Microsoft OneNote Tutorial [Old Version]


Microsoft OneNote is a free application available for Mac, PC, iPhone, iPad, Android (phones and tablets), and is also accessible online. It’s a simple note taking app that competes with the very popular app known as Evernote (which we also have a class on!). In this tutorial, David will walk you through OneNote’s features and will offer several tips and tricks as well.

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  1. I agree with the search feature. That would be great. I am working in OneNote 2016 so it looks a little different. I have been using Evernote for quite awhile and I really like it except that the free version now can only be used on 2 devices. I use to have my phone, tablet and PC on it.

  2. Don't know if someone already mentionned it but for the OneNote Clipper, it now does everything EverNote does. (I use the OneNote 2016 app) You can screenshot the whole page, a section, etc. and choose where you send it.

  3. My Onenote does not look like this. I am sooo frustrated. I need to submit what I have on there into a assignment in 2 days. My Onenote does not have the file feature that allows me to export. Help!!!!!!

  4. Thanks David. Great job. Learned a ton in a short period of time. Only thing i would comment on is that it would be great to see how it is done on a PC as well for those of us who don't work on a mac. Look forward to more of your videos.

  5. I found how to use Lock Protected Sections. With OneNote open File, Options, Advanced, scroll down to Passwords and click Lock Password Protection. This opens up to the right a new section where you can type in a password.

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