Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
enter the procedural information first. Here are some examples of the ways
OneNote eases and personalizes the process of identifying your notes:
OneNote divides the page into a title area and an input area.
The title pane does not scroll with the rest of the page, like the
navigational frames in many Web pages.
The date and time are provided automatically by the program.
You can enter any content you like in the title area: keyboard text,
digital ink, or graphics and pictures. For example, a company might
want to add its corporate logo to the title area.
You can use basic text-formatting features similar to those in Word—
font colors, bold, italic, and underline—as well as spell-checking and an
Autocorrect feature that automatically detects and fixes common typos.
Put Notes Where You Need Them
As you begin entering notes, you’ll notice that the OneNote page behaves
differently from the familiar Word document in a crucial way; in a Word
document, you can insert text only at the cursor location, and the cursor location can
appear only where there is a line of text. For example, if you’ve just started a
document, you can’t type at the bottom of the page until your content reaches
the bottom of the page. (See Figure 4-5.)
Figure 4-5 The traditional page metaphor in Word. You can insert text
only where you’ve already created a paragraph, line, or table.