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Office 2013 In Depth by Joe Habraken

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Integrating OneNote and Outlook

OneNote gives you three commands on the OneNote Ribbon’s Home tab that enable you to quickly interact with Outlook as you work in OneNote. These Outlook-associated commands are as follows:

Outlook Tasks: This command (in the Tags group) enables you to insert a new task into a note on the current notebook page. The task, which can be time-stamped using a number of timeframes, such as Today, Tomorrow, Next Week, or No Date, is replicated to your Outlook Tasks list. When you open the task in Outlook, a link is provided that makes it easy to open the associated OneNote notebook directly from Outlook.

Email Page: This command (in the Email group) enables you to email the current OneNote page to a recipient or recipients. ...

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