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Here is a comprehensive overview of OneNote.
If you're using Windows 10, you may see two OneNote icons on your menu. One is labeled OneNote and the other will be labeled OneNote 2016 (or possibly 2013 or 2010). You can read about the difference between these versions of OneNote. In addition to these two versions of OneNote, there are 12 other versions of OneNote. Each one is used on a different electronic device e.g. iPhone, iPad, Windows online, Mac, etc. Use the electronic device to visit this site to install OneNote on it, or you can use the same site to download OneNote for your computer. You don't have to download OneNote at all; you can simply use it online by visiting this site on your Windows PC or Mac.
If you're using OneNote on an iPad, you may wish to visit this website where you can learn specific tips that are applicable to using OneNote with an iPad.
If you are using the free OneNote App for Windows 10, this site will provide you with a comprehensive description of how to use the App.
If you're using OneNote for the first time this site will provide you with an excellent overview of its features and capabilities.
The OneNote Clipper is an excellent way to easily import any web page into OneNote. You can install the Clipper here. The website in the previous sentence can also show you how to install OneNote on a non-computer, e.g. iPhone, Android phone, iPad, etc. Here is more information about using the Clipper. If you wish to use the Clipper with Microsoft Edge, read this page before installing it.
This website will allow you to easily forward emails to OneNote.
You can make an audio recording and simultaneously take notes in OneNote.
You can learn how to specify which online notebook or section your clippings are sent to.
If you wish to save your OneNote notebooks online, you must use OneDrive.
You can take take photos with your digital camera and import them into OneNote. The Microsoft lens also performs this task and has some extra features.
If you are using a Windows computer or electronic device, you can learn more about OneNote at the following websites:
Training for all versions of OneNote on all types of electronic devices
7 OneNote training videos at Lynda through the Montgomery County Library
7 OneNote training videos at Lynda through the D.C. Public Library
Lynda classes for OneNote 2016, 2013 or 2010. All free if you login through the Montgomery County or DC Public library first
5 free Minibooks are available about various aspects of OneNote
If you are using a Mac computer you can learn more about OneNote at the following websites:
Login to the D.C. or Montgomery County Public library first, and then take a 2 hour OneNote training class on Lynda
Twenty-Five page manual (Click on "Download the file" which is beneath the description of the guide. See illustration below.