In our fast-paced digital world, the need to capture ideas, meeting notes, and to-do items is ever present. Microsoft® Office OneNote® 2016 provides a way for you to efficiently create and collect your notes in an electronic notebook. This course will introduce you to using OneNote notebooks to store a wide variety of content in an organized structure, access the content from anywhere, and also share it with others. Additionally, learning how OneNote and the other applications in the suite are integrated increases your productivity with Microsoft Office.
Lesson 1: Getting Started with OneNote
Topic A: Navigate the OneNote 2016 Environment
Topic B: Use Templates
Topic C: Customize the OneNote User Interface
Lesson 2: Adding and Formatting Notebook Content
Topic A: Apply Formatting to Notebook Content
Topic B: Insert Images and Audio into a Notebook
Topic C: Add Quick Notes and Links
Topic D: Use Drawing Tools
Lesson 3: Embedding and Attaching Files
Topic A: Embed Excel Spreadsheets
Topic B: Attach Other File Types
Lesson 4: Organizing and Searching Notebooks
Topic A: Use Tags
Topic B: Organize and Search Notebooks
Lesson 5: Finalizing a Notebook
Topic A: Proof and Print a Notebook
Topic B: Configure Password Protection and Notebook Properties
Lesson 6: Managing Notebook Files
Topic A: Export Content from OneNote Notebooks
Topic B: Back Up and Restore Notebook Content
Lesson 7: Sending and Sharing OneNote Content
Topic A: Send OneNote Content in Other Formats
Topic B: Share OneNote Content by Using OneDrive
Appendix A: Microsoft OneNote 2016 Common Keyboard Shortcuts
In this course, you will develop digital note-taking skills by creating, modifying, and managing OneNote notebooks that work with other Microsoft Office programs.
- Navigate and customize the OneNote interface and environment.
- Add and format text, images, audio, links, and drawing objects to a notebook.
- Embed Excel spreadsheets and attach other files to a notebook.
- Categorize, organize, and search notebook content.
- Check spelling in, print, and password-protect notebooks.
- Use Outlook and OneDrive to send and share notebook content.
- Export notebook content and manage notebook history and backups.
This course is intended for people in a variety of roles and fields who have a basic understanding of Microsoft Office 2016 and want to incorporate digital note-taking and note collaboration by using Microsoft OneNote 2016. In addition to creating and modifying OneNote notebooks, this course will introduce you to inserting images and embedding files into notebooks, categorizing content, sharing content with OneDrive®, and exporting content to other file formats.
For this course, you will need one computer for each student and one for the instructor. Each computer will need the following minimum hardware configurations:
- 1 GHz 32-bit or 64-bit processor
- 1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit)
- 25 GB available disk space
- DirectX 10 graphics card and a 1,024 × 576 or higher resolution monitor (1,024 × 768 resolution or higher monitor recommended)
- Keyboard and mouse (or other pointing device)
- Network cards and cabling for local network access
- Internet access (contact your local network administrator)
- Printer (optional) or an installed printer driver
- Projection system to display the instructor’s computer screen
- Headphones or ear buds for listening to the audio and video files
- Microsoft® Office Professional Plus 2016 (Specifically, students need OneNote 2016 and Outlook 2016.)
- Microsoft® Windows® 10 Professional or Enterprise
Although it may be possible to deliver course content by using Microsoft Office OneNote 2016 on a Windows 8 or 8.1 installation, this course was written and tested on Windows 10 Pro. If you plan to teach this course using a different version of Windows, you should key through the course completely to note what will be different before you deliver the course to students.
To ensure your success in this course, you should have Windows end-user skills that include starting and closing applications, navigating basic file structures, and managing files and folders. Previous experience with OneNote is not required; however, having a basic understanding of the Microsoft Office productivity suite would be beneficial. You can obtain this level of skill and knowledge by taking either one of the following Logical Operations courses, or any similar course in general Microsoft Windows skills:
- Using Microsoft® Windows® 10
- Microsoft® Windows® 10 Transition from Windows® 7
With CCS Learning Academy, you’ll receive:
- 1 Day Certified Instructor-led training
- Official Training Seminar Student Handbook
- Collaboration with classmates (not currently available for self-paced course)
- Real-world learning activities and scenarios
- Exam scheduling support*
- Enjoy job placement assistance for the first 12 months after course completion.
- This course is eligible for CCS Learning Academy’s Learn and Earn Program: get a tuition fee refund of up to 50% if you are placed in a job through CCS Global Tech’s Placement Division*
- Government and Private pricing available.*
*For more details call: 858-208-4141 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com