Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Moving, Renaming, and Deleting Files
you can use Side Notes, which are used much like the sticky notes that you might use in
a physical notebook.
OneNote Window All activity in OneNote takes place in the notebook (Figure 86).
Like a physical notebook, the OneNote notebook consists of notes that are placed
on pages . The pages are grouped into sections , which can be further grouped into
folders . (No folders are shown in the notebook in the i gure.) You can use the Search All
Notebooks box to search for specii c text in your notes.
You can add pages to the notebook using the New Page button in the Page Tabs
pane. If Page Tabs are displayed, then you can switch to a page by clicking its tab.
Figure 86 shows the Top Uses page being displayed for the General notebook.
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Notebooks
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section tabs
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New Page
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OneNote program
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Figure 86
Break Point: If you wish to take a break, this is a good place to do so. To resume at a later time, continue to follow the steps
from this location forward.
Moving, Renaming, and Deleting Files
Earlier in this chapter, you learned how to organize i les in folders, which is part of
a process known as i le management . The following sections cover additional i le
management topics including renaming, moving, and deleting i les.
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