPoint 2016 and other OneNote 2016 pages.  Below are the instructions for taking linked notes within OneNote. Continue reading “Taking Linked Notes within OneNote”

OneNote 2016 Taking Linked Notes

Learn how to take linked notes with OneNote 2016, utilizing Internet Explorer, Word 2016, PowerPoint 2016 and OneNote 2016.

Using Linked Notes allows you to dock OneNote to a side of your screen so you can work within other applications on the other side.  This gives you the capability to automatically link your notes to what you’re looking at and makes it much easier to take notes from the applications you’re reviewing.  Linked Notes works with Internet Explorer, Word 2016, PowerPoint 2016 and other OneNote 2016 pages.  Below are the step-by-step instructions for taking linked notes with Internet Explorer, Word 2016, PowerPoint 2016 and OneNote 2016. Continue reading “OneNote 2016 Taking Linked Notes”

Quick Ways to Organize OneNote Notes

Learn how to Organize OneNote Notes with subpages and table of contents for easier navigation.

OneNote Notes are a great tool for collection your thoughts and information for various work projects and personal plans.  However, it can become very cumbersome if the vast amounts of data collected are not kept organized.  I’ve collected a few quick ways to you can organize your notes to ensure you can quickly and easily find your information when needed.  Below are the step-by-step instructions for various quick ways to organize OneNote Notes. Continue reading “Quick Ways to Organize OneNote Notes”

Working with Outlook Notes

Learn how to work with Outlook Notes – Create, Edit, Save and Print.

Outlook Notes are great for taking quick notes or reminders and “posting” them to your screen.  The look like and work very similar to a physical post-it, except they won’t fall off your screen. Below are the step-by-step instructions for working with Outlook Notes. Continue reading “Working with Outlook Notes”