Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Units for Organizing Notes
Notebook pane
Located on the left side of the screen, the Notebook pane lists the names of
notebooks you created, and within each notebook, it lists sections and
section groups. To go to a different notebook, section, or section group, click its
name in the Notebook pane.
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Chapter 1
Click the Unpin Notebook Pane from Side button to pin the Notebook pane
to the left side of the screen. This pin-shaped button is located above the
Notebook pane. To see the Notebook pane again, double-click the name of
your notebook.
Section (and section group) tabs
Section and section group names appear in tabs above the page (refer to
Figure 1-1). Click the name of a section to see its pages. (You can also click
a section name in the Notebook pane.) Click the name of a section group
to make its sections appear on the tabs. Later in this chapter, “Units for
Organizing Notes” explains what sections and section groups are.
Page window
After you select a page in the Page pane, it appears in the Page window,
and you can read notes you wrote on the page (refer to Figure 1-1). The
title of the page appears at the top of the page window in the Title text box.
Underneath the Title text box, you can see the date and time that the page
was created.
To write a note, click in the Page window and start typing.
Page pane
The names of pages and subpages in the section you selected appear on
tabs in the Page pane on the right side of the screen (refer to Figure 1-1).
To go from page to page, click a page’s name. The top of the Page pane offers
the Add Page button for creating new pages.
Units for Organizing Notes
From largest to smallest, OneNote offers these units for organizing notes:
Notebook: Create a notebook for each important project you’re involved
in. OneNote places one button on the Notebook pane for each open
notebook. By clicking these buttons, you can go from notebook to
notebook. The Notebook pane is located on the left side of the window (see
Figure 1-1).
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