If you are someone who uses OneNote and wants to maximize the use, this course, OneNote for Windows 10, is for you. First, you'll look at creating, managing, and sharing notebooks. Then, you'll look at formatting and finding notes. Finally, you'll explore how to insert content. By the end of this course, you will be proficient at using OneNote for Windows 10..
Heather Ackmann is an accomplished instructor with a decade of teaching experience, helping students at the high school, college, and adult levels in a variety of topics. Specializing in Microsoft Office computer applications, she is a Microsoft Office Certified Master and holds a degree in English and Secondary Education.
Creating, Formatting, and Finding Notes Creating a note in OneNote is easy. Simply click or tap anywhere on the Notes page and just begin typing. Your notes will be contained inside their own little individual containers, which makes it easy to select that note, move, and format that note quickly within the page, and you have the same basic formatting options that you will find in most word processing programs. From your Home tab to the far left-hand side of that tab, you can change the font, or that size, and even apply bold, italics, or underline just with the click of a button. To highlight text, you have your highlighter tool here. Just click on any color to highlight certain text on the page, and to undo anything that you've done just click this Back button that appears to the far, far left of that Home tab. If it's formatting that you've done a while ago, that you can't use this undo feature for, you can use this Clear Formatting button right here. Just click and drag over the area that you'd like to remove that formatting to, and then click the Clear Formatting button and that will remove the formatting and return your note back to its original style. If you'd like to clear the formatting for an entire note or a container, simply take your mouse or tap on the container itself and that will select the entire note, and then click on that button.