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MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft® OneNote

Book Description

Demonstrate your expertise with Microsoft OneNote 2010 by earning a MOS certification. This official Study Guide is designed to help you practice and prepare for MOS Exam 77-853: OneNote 2010, and features:

  • Full objective-by-objective coverage

  • Procedures and hands-on practice tasks

  • Ready-made, downloadable practice files

  • Exam-discount offer from Certiport

  • Use the in-depth exam prep, practice, and review to help advance your proficiency with OneNote 2010—and earn the credential that proves it!

    Table of Contents

    1. MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft® OneNote
    2. A Note Regarding Supplemental Files
    3. Taking a Microsoft Office Specialist Exam
      1. Microsoft Office Specialist Certification
      2. Selecting a Certification Path
      3. Test-Taking Tips
      4. Certification Benefits
      5. For More Information
    4. Using This Book to Study for a Certification Exam
      1. Features and Conventions of This Book
    5. Using the Book’s Companion Content
      1. Exam 77-853: Microsoft OneNote 2010 Specialist
        1. Exam 77-853: Microsoft OneNote 2010 Specialist
    6. Modifying the Display of the Ribbon
    7. Getting Support and Giving Feedback
      1. Errata
      2. Getting Help with Microsoft OneNote 2010
      3. We Want to Hear from You
      4. Stay in Touch
    8. Exam 77-853 Microsoft OneNote 2010 Specialist
      1. What You Need to Know
    9. 1. Managing the OneNote Environment
      1. 1.1 Manage Page Layout
        1. Combining Containers
        2. Collapsing and Expanding Paragraphs
        3. Setting an Image as a Background
        4. Saving the Current Page as a Template
      2. 1.2 Configure Backstage View in OneNote
        1. Configuring Notebook Settings and Properties
        2. Pinning Recently Opened Notebooks
      3. 1.3 Create OneNote Notebooks
        1. Creating a Notebook on Windows Live SkyDrive
        2. Creating a Notebook on a Network
        3. Creating a Notebook on Your Computer
      4. 1.4 Personalize OneNote
        1. Working in the OneNote Options Dialog Box
          1. Setting the Default Font and Size
          2. Configuring Display Settings
          3. Specifying Proofing Settings
          4. Working with Language Settings
          5. Setting Advanced Options
        2. Configuring Research and Translation Options
      5. 1.5 Personalize Page Setup
        1. Setting Page Properties
        2. Docking the OneNote Window and Managing OneNote Views
      6. Objective Review
    10. 2. Sharing and Collaborating
      1. 2.1 Share OneNote Notebooks
        1. Sharing Notebooks on Windows Live SkyDrive
        2. Sharing Notebooks on a SharePoint Site
        3. Sharing Notebooks on a Network Drive
        4. Synchronizing Shared Notebooks
      2. 2.2 Share OneNote Content via E-Mail
        1. E-Mailing Others About the Notebook
        2. Inviting Others to View a Notebook
        3. E-Mailing Pages in Shareable Formats
        4. Configuring E-Mail Options in OneNote
      3. 2.3 Collaborate in OneNote
        1. Marking Coauthor Edits as Read or Unread
        2. Viewing Recent Edits
        3. Finding Notes by Author
        4. Hiding Author Initials
      4. Objective Review
    11. 3. Organizing and Finding Notes
      1. 3.1 Use OneNote Notebook Organizational Tools
        1. Merging Sections
        2. Creating a Section Group
        3. Color-Coding Notebooks and Sections
        4. Protecting Sections with a Password
        5. Grouping and Collapsing Subpages
        6. Using Side Notes
      2. 3.2 Search OneNote
        1. Searching Notebooks, Sections, and Pages
        2. Displaying the Search Results Pane
      3. 3.3 Use History and Backups in OneNote
        1. Working with Page Versions
        2. Using the Notebook Recycle Bin
        3. Opening Backup Notebooks
      4. 3.4 Use the Save As Command
        1. Saving the Current Page
        2. Saving Notebooks in Different File Formats
      5. 3.5 Use Quick Filing
        1. Sending Outlook Items to OneNote
        2. Sending Web Pages, Screen Clippings, and Printouts to OneNote
          1. Adding Web Content to OneNote
          2. Adding a Screen Clipping
          3. Printing to OneNote
        3. Setting Send-To Options
      6. 3.6 Use and Manage Tags
        1. Applying Tags to Paragraphs
        2. Creating Custom Tags
        3. Modifying Tags
        4. Finding Tags
        5. Creating a Tag Summary Page
        6. Configuring Tag Options
      7. Objective Review
    12. 4. Editing and Linking Content in OneNote
      1. 4.1 Use Links and Linked Notes
        1. Linking Pages to Other OneNote Pages
        2. Linking Notes to Pages, Sections, Notebooks, and Wikilinks
          1. Using the Copy Link To Command
          2. Creating a Wikilink
        3. Working with Side Notes and Docked Windows
          1. Adding a Side Note from OneNote
          2. Working with Linked Notes in a Docked OneNote Window
        4. Linking Notes to Other Applications
          1. Linking Notes in Word Documents
          2. Linking Notes in PowerPoint Presentations
          3. Linking Notes in Internet Explorer
      2. 4.2 Insert Files
        1. Linking to Files
        2. Embedding Files
        3. Printing Files to OneNote
        4. Inserting a Printout from a Scanner or a Camera
      3. 4.3 Edit Text in OneNote
        1. Using the Format Painter
        2. Applying Styles
        3. Using Paste Options
        4. Clearing Formatting
        5. Working with Tables
        6. Conducting Research
          1. Using the Dictionary
          2. Using the Thesaurus
          3. Translating Text
      4. 4.4 Insert and Modify Visual Elements
        1. Using Images
        2. Inserting Symbols
        3. Working with Drawing Tools
          1. Tools Group
          2. Insert Shapes Group
          3. Edit Group
          4. Convert Group
        4. Using and Setting Pen Options
      5. Objective Review
    13. A. OneNote Keyboard Shortcuts
      1. Typing and editing notes
        1. Typing and editing notes
        2. Formatting notes
        3. Adding items to a page
        4. Selecting notes and objects
        5. Tagging notes
        6. Using outlines
        7. Working with pages and side notes
        8. Working with notebooks and sections
        9. Searching notes
        10. Sharing notes
        11. Password-protecting sections
    14. Index
    15. About the Author
    16. Copyright