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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Creating a Notebook

You can create a new notebook for any project, plan, or other endeavor. Creating a new workbook for each of the different projects or major tasks you want to undertake makes sense, whether you are using OneNote at work or at home. For example, having one notebook named Work probably will get you just a big mishmash of information stored together with no obvious relationship, even though you can use sections to divide even a poorly conceived notebook (for more about modifying a notebook, see “Modifying a Notebook,” later in this chapter).

Try to plan ahead for what should go in a particular notebook and what should not; think of the notebook as a container for just the information related to one plan or project. There is certainly ...

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