Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Recording and Playing Audio Notes
You can also take a screen clipping when OneNote isn’t running. To do so,
start in the Notification tray (located in the lower-right corner of the screen),
click the Send to OneNote Tool icon, and choose Screen Clipping in the
pop-up window (or press Windows key+S). Then drag the pointer on your
screen to capture the part of the screen you want for the clipping. The Select
Location in OneNote dialog box appears. Do one of the following:
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Chapter 2
Select a section in the dialog box and click the Send to Selected
Location button. OneNote creates a new page in the section you chose
for the clipping and places the clipping on the page.
Click the Copy to Clipboard button. Back in OneNote, right-click a page
and choose Paste to paste the clipping into OneNote.
Recording and Playing Audio Notes
If you start to get sleepy in class or a meeting and you can no longer type
detailed notes, consider taking an audio note. An audio note is a recording
stored in a note container. You can take these notes as long as your computer
is equipped to record sound. What OneNote calls an audio note is really a
.wma (Windows media audio) file stored in a note container.
After you record an audio note, you can click the note’s Playback button
or click the Play button on the (Audio & Video) Playback tab to play the
recording you made, as shown in Figure 2-9.
Figure 2-9:
Play and
notes on
the (Audio
& Video)
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