Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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The OneNote Research Pane
OneNote also includes the Office 2003 Research Pane and service, which
allows you to search your intranet portals, the Internet, news services such
as Factiva, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and other sources of information
your organization might provide access to. You can take information you
find through the research pane and add it to the growing collection you
keep in OneNote.
Copying and Pasting To and From Other Office Applications
OneNote makes it easy to capture information from other applications for your
notes. You can also copy and paste information from other Office applications
by using the drag-and-drop feature within OneNote. Simply point to or select
the desired information with the pointer, and then move it to any page in your
notes. Items that can be moved into OneNote using the drag-and-drop feature
include pictures and text from Web sites and Microsoft Word documents, slides
from Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and columns and rows of numbers
from Microsoft Excel sheets.
Transferring information from your notes to other applications is also
simple, as OneNote enables you to copy and paste information easily to other
Office applications using the clipboard. When you copy and paste handwritten
digital ink notes created in OneNote on a Tablet PC into other applications,
the handwriting is automatically converted to text. Drawings are pasted as
picture files.
Assign Note Flags
OneNote allows you to use note flags to assign any part of a note to a particular
category, such as Follow Up, Idea, Important, Phone Number, or even Movies
To See or CDs To Buy. You can create up to nine categories and customize their
names, icons, and appearance. As note flags accumulate in OneNote, you can
display a Note Flags Summary pane (shown in Figure 4-8, on the next page)
where you can display, sort, and summarize note flags by category from any of
your open notebook sections. If you’re a fan of Tasks in Outlook, any OneNote
note flags you’ve been using to represent to-dos can be moved to Outlook 2003
so that you can manage them there
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