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Office 2010 Web Apps For Dummies® by Peter Weverka

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Chapter 15. Writing and Storing Notes

In This Chapter

  • Introducing OneNote Web App

  • Creating a notebook for storing notes

  • Examining the differences between OneNote Web App and OneNote 2010

  • Creating sections, pages, and subpages for notes

  • Writing notes

  • Formatting note text

This chapter introduces OneNote Web App and describes how you can use it to take notes and organize them. You find out how to create units for storing notes — a notebook, sections, pages, and subpages. You also find out how to write notes and format the text on notes. Turn to this chapter to get the basics of using OneNote Web App.

Introducing OneNote Web App

Everybody who has been in a classroom or participated in a business meeting knows what note-taking is. What makes taking notes with OneNote Web App special is that the notes are digital, and for that reason, you can store, organize, and retrieve your notes in various ways. OneNote Web App adds another dimension to note taking. Because notes can be copied, moved, and combined with other notes, you can use notes as building blocks for different projects — for white papers and reports, for example.

A OneNote file is called a notebook. Within a notebook, you can write notes and organize your notes into sections, pages, and subpages. You can use OneNote Web App to refine your thinking about the work you want to do and the subjects you want to tackle. OneNote Web App helps you organize your ideas.

Note

OneNote Web App is a little different from the other Office Web Apps. You ...

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