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Office 2016 All-In-One For Dummies by Peter Weverka

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Chapter 2

Taking Notes

In This Chapter

arrow Entering notes with the keyboard

arrow Working with note containers

arrow Moving, selecting, and deleting notes

arrow Drawing in OneNote

arrow Turning handwritten notes into text notes

arrow Taking screen-clipping and audio notes

arrow Attaching and linking notes to files

To OneNote, a “note” is much more than something you scribble on a page. OneNote offers you the chance to create a variety of different notes — drawn notes, audio notes, screen clippings, and linked notes, for example.

This chapter delves into all the kinds of notes you can make with OneNote. It also shows you how to draw on a page, turn handwritten notes into text notes, write mathematical expressions, and attach and link files to notes.

Entering a Typewritten Note

The simplest kind of note is the typewritten ...

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