Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
• OneNote is a like a scrapbook on your computer.
• Each notebook is divided into tabbed sections that contain your
• A OneNote page can be much bigger than a sheet of paper.
• Your notebooks are listed on the left, the tabs for sections run along
the top, and the tabs for individual pages are on the right.
• OneNote 2010 has a ribbon, while OneNote 2007 uses a menu bar
• You automatically have a work notebook and a personal notebook,
but it’s a good idea to create a new notebook for each new
• OneNote saves your work automatically, so make sure you undo
any edits you don’t want to be saved.
• Make each page speciﬁ c to one subject, such as one recipe. It’s
easier to navigate lots of short pages than it is to ﬁ nd something in
a few long ones.
• Use short, descriptive names for your page titles.
• You can insert a table to lay out information such as ingredients.
The table feature is also available in Word and PowerPoint.
• You can type content and insert pictures anywhere you want on a
• To get OneNote to calculate a sum for you, put an equals sign after it.
• To move a box of content, click its top border and drag it with
• To change a box’s width, click its right border and drag it left or right.