OneNote can be a powerful way to organize your projects and ideas. Many students use OneNote for academics, but you can also take advantage of it for work or personal projects.
This means you can capture digital notes and keep them organized. It also means you can add images, diagrams, audio, video, and more. Use OneNote with other programs in the Office suite, on your desktop or mobile devices. These easy steps will help you get started quickly even if you are a complete beginner. After that, we'll link you to more intermediate and advanced tips to make sure you get the most from this useful program.
Just like physical notebooks, OneNote notebooks are a collection of note pages. Start by creating a notebook, then build from there.
Best of all, going paperless means you don't have to haul around multiple notebooks.
One advantage of a digital notebook is the ability to add more page or move those pages around within your notebook. Your organization is fluid, allowing you to arrange and rearrange each piece of your project.
Enter notes by typing or handwriting, depending on the type of device you are using. You actually have even more options than these, such as using your voice or taking a photo of text and having it converted to editable or digital text, but we will start with the basics first!