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Using Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 by Michael C. Oldenburg

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This chapter introduces you to the OneNote 2010 user interface and some of its terminology.

3

A Tour of the OneNote Workspace

Before you get started with some hands-on practice, first look at the most important components of the OneNote 2010 interface. Figure 3.1 shows the OneNote program window as it appears in the sample notebook that you created in Chapter 1, “Introducing Microsoft OneNote.”

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Figure 3.1 The OneNote 2010 program window, the way it appears when you run OneNote for the first time.

The OneNote 2010 interface includes the following main components:

• The ribbon

• The Quick Access Toolbar

• The Backstage View

• The navigation bar ...

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