In Outlook 2013, you can click the OneNote button to copy items from Outlook to OneNote. You can copy email messages, meetings, contacts, and tasks. Copy items from Outlook if you need to keep notes about email messages, meetings, contacts, or tasks.
In the case of meetings, contacts, and tasks, OneNote not only copies the item but it also provides a link that you can click to open the meeting, contact, or task in Outlook.
Open the folder that contains the item you want to copy to OneNote.
Select the email message, contact, or task that you want to copy to OneNote.
On the ribbon, click the Home tab.
In the Actions group, click the OneNote ...