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Using Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 by Michael C. Oldenburg

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This chapter outlines your options for information organization and retrieval in OneNote.

7

Organizing and Searching Notes

The previous chapter taught you how to bring all kinds of information into your electronic notebook and keep everything together in one place; this chapter demonstrates why making OneNote 2010 your primary information repository really pays off in the long run.

If you made a sour face when you saw the word organizing in the title of this chapter, don’t be discouraged. You don’t need to learn a specific filing system to stay organized in OneNote. OneNote won’t pass judgment about your note-taking habits, and it won’t nag you about any lack of personal organization on your part. No matter how organized—or disorganized—you ...

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