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Professor Teaches OneNote 2016 Free Download [Xforce]

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About This Software

Professor Teaches OneNote 2016 is a computer learning course designed by experts to guide you through all of the functions and features of this sophisticated digital notebook program. Learn the features of OneNote with hours of lessons and hands-on exercises in a realistic simulation of the actual OneNote program.

What is Microsoft OneNote 2016?
Microsoft OneNote 2016 is a digital notebook that is a part of the Microsoft Office Suite. OneNote creates a single place to store all of your notes and information. It provides the flexibility to gather and organize text, pictures, audio and video recordings, and more, in one location on your computer.

What are the Benefits of Learning Microsoft OneNote 2016?
Discover how to organize and search quickly
Share ideas and projects with classmates and colleagues
Improve your efficiency by converting handwriting

OneNote 2016 – Over 40 Lessons!
Our extensive computer training course will cover the following topics:
•Learn how to work with the Ribbon
•Explore using Dock to Desktop
•Learn how to take and save notes
•Add pictures and equations
•Learn how to create unfiled notes
•Learn to use the Pen Mode
•Exploring the OneNote User Interface
•Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar
•Creating and Configuring Notebooks
•Adding Screen-clippings to Notebooks
•Working with Audio and Video
•Tagging Notes
•Formatting and sharing notebooks
•Adding Equations
•Adding Pictures
•Working with Notebook Templates
•Setting Default Templates to Sections
•Changing backgrounds
•Setting Notebook Properties
•Saving and Converting Notebooks
•Sharing Notebooks on the Web
•Working in the Cloud
•Signing in with Microsoft Accounts

Features of Professor Teaches OneNote 2016
•Practice in a Realistic Simulation of the Software
•Hundreds of Learning Topics
•4 to 8 Hours of Training per Course
•Realistic Simulations
•Beginner to Advanced Topics
•Self-Paced Learning Objectives
•Introductions and Summaries
•Interactive Exercises
•Professional Voice Narration
•End-of-Chapter Quiz Questions
•Check marks for Completed Topics
•Glossary, Index, and Search
•Professor Answers for Instant Training b4d347fde0

Title: Professor Teaches OneNote 2016
Genre: Software Training
Individual Software
Individual Software
Release Date: 15 Sep, 2015


Lots of useful bits of info here for the new user or even an experienced user. I came away with lots of shortcuts and bits of info that I didn't know. Some basic keyboard shortcuts, for example, are covered in this course. One I really liked is the "Dock to Desktop" key (ctrl-alt-d) which opens a notepad-like page on the right side of the screen. It's a quick and easy way to take notes while viewing something else. Pressing the Windows+N keys opens up a Quick Note is another shortcut.

Some other nuggets:

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