OneNote is one of the best pieces of software available for use with Windows. No other software on any platform can match what OneNote can do. In this guide you will learn why OneNote is so good and how you can begin to use it to organize your life.
OneNote can help you with the following: school notes, work plans, journal writing, plan making, web design, and much more!
Personally I use OneNote for my school notes and I use it to draft and store articles I publish for www.mintywhite.com.
How do I get started?
I have just put together a few screenshots for you - hopefully, these will inspire you to create your own master piece. OneNote’s sections break down into three parts:
Notebooks - Think of them as Years/Semesters/Projects etc.
Sections - Months/Classes/Milestones etc.
Pages - Days/Lectures/Steps etc.
Here are three screenshots showing how I have my mintywhite ideas and articles set up. After looking at these, you can get started yourself!
What if I Don’t Have Microsoft Office?
To evaluate OneNote 2007, you can get a free trial here.
What if I Have More Questions?
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