Microsoft OneNote Classes
Learn to effectively use a digital notebook by attending a hands-on instructor-led class in Microsoft OneNote at the Computer Education & Training Center. Discover the capabilities of OneNote in planning, organizing, keeping notes, tracking projects, and sharing information with other Office applications.
Our OneNote classes are now available online with an instructor present for the entire course. You will see the instructor's screen throughout the class and you can share your screen if you need individual help from the instructor. You will have time to practice, ask questions, and receive hands-on training. In addition, if OneNote is not installed on your machine, you can remote into one of our computers. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introduction to OneNote
(Prerequisite: Experience with Windows.) With this planning and note-taking software, you can easily collect, organize, search, and share information from a single digital notebook. In this course, learn how to add notes, create new notebook sections and pages, and move and format notes. Tag your notes and use the search tools to quickly find information. Save time by using templates and learn how OneNote and Outlook work together. Additional topics include sharing notebooks through a network and sending sections of your notebook to Word.
|One-Day Class Meets 8:30am-4:00pm (6.5 hours)|
|E0560||Tues., June 30||West County||Tina Wolk Hefner|
|E1060||Thurs., Aug. 13||West County||Tina Wolk Hefner|
If you would like to register for a course, call (314) 984-9000 or register online.
You may be also interested in other Microsoft Office classes available including Publisher, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Access VBA, and Excel.
If you are moving to Office 2013, check out our Transitioning to Office 2013 class to learn more about the new features and changes from prior versions of Office.