OneNote 2016 - Discover the note taking tool

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Use OneNote in your daily work. Centralize all of your note-taking and avoid any chance of losing something vital

Teaching Format:

  • Remote e-learning training session
  • Interact live with your trainer throughout the e-learning session. Ask questions and discuss points as they arise

Training aims:

  • Discover how to save time in note-taking
  • Use the application features to organize notes

Training content:

  • What is the purpose of OneNote?
    • Take notes
    • Organize notes
    • Share notes
  • Hierarchy levels
  • Kind of notes
  • Sharing options
  • Online version
00:00:10
Hello everyone,
00:00:12
Welcome to this online session called:
00:00:14
Discover the Note Taking App: OneNote.
00:00:18
My name is Dina and I will be your trainer today.
00:00:22
First be advised
00:00:23
that this webinar is being recorded and you will have the opportunity to view it
00:00:28
soon after on our MOOC platform. And now, before I start the presentation
00:00:36
and in order to ensure that it runs smoothly, it is important you listen to the following
00:00:40
instructions carefully.
00:00:42
The first one is: If you're using a phone, please do not
00:00:47
take call waiting or a second call as the music on hold will start playing and
00:00:52
we will no longer be able to hear one another. The second one is: On your end
00:00:58
make sure to turn the microphone off by switching the button to the mute mode.
00:01:03
As you may all know, some of you may be working in an open space environment; So
00:01:08
those are really just cautionary measures to avoid unpredictable or
00:01:13
unwanted background noise. The third and last one is: Please remember to keep your
00:01:21
computer screen active at all times by wiggling the mouse every now and then. It
00:01:26
is very important you do not let your PC go into sleep mode as this will cause
00:01:32
the interruption of the video and you will find yourself kicked out of this
00:01:37
online session. The inconvenience here is that you will have to repeat the login
00:01:43
steps all over again to get back in it! So let's avoid that! All right. First of
00:01:52
all, I've been using OneNote for almost a year now. It has become my favorite tool. I use
00:01:57
it in my personal and my work life. It is a very user-friendly application and
00:02:04
this is why I find it very neat! So now, this is what we're going to cover over
00:02:12
the 45-minute session: The idea being that we are going to create a brand new
00:02:17
notebook, together. First, we will define what is OneNote and we'll see
00:02:23
what it can do; Then after creating that notebook together, we are going to
00:02:29
organize it into different sections; We are going to use the search feature with
00:02:34
the tag action items as to create "To-Do" lists and prioritize those actions as
00:02:41
well. And then, we are going to see how to store securely this OneNote notebook in
00:02:49
our OneDrive. The idea is to be able to use the application fully and so it is
00:02:56
best to learn how to save your notes in the Cloud space so you can access from
00:03:02
any device; and also, to share this notebook (or notebooks) with other
00:03:10
colleagues or friends... or family members... And collaborate on those notes together.
00:03:16
So the objectives here are to discover how to centralize our notes with one
00:03:22
single tool and to efficiently use the application's features and other tools.
00:03:28
Now, let's begin! So what is "OneNote"? It basically is your very own digital
00:03:42
notebook! Whether you have a million ideas a million things to do or a
00:03:48
million things to remember... Well, OneNote is the perfect app for capturing
00:03:53
pretty much everything. In technical terms: It is a computer program for
00:03:58
free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It can also gather
00:04:07
users' notes (whether they are handwritten or typed) drawings, screen
00:04:13
clippings and audio commentaries. At the same time, notes can be shared with other
00:04:19
OneNote users over the internet or a specific network. So what can you do with
00:04:27
OneNote? Well, you can do the following: You can type or dictate notes... and/or record
00:04:34
audio on your laptop, for instance. You can also sketch or write ideas on
00:04:39
your tablet; Add pictures from your phone or find notes instantly; You can freely
00:04:47
move those notes around the page which is very convenient; And you can organize
00:04:53
those pages into sections and keep your sections in one or more notebooks. But
00:05:02
most of all, you can switch devices and pick up right where you left off and of
00:05:09
course, share your notebooks with others; This way you can all view and contribute at
00:05:14
the same time, on the same items. All right... So let's start using OneNote! First
00:05:22
of all, it has a consistent interface that works the same on Windows Mac iOS
00:05:27
and Android. You can sign in with your personal Microsoft account or the
00:05:33
account you use for work or school. And this is the part where I'm going to
00:05:38
launch my Google Chrome browser to show you how to sign in to your Microsoft
00:05:43
account. So I'm going to go right ahead and click on Show Taskbar... And at the bottom,
00:05:53
I can locate my Google Chrome browser. I'm going to launch the page and under the
00:05:59
Google search bar, I'm going to just type in "Office 365"... and here you go... "Office 365
00:06:09
Login | Microsoft Office" is the link I want. I select it. I'm going to sign in
00:06:15
with a "Demo account" under the name of Oliver Lodge. I'm going to validate this
00:06:20
password right now... And yes, I wish to stay signed in! Now that I am in my
00:06:29
Microsoft account, on the upper right corner, appears the initials "O.L." for
00:06:36
Oliver Lodge as an avatar, my help button, my star wheel (if I wish to adjust the
00:06:44
settings) the notifications button... And then, on the far left, I can go to my "App
00:06:50
Launch". I can launch my OneNote from here or I
00:06:54
can just go to the tiles located horizontally, on the main page. And I'm
00:07:01
going to click on OneNote. Once I'm here, there's a purple button "+ New
00:00:10
Hello everyone,
00:00:12
Welcome to this online session called:
00:00:14
Discover the Note Taking App: OneNote.
00:00:18
My name is Dina and I will be your trainer today.
00:00:22
First be advised
00:00:23
that this webinar is being recorded and you will have the opportunity to view it
00:00:28
soon after on our MOOC platform. And now, before I start the presentation
00:00:36
and in order to ensure that it runs smoothly, it is important you listen to the following
00:00:40
instructions carefully.
00:00:42
The first one is: If you're using a phone, please do not
00:00:47
take call waiting or a second call as the music on hold will start playing and
00:00:52
we will no longer be able to hear one another. The second one is: On your end
00:00:58
make sure to turn the microphone off by switching the button to the mute mode.
00:01:03
As you may all know, some of you may be working in an open space environment; So
00:01:08
those are really just cautionary measures to avoid unpredictable or
00:01:13
unwanted background noise. The third and last one is: Please remember to keep your
00:01:21
computer screen active at all times by wiggling the mouse every now and then. It
00:01:26
is very important you do not let your PC go into sleep mode as this will cause
00:01:32
the interruption of the video and you will find yourself kicked out of this
00:01:37
online session. The inconvenience here is that you will have to repeat the login
00:01:43
steps all over again to get back in it! So let's avoid that! All right. First of
00:01:52
all, I've been using OneNote for almost a year now. It has become my favorite tool. I use
00:01:57
it in my personal and my work life. It is a very user-friendly application and
00:02:04
this is why I find it very neat! So now, this is what we're going to cover over
00:02:12
the 45-minute session: The idea being that we are going to create a brand new
00:02:17
notebook, together. First, we will define what is OneNote and we'll see
00:02:23
what it can do; Then after creating that notebook together, we are going to
00:02:29
organize it into different sections; We are going to use the search feature with
00:02:34
the tag action items as to create "To-Do" lists and prioritize those actions as
00:02:41
well. And then, we are going to see how to store securely this OneNote notebook in
00:02:49
our OneDrive. The idea is to be able to use the application fully and so it is
00:02:56
best to learn how to save your notes in the Cloud space so you can access from
00:03:02
any device; and also, to share this notebook (or notebooks) with other
00:03:10
colleagues or friends... or family members... And collaborate on those notes together.
00:03:16
So the objectives here are to discover how to centralize our notes with one
00:03:22
single tool and to efficiently use the application's features and other tools.
00:03:28
Now, let's begin! So what is "OneNote"? It basically is your very own digital
00:03:42
notebook! Whether you have a million ideas a million things to do or a
00:03:48
million things to remember... Well, OneNote is the perfect app for capturing
00:03:53
pretty much everything. In technical terms: It is a computer program for
00:03:58
free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It can also gather
00:04:07
users' notes (whether they are handwritten or typed) drawings, screen
00:04:13
clippings and audio commentaries. At the same time, notes can be shared with other
00:04:19
OneNote users over the internet or a specific network. So what can you do with
00:04:27
OneNote? Well, you can do the following: You can type or dictate notes... and/or record
00:04:34
audio on your laptop, for instance. You can also sketch or write ideas on
00:04:39
your tablet; Add pictures from your phone or find notes instantly; You can freely
00:04:47
move those notes around the page which is very convenient; And you can organize
00:04:53
those pages into sections and keep your sections in one or more notebooks. But
00:05:02
most of all, you can switch devices and pick up right where you left off and of
00:05:09
course, share your notebooks with others; This way you can all view and contribute at
00:05:14
the same time, on the same items. All right... So let's start using OneNote! First
00:05:22
of all, it has a consistent interface that works the same on Windows Mac iOS
00:05:27
and Android. You can sign in with your personal Microsoft account or the
00:05:33
account you use for work or school. And this is the part where I'm going to
00:05:38
launch my Google Chrome browser to show you how to sign in to your Microsoft
00:05:43
account. So I'm going to go right ahead and click on Show Taskbar... And at the bottom,
00:05:53
I can locate my Google Chrome browser. I'm going to launch the page and under the
00:05:59
Google search bar, I'm going to just type in "Office 365"... and here you go... "Office 365
00:06:09
Login | Microsoft Office" is the link I want. I select it. I'm going to sign in
00:06:15
with a "Demo account" under the name of Oliver Lodge. I'm going to validate this
00:06:20
password right now... And yes, I wish to stay signed in! Now that I am in my
00:06:29
Microsoft account, on the upper right corner, appears the initials "O.L." for
00:06:36
Oliver Lodge as an avatar, my help button, my star wheel (if I wish to adjust the
00:06:44
settings) the notifications button... And then, on the far left, I can go to my "App
00:06:50
Launch". I can launch my OneNote from here or I
00:06:54
can just go to the tiles located horizontally, on the main page. And I'm
00:07:01
going to click on OneNote. Once I'm here, there's a purple button "+ New
00:07:08
Notebook". I can click on this button to create a new notebook but we're going to do
00:07:14
this with the OneNote 2016 version on my desktop, so I'm not going to click on that.
00:07:19
Under the "Recent", right here, I can see the recent activity... All the notebooks
00:07:24
that were open recently by Oliver Lodge... Under the "Pinned", his favorite notebook...
00:07:30
Under "My notebooks", all the notebooks he created himself; he's the author of these
00:07:36
notebooks. And then, under "Shared with me", 2 other users chose to share a notebook
00:07:43
with him; and then under "Discover", those are just suggestions... So I'm going to go
00:07:50
back to the pinned one and I'm going to launch that one notebook online: "trainer@teachoip".
00:07:55
The title will appear at the center, on top... Right there! And
00:08:02
also the author name again with the name of that notebook. I can also see the name
00:08:08
of the notebook, right here. This is your notebook list; If I click on it, I can see
00:08:14
"More Notebooks" suggestions, ones I've recently opened; I can see more notebooks
00:08:20
by clicking at the bottom which takes me to a page with others suggested
00:08:27
notebooks that do not appear there. So I'm going to close this tab back... I'm
00:08:34
going back to my notebook
00:08:40
So we saw we could see other notebooks from here, we can click back on the
00:08:47
notebook list. Here, you will see that the layout is different from the regular
00:07:08
Notebook". I can click on this button to create a new notebook but we're going to do
00:07:14
this with the OneNote 2016 version on my desktop, so I'm not going to click on that.
00:07:19
Under the "Recent", right here, I can see the recent activity... All the notebooks
00:07:24
that were open recently by Oliver Lodge... Under the "Pinned", his favorite notebook...
00:07:30
Under "My notebooks", all the notebooks he created himself; he's the author of these
00:07:36
notebooks. And then, under "Shared with me", 2 other users chose to share a notebook
00:07:43
with him; and then under "Discover", those are just suggestions... So I'm going to go
00:07:50
back to the pinned one and I'm going to launch that one notebook online: "trainer@teachoip".
00:07:55
The title will appear at the center, on top... Right there! And
00:08:02
also the author name again with the name of that notebook. I can also see the name
00:08:08
of the notebook, right here. This is your notebook list; If I click on it, I can see
00:08:14
"More Notebooks" suggestions, ones I've recently opened; I can see more notebooks
00:08:20
by clicking at the bottom which takes me to a page with others suggested
00:08:27
notebooks that do not appear there. So I'm going to close this tab back... I'm
00:08:34
going back to my notebook
00:08:40
So we saw we could see other notebooks from here, we can click back on the
00:08:47
notebook list. Here, you will see that the layout is different from the regular
00:08:52
interface we had on OneNote 2016, on our desktop; The only difference is the
00:08:58
sections are laid out vertically on the far left with the "+ Section" button
00:09:03
appearing at the bottom, here... And the "+ Pages" right next to it, with that
00:09:08
vertical pane, as well... And then the white area would be the page content.
00:09:15
So you have your ribbon appearing on the far right, as usual online all your
00:09:24
applications when you open them the account user name appears on the top
00:09:28
right: Oliver Lodge with the share button and
00:09:31
the notification button. So... if we were to look at this ribbon, automatically we are
00:09:38
on our "Home" tab. "Home" tab is where most of the used commands appear... So we have
00:09:46
our "Undo" / "Redo" button, the "Clipboard" the formatting group items up to here... With
00:09:51
different "Styles" offered for the "Heading" the "Title", "Citations" and so on... You got
00:09:57
your "Tags" button and your spell check and the "Dictation" button (which does not
00:10:01
exist on OneNote 2016)... The version online has it; And the latest Windows 10
00:10:08
version of OneNote has it, as well. So again, OneNote 2016 will no longer be
00:10:15
updated; Microsoft decided to come up with a new version that resembles the
00:10:19
one online. Except that I like both versions. And mainly... OneNote 2016, for me,
00:10:26
is more inclusive... But there are new features in the version online and
00:10:31
Windows 10 that I like; So, I chose to download both versions and pin them both
00:10:37
to my taskbar so that I can swap back and forth when needed. So, let's continue! If I
00:10:44
go to the file, I get to the backstage of OneNote and there, are four tabs: I can
00:10:49
print from here, I can share with other people by clicking on the "Share" button
00:10:54
here, online... And of course, you can still insert you know: tables, files,
00:10:59
pictures, links, even an "Audio" of your notes, ... symbols, if needed... Math equations,
00:11:06
emojis and your "Meeting Details", as well... with stickers. You can draw and here are
00:11:15
the tools to draw with... And we'll get back to those features on OneNote 2016.
00:11:21
So let me get back to the "Home" page... Let me start by selecting a new section in
00:11:28
this notebook. So, I'm just going to create a new one real fast, for the online version...
00:11:35
So "New 400" appeared right here and I see this color has been used already... So I'm
00:11:41
going to pick a new one... Uhm... Section color... Let's go with orange! All right. So "New 400" is
00:11:48
here. Let's say I wanted to be right under "Quick Notes"... So, it's now appearing
00:11:53
at the bottom... And automatically, when you create a new section, you will notice
00:11:56
there's a new "Untitled Page" that automatically appears. So, I'm going to press on that
00:12:01
"+ Page" and add more pages, if I want to... And then, I'm going to go here... And this page,
00:12:09
I'm just going to give it the title "Dictation" because this is the first
00:12:12
feature I want to use; I'm going to "Dictate" button on the far right. I'm
00:12:20
going to adjust the language to "English (US)". I'm going to click on that button and as
00:12:28
soon as I do that, the machine will start typing for me... "Anything I say, will appear
00:12:34
on this page... I'm trying to create a paragraph so that I can demonstrate the
00:12:40
next feature which is called the "Immersive Reader, period." And there you
00:12:48
have it. I have a whole text, I'm going to press here.
00:12:56
So, I deactivated the microphone. Now of course, I can use any of those features
00:13:03
right here for formatting; I could also change the font if I wanted to... I can use
00:13:10
the format painter and copy it over to another line if I wanted to... There, you
00:13:18
have it! And I can increase the indentation, I can
00:13:23
add spaces between lines, just like you would in Microsoft Word. I'm going to undo
00:13:29
this part and I can highlight all of that and clear the formatting instantly.
00:13:35
So now, we are going to see, as well... the other feature is under the "View" tab.
00:13:48
I'm going to the "Immersive Reader" and this is pretty amazing!
00:13:53
First of all you can adjust how the OneNote is going to read your text in
00:14:00
that page. You can adjust the voice speed.
00:14:06
You can choose a "Male" voice instead, if you prefer... And then, you can press "Play".
00:14:16
So you can't hear it because I'm doing this presentation online... I cannot share
00:14:20
both audios, unfortunately! Obviously, I picked the speed that was too fast... It is
00:14:25
a male voice that's reading aloud the words that were highlighted just before
00:14:29
you, at that level... So, I can go back and adjust it to being one and I can also
00:14:36
adjust the text, if I want to read at the same time... I want to put that text. Well,
00:14:46
this size, should do! And then, I can increase the spacing between the words, if I
00:14:50
wanted to... I can change the font from this to "Calibri" or "Sitka", again... And I
00:14:59
can change the "Themes"... The background is now yellow... It's offering me more colors
00:15:05
over here. So the "Grammar" options, it can highlight
00:15:13
the "Verbs" in a different color. So let's activate this portion... So now you can see
00:15:18
any verb is highlighted in red. Now I can go to the "Reading Preferences". I can
00:15:27
focus three lines at a time, if I wanted to... Or just one line at a time... And go
00:15:33
back to this one, if I want to see the whole paragraph... And I can instantly change and
00:15:40
translate this paragraph to Spanish. Let's say so... Oops! I went too fast.
00:15:47
Going back to "Spanish from Spain"... and I'm going to click on document,right here. So I
00:15:56
made those adjustments and now I can press the "Play" button.
00:16:00
"Haga clic en ese boton y tan pronto como..." Now, I don't speak Spanish too well.
00:16:08
But I'm trying to repeat what I just heard... What you couldn't hear! But this is
00:16:13
a fantastic way to improve language learning skills... Not only you can translate your text
00:16:19
instantly but then you can practice how you enunciate those words by selecting
00:16:25
the language of a native speaker... Even if it's a robot that's speaking, it's
00:16:31
actually very close to the real thing! So this is why I love this "Dictation" button
00:16:36
and the "Immersive Reader". So I'm going to go back. We're done with the online
00:16:42
version! The other thing I could show you here, (real fast) is wherever you're typing
00:16:49
manually... I can type over here... Or over here... I'm putting some gibberish items...
00:16:59
Basically, you notice I have now four modules that I can also resize, if I
00:17:05
wanted to... I can move them around like magnets on a fridge, so that's very
00:17:10
convenient! I've just copied one over (real fast) here... So I can move
00:17:15
them around anyway I want and each of those modules of course, I can highlight
00:17:21
and change the formatting, as I go along. So that's also very practical. You can
00:17:26
freely move your notes around the page!
00:17:30
So let me go back now to my "Taskbar"... This is to show you those are the two icons
00:17:37
I have; If I hover over this one: 'OneNote' is the latest version, the one you have
00:17:43
online; And then "OneNote 2016" is the older version but this is the one we're
00:17:50
going to work with because it has far more features, as well. So let me launch
00:17:56
OneNote 2016. Right away, you see that the ribbon is far larger on the upper right
00:18:05
side. You have the option of collapsing the ribbon if you want; You can also
00:18:10
hide that ribbon; You can bring it back by showing just the tabs or you can bring
00:18:17
it back the way it was (with the commands) and then, you can go to the file section.
00:18:23
That's the backstage to your OneNote. You see... You have far more tabs around here.
00:18:28
You can open a "New" notebook from here... "Open" existing ones... You can print... So
00:18:36
you can have a "Print Preview", as well. From here, you can "Share with People", you
00:18:40
can "Share with Meeting", "Move" notebooks and you can also export a "Page" of your
00:18:47
notebook, your "Section" or your "Notebook"; And you can also send an "Email Page" via
00:18:54
Outlook... "Send as Attachment"... "Send as PDF"... "Send to Word", straight to Word doc
00:19:01
with the contents of any page you filled in... Then you can also "Send to Blog". This
00:19:08
here, the "Account", is where you would do your "Office Updates". Now, be very careful!
00:19:14
The last update I did, took away my OneNote 2016 and left me with a new
00:19:20
version without warning me... But if you do go to the Microsoft Office Support page, you
00:19:24
can find the download for OneNote 2016 again and you will recover all the stuff
00:19:30
you had before. So I'm going back to the "Home" page.
00:19:34
You have your "Clipboard" section... your basic text formatting with the "Styles"... We
00:19:41
will see the "Tags" section and how to Email a page and the "Meeting Details".
00:19:49
Right now, as you see, this is still the same notebook I've opened...
00:19:53
It's called "trainer @teachoip". Remember, I had added a section called "New 400".
00:19:59
I added some pages. I called one: "Dictation". Those are the notes I just took online...
00:20:04
You can understand now that anything I do... If I were to
00:20:10
share this notebook with anyone, provided that I have saved it under my
00:20:17
Cloud space, under my OneDrive: my "personal" or my "business" OneDrive... Any
00:20:22
element I'm sharing with someone else, any modification I'm doing on the online
00:20:27
version, or on the desktop, is synchronized in real time. So you're not
00:20:33
going to lose any of your elements; Even if the internet stopped, this is the
00:20:38
only time where the elements are not synchronized. Don't worry! You just have
00:20:41
to wait for the Internet to get back and everything will get synchronized again
00:20:44
with the elements online. Ok. So now, we said we're going to create a "New
00:20:49
Notebook" together. Before I do that, I always like to show the top
00:20:54
section. Right over here, is your "Quick Access Toolbar"... Those are things I like
00:21:00
to put in, immediately: The "Undo"/"Redo"... The "Print"... The "Print Preview"...
00:21:08
My "FavoriteHighlighter 1"... And somewhere in here, there's a "Screen Clipping"... I can right-click
00:21:15
on any button I like... And I can add to "Quick Access Toolbar". And now, it's
00:21:21
appearing here. Why do I like this button? Well, this is my presentation... Let's say
00:21:27
I just want to highlight this portion here... I can put it on this page and look!
00:08:52
interface we had on OneNote 2016, on our desktop; The only difference is the
00:08:58
sections are laid out vertically on the far left with the "+ Section" button
00:09:03
appearing at the bottom, here... And the "+ Pages" right next to it, with that
00:09:08
vertical pane, as well... And then the white area would be the page content.
00:09:15
So you have your ribbon appearing on the far right, as usual online all your
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applications when you open them the account user name appears on the top
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right: Oliver Lodge with the share button and
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the notification button. So... if we were to look at this ribbon, automatically we are
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on our "Home" tab. "Home" tab is where most of the used commands appear... So we have
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our "Undo" / "Redo" button, the "Clipboard" the formatting group items up to here... With
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different "Styles" offered for the "Heading" the "Title", "Citations" and so on... You got
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your "Tags" button and your spell check and the "Dictation" button (which does not
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exist on OneNote 2016)... The version online has it; And the latest Windows 10
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version of OneNote has it, as well. So again, OneNote 2016 will no longer be
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updated; Microsoft decided to come up with a new version that resembles the
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one online. Except that I like both versions. And mainly... OneNote 2016, for me,
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is more inclusive... But there are new features in the version online and
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Windows 10 that I like; So, I chose to download both versions and pin them both
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to my taskbar so that I can swap back and forth when needed. So, let's continue! If I
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go to the file, I get to the backstage of OneNote and there, are four tabs: I can
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print from here, I can share with other people by clicking on the "Share" button
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here, online... And of course, you can still insert you know: tables, files,
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pictures, links, even an "Audio" of your notes, ... symbols, if needed... Math equations,
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emojis and your "Meeting Details", as well... with stickers. You can draw and here are
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the tools to draw with... And we'll get back to those features on OneNote 2016.
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So let me get back to the "Home" page... Let me start by selecting a new section in
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this notebook. So, I'm just going to create a new one real fast, for the online version...
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So "New 400" appeared right here and I see this color has been used already... So I'm
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going to pick a new one... Uhm... Section color... Let's go with orange! All right. So "New 400" is
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here. Let's say I wanted to be right under "Quick Notes"... So, it's now appearing
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at the bottom... And automatically, when you create a new section, you will notice
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there's a new "Untitled Page" that automatically appears. So, I'm going to press on that
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"+ Page" and add more pages, if I want to... And then, I'm going to go here... And this page,
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I'm just going to give it the title "Dictation" because this is the first
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feature I want to use; I'm going to "Dictate" button on the far right. I'm
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going to adjust the language to "English (US)". I'm going to click on that button and as
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soon as I do that, the machine will start typing for me... "Anything I say, will appear
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on this page... I'm trying to create a paragraph so that I can demonstrate the
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next feature which is called the "Immersive Reader, period." And there you
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have it. I have a whole text, I'm going to press here.
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So, I deactivated the microphone. Now of course, I can use any of those features
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right here for formatting; I could also change the font if I wanted to... I can use
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the format painter and copy it over to another line if I wanted to... There, you
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have it! And I can increase the indentation, I can
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add spaces between lines, just like you would in Microsoft Word. I'm going to undo
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this part and I can highlight all of that and clear the formatting instantly.
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So now, we are going to see, as well... the other feature is under the "View" tab.
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I'm going to the "Immersive Reader" and this is pretty amazing!
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First of all you can adjust how the OneNote is going to read your text in
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that page. You can adjust the voice speed.
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You can choose a "Male" voice instead, if you prefer... And then, you can press "Play".
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So you can't hear it because I'm doing this presentation online... I cannot share
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both audios, unfortunately! Obviously, I picked the speed that was too fast... It is
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a male voice that's reading aloud the words that were highlighted just before
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you, at that level... So, I can go back and adjust it to being one and I can also
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adjust the text, if I want to read at the same time... I want to put that text. Well,
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this size, should do! And then, I can increase the spacing between the words, if I
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wanted to... I can change the font from this to "Calibri" or "Sitka", again... And I
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can change the "Themes"... The background is now yellow... It's offering me more colors
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over here. So the "Grammar" options, it can highlight
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the "Verbs" in a different color. So let's activate this portion... So now you can see
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any verb is highlighted in red. Now I can go to the "Reading Preferences". I can
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focus three lines at a time, if I wanted to... Or just one line at a time... And go
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back to this one, if I want to see the whole paragraph... And I can instantly change and
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translate this paragraph to Spanish. Let's say so... Oops! I went too fast.
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Going back to "Spanish from Spain"... and I'm going to click on document,right here. So I
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made those adjustments and now I can press the "Play" button.
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"Haga clic en ese boton y tan pronto como..." Now, I don't speak Spanish too well.
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But I'm trying to repeat what I just heard... What you couldn't hear! But this is
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a fantastic way to improve language learning skills... Not only you can translate your text
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instantly but then you can practice how you enunciate those words by selecting
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the language of a native speaker... Even if it's a robot that's speaking, it's
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actually very close to the real thing! So this is why I love this "Dictation" button
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and the "Immersive Reader". So I'm going to go back. We're done with the online
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version! The other thing I could show you here, (real fast) is wherever you're typing
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manually... I can type over here... Or over here... I'm putting some gibberish items...
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Basically, you notice I have now four modules that I can also resize, if I
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wanted to... I can move them around like magnets on a fridge, so that's very
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convenient! I've just copied one over (real fast) here... So I can move
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them around anyway I want and each of those modules of course, I can highlight
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and change the formatting, as I go along. So that's also very practical. You can
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freely move your notes around the page!
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So let me go back now to my "Taskbar"... This is to show you those are the two icons
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I have; If I hover over this one: 'OneNote' is the latest version, the one you have
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online; And then "OneNote 2016" is the older version but this is the one we're
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going to work with because it has far more features, as well. So let me launch
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OneNote 2016. Right away, you see that the ribbon is far larger on the upper right
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side. You have the option of collapsing the ribbon if you want; You can also
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hide that ribbon; You can bring it back by showing just the tabs or you can bring
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it back the way it was (with the commands) and then, you can go to the file section.
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That's the backstage to your OneNote. You see... You have far more tabs around here.
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You can open a "New" notebook from here... "Open" existing ones... You can print... So
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you can have a "Print Preview", as well. From here, you can "Share with People", you
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can "Share with Meeting", "Move" notebooks and you can also export a "Page" of your
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notebook, your "Section" or your "Notebook"; And you can also send an "Email Page" via
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Outlook... "Send as Attachment"... "Send as PDF"... "Send to Word", straight to Word doc
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with the contents of any page you filled in... Then you can also "Send to Blog". This
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here, the "Account", is where you would do your "Office Updates". Now, be very careful!
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The last update I did, took away my OneNote 2016 and left me with a new
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version without warning me... But if you do go to the Microsoft Office Support page, you
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can find the download for OneNote 2016 again and you will recover all the stuff
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you had before. So I'm going back to the "Home" page.
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You have your "Clipboard" section... your basic text formatting with the "Styles"... We
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will see the "Tags" section and how to Email a page and the "Meeting Details".
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Right now, as you see, this is still the same notebook I've opened...
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It's called "trainer @teachoip". Remember, I had added a section called "New 400".
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I added some pages. I called one: "Dictation". Those are the notes I just took online...
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You can understand now that anything I do... If I were to
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share this notebook with anyone, provided that I have saved it under my
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Cloud space, under my OneDrive: my "personal" or my "business" OneDrive... Any
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element I'm sharing with someone else, any modification I'm doing on the online
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version, or on the desktop, is synchronized in real time. So you're not
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going to lose any of your elements; Even if the internet stopped, this is the
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only time where the elements are not synchronized. Don't worry! You just have
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to wait for the Internet to get back and everything will get synchronized again
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with the elements online. Ok. So now, we said we're going to create a "New
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Notebook" together. Before I do that, I always like to show the top
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section. Right over here, is your "Quick Access Toolbar"... Those are things I like
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to put in, immediately: The "Undo"/"Redo"... The "Print"... The "Print Preview"...
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My "FavoriteHighlighter 1"... And somewhere in here, there's a "Screen Clipping"... I can right-click
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on any button I like... And I can add to "Quick Access Toolbar". And now, it's
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appearing here. Why do I like this button? Well, this is my presentation... Let's say
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I just want to highlight this portion here... I can put it on this page and look!
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What's amazing about OneNote, it can search text within an image! So if I were
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to type "consistent interface" or even a whole sentence ...
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Do you notice that? Within a picture, I just did a screenshot of something on my
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PowerPoint and it recognizes the text instantly! "consistent interface" is now
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highlighted. So if I had that word or that sentence in any of my sections or
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other notebooks, it would be displayed under this vertical pane. The
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"Search" engine is fantastic! Now let's go ahead and create that fresh notebook.
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I'm now clicking on the drop-down menu, under this notebook called
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"traine@teachoip" and I can click right here to say add notebook. Wait... I
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forgot to let you know about the "Pin Notebook Pane to Side"... This way you can navigate
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between all your notebooks. If you need to work with all of them at the same
00:22:46
time. You can click on any of them and switch... But if you wish to have
00:22:52
full view again, you just click back on that pin... And instead, now I'm just going to click
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on "Add Notebook". It's going to take me to the "New" tab, instantly. I have the option
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of saving my notebook directly under my Cloud space which would be the ideal
00:21:33
What's amazing about OneNote, it can search text within an image! So if I were
00:21:37
to type "consistent interface" or even a whole sentence ...
00:21:52
Do you notice that? Within a picture, I just did a screenshot of something on my
00:21:59
PowerPoint and it recognizes the text instantly! "consistent interface" is now
00:22:05
highlighted. So if I had that word or that sentence in any of my sections or
00:22:12
other notebooks, it would be displayed under this vertical pane. The
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"Search" engine is fantastic! Now let's go ahead and create that fresh notebook.
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I'm now clicking on the drop-down menu, under this notebook called
00:22:30
"traine@teachoip" and I can click right here to say add notebook. Wait... I
00:22:38
forgot to let you know about the "Pin Notebook Pane to Side"... This way you can navigate
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between all your notebooks. If you need to work with all of them at the same
00:22:46
time. You can click on any of them and switch... But if you wish to have
00:22:52
full view again, you just click back on that pin... And instead, now I'm just going to click
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on "Add Notebook". It's going to take me to the "New" tab, instantly. I have the option
00:23:01
of saving my notebook directly under my Cloud space which would be the ideal
00:23:04
spot... If I want to actually have a
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full use of my OneNote application. But for this demonstration, I'm going to
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save it under my desktop which is the local area of my PC, meaning that I can
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only access that notebook with that same PC. And then, we'll see how to move that
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notebook from a local area to the Cloud space OneDrive. So let me call this one
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"Dina Family Notebook 101". I'm going to press "Create Notebook". So now... There you have it! The name
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of my notebook appears here; Automatically, I have a "New Section 1".
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I'm going to create 5 more... Maybe, 6 will
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do. I go to the first one and I will call it "Shopping List". The next one I'll
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call "Gardening". The idea is that I will be sharing a personal notebook with my
00:24:22
family members as an example. And then, "Vacation Ideas"... Countries: "Canada"... Pick another
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country... I wish to visit "Mexico" and a whole continent: "Europe". Okay. So why did I
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create those sections? Well, first of all, I can move the sections around
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by a "drag and drop", no problem. Now if I want to put more structure in my
00:25:00
organization, I should put all those "Vacation Ideas" with my countries. And here, I
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can go to the far right of Europe, for instance, right-click on Europe... Go to
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"New Section Group" and that new section group, I'll give it a name: "Summer Family Vacation".
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And then I can just take the section: "Vacation Ideas "... Drag and drop it
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underneath and go back. So vacation ideas... I select "Summer Family Vacation"... It goes
00:25:33
underneath that... "Canada" under that... "Mexico" and "Europe"... So now I have a
00:25:43
section which is called... Right here, underneath the title of "Dina Family Notebook"...
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"Summer Family Vacation". Underneath it, I got "Vacation Ideas",
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"Canada", "Mexico", "Europe". Each of those sections has an "Untitled Page". Okay. So I
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have organized my "Summer Family Vacation". I'm going to go back. Now let's work on that
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"Shopping List" section... I wish to add more pages
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to the "Shopping List", so let's add about 6... The first one, I'm going to call it... Well,
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"Birthday Shopping List". Here, I'm going to right-click on the next one
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and give it a name: "Cake Ideas"... And this one, I will rename it "Food"... "Beverages"...
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"Activities"... And the last one, "Budget". Now, just to put a structure as well under my
00:27:12
"Shopping List"... As you see, I have "Birthday Shopping List", "Cake Ideas", "Food", "Beverages",
00:27:17
"Activities"... Well, these 4 things should go under "Birthday Shopping List". So I
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can either go and highlight "Cake Ideas" and "Make a Subpage"... Or I can manually
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drag food to the right... So now I have the 4 items as a subgroup. And you will
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notice right here, I can expand or collapse my list... There
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you go! So this is one way to structure your pages. I'm going to go back under
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those... Under "Cake Ideas", I'm going to put "FLAVORS"... So "Chocolate"... "Vanilla"... "Strawberries"...
00:28:13
"Caramel". All right. So I put some flavors and now I'm going to the "Food" section
00:28:20
I'm going to make quickly a list for "Food"... "Pizza"...
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"Sandwiches"... "Popcorn"... "Popsicles"... I'm running out of ideas... So let me
00:28:40
move on to "Beverages", and here we go ... Over here, I'm going to type "Apple Juice"...
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"Orange Juice"... "Lemonade" and "Soda". For the "Activities", I'll pick 2 things. Well, a
00:29:01
"DJ" which I will let my son take care of... And then a "Clown" for my seven-year-old
00:29:10
daughter, let's say... So now that I have put in the items under each category, I
00:29:17
want to make a To-Do list. So I can either highlight the words and press the "To Do Tag"...
00:29:23
A check box automatically appears... I can remove this check box by going again
00:29:30
under the "Tags" group and then, at the very bottom, I'm going to make this a shortcut...
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Add to "Quick Access Toolbar". Here, on on the top-right corner, it appears. So I can remove this
00:29:45
tag and instead maybe customize it. The point here is to put a general "To Do Tag".
00:29:54
And then I can specify... These 2 for instance are my action
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tags. I'm going to customize a tag, so I'll know from this list which items I
00:30:08
am supposed to get. So let me go to the new tag, I'm going to type in a "#"...
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Let me make sure I did this right... "#" (hashtag")... Here we go...
00:30:23
"Dina"... "Actions"... ("# Dina Actions"), we'll call that one. And then here,
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I'll just change the "Tag" and put a "Star" instead... And make it "bright green" so I can
00:30:36
locate it faster! All right. There you go. Now these
00:30:41
2 items that I highlighted, I'm going to change them to be
00:30:45
exactly my data actions tag... So now I can do this for the "Beverages" or for the
00:30:53
"Activities"... Let's say I'm getting the "Clown"...
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"#Dina Actions"... There you go. Oops. Let me undo this.
00:31:02
Let's do first a regular "To Do Tag". And then, I will specify that the "Clown"...
00:31:08
I'm going to take care of him... And then, the beverages... Let's say I'm in charge of
00:31:15
the "Lemonade"... Oops. Again I keep forgetting the regular "To Do Tag" for everyone.
00:31:26
And for me, I'm going to add a special "Tag" to remember to get those items, myself.
00:31:33
There you go. So the whole idea here is to be able to do a quick "Find Tags" search.
00:31:43
All right. So before you... It took a few seconds for all my notebooks to
00:31:48
synchronize since I have 3 applications open: the one online, the
00:31:54
version that I have opened right now and the Windows 10. So "#Dina Actions" appear
00:32:01
on top again because I put the "hashtag" before my "name"... Now, it appears on the very
00:32:06
top of the list, up here! So it's showing "#Dina Actions" first... Then it's showing the
00:32:12
category "To Do" which is the other category for the rest of the members
00:32:16
of the family... All the other items that still need to be purchased by them.
00:32:21
Here, I could have filtered my "Search" with these different possibilities... And
00:32:28
if it doesn't work right away, you always have the "Refresh Results" button.
00:32:33
Remember, it's a matter of letting the notebook synchronize first.
00:32:37
And then, the convenient part is that I can "Create Summary Page". Now the
00:32:43
other cool thing is for each of those items, I could also add an "Outlook Tasks"... But I'm
00:32:51
going to put first... "Apple Juice"... I'm going to set that for "Tomorrow"...
00:33:03
The "Strawberries" for "This Week"... The "DJ" for "Next Week"... But I also have now the
00:33:16
possibility of opening these tasks in Outlook. So let's say, for the "DJ", I want
00:33:22
my husband or I'm sorry my son to take care of that... So "Subject:"... "DJ"... I can forward
00:33:31
this task or assign this task to my son... Let's say his name is "Philippe", just for
00:33:41
the purpose of this presentation... And I make sure it kicks in... Why isn't it
00:33:45
kicking in? He should be in the address-book... Hold on... So of course I'm using a "Demo"
00:33:53
name again... So, here we go. Well, It took a few seconds... All right. Now I can assign this
00:34:04
particular task to "Philippe Houyau"... I can see the status for this task and
00:34:11
follow the progress of this task... So I can include a due date, I can
00:34:18
also adjust the priority to "High Importance"... And then just send
00:34:24
that message to "Philippe Houyau". This is one way. The other way, I could have
00:34:32
taken this list of items and email it to myself... So now
00:34:42
when I click on that "Email Page" icon on the ribbon, up here...
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Okay. It took a few seconds... See, the list appears within the text
00:34:56
area of the email... And now, I could just send it to my personal email, for instance.
00:35:12
All right. So now: "#Dina Actions"... I send this list to myself. So this way when I get it,
00:35:20
I can start purchasing those items and I can check them off as I go along.
00:35:26
All right. Or I could have just simply downloaded the OneNote App on my phone
00:35:33
or my tablet, and then check off directly the items from there. That's another
00:35:38
way... I'm not going to send this. That was just to demonstrate... I'm going to close this.
00:35:44
Now back to the OneNote interface... You saw I can add "Outlook Tasks";
00:35:51
I can open them within the Outlook application itself. And now the other option, is
00:35:59
the "Meeting Details"... This is another thing we can add that actually has nothing to do with
00:36:04
the "Shopping List"... So let me open a "New Section"... "All the other
00:36:13
features"... Now I'm just going to show you... If I were using this professionally, I could
00:36:25
go to the "Meeting Details"... So I already programmed a meeting where I sent the
00:36:30
invite to my colleagues... I'm going to locate that invite... It was meant to be
00:36:39
for tomorrow and it's called "Business Travel Procedures". That's the one. I can
00:36:45
insert the details that I sent to them which was an email basically saying
00:36:54
"Hello everyone..." First I locate the email... So those are the email details...
00:37:00
Here, I have the list of the participants which basically shows the people I've
00:37:04
invited in my email... I have sent them 2 attachments and a
00:37:09
small text which is... "Our Meeting Objectives"... If I click here, I go straight
00:37:15
to that email invite... And I can see the details within that email... And there, you
00:37:24
go! You can see the people I've invited... (who appeared on the list of participants)... I can check
00:37:30
them off the day of the meeting and
00:37:36
basically, the text with a print screen. All right. So this is what's so cool
00:37:45
about the "Meeting Details"... It's actually something that you can locate in your
00:37:49
Outlook. Now, I'm going to show my Taskbar...
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Let's open it up!
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Okay so back to normal... I've launched my Outlook and this is the
00:38:09
"OneNote" button that I wanted to show you. I could click on this button from
00:38:14
Outlook and decide to add the details of an email message within OneNote. So here it says to "Pick a
00:38:20
section or a page in which to put the e-mail"... I could then go to my notebook,
00:38:29
"All the other features" and I can pick that section... And as you see, under my "All the
00:38:40
other features" section, it added the email message I selected from my Outlook inbox within my notebook,
00:38:48
under the section I wanted. So this is what you can do with Outlook, as well.
00:38:54
Let me go back to Outlook.
00:38:59
So I'm on the section "All the other features". I'm going to add
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another page. Let's put a few more... So now let's go to the "Sketching" part.
00:39:19
First, I can insert a file... So let me go ahead and insert a PowerPoint file...
00:39:29
Let's see... It would be under my "Demo Uploads"... Which one should I take?
00:39:37
"Snapshot Calendar..." is a word.doc... Well, let's start with the Word.doc first before
00:39:45
I go to the PowerPoint. What you have to understand is that OneNote is
00:39:56
integrated with the Office Suite and it works beautifully with Word, PowerPoint,
00:40:00
and Excel. You can also insert PDF or whatever web apps... So let me go and approve
00:40:11
this date... Press okay... So this is a calendar snapshot that I'm incorporating into my
00:40:21
OneNote... I should have closed the other apps, I
00:40:32
think I have too many things open... Okay. So, the snapshot appeared... You see...
00:40:37
The printout instantly came into to my OneNote... Let me close these
00:40:45
other panes right now. All right. So now if I want to start drawing on this
00:40:55
picture, let's say... As you can see, you have the "Lasso Select", the "Panning Hand", the "Eraser"...
00:41:02
And a choice of "Highlighters and Pens"... I can also change the color and
00:41:08
thickness by clicking here... Let me start with this "red pen"... Let's say
00:41:16
I want to mark some calendar dates with an "X"... Here, I can write "vacation"... I'm going
00:41:27
to handwrite which is not very easy to do with the mouse
00:41:31
(instead of a digital pen)... So let's do this and see if it will recognize the
00:41:37
word... Okay. Here it goes. You will notice on the ribbon,
00:41:47
on the far right, it will switch "Ink to Text"... And there you go. I'm going to press
00:41:54
"Escape" for a minute... The word "vacation" just appeared and it's amazing! I can
00:42:02
also go back to my handwritten note and if I asked the "Search" engine over here
00:42:08
to locate any word or "vacation" on all notebooks,
00:42:14
It will locate it... And it tells me right away... Well, the "Summer family Vacation"
00:42:20
tab has the word vacation in it... But it's also highlighting (right
00:42:25
here) the handwritten word "vacation". So the search field recognizes text
00:42:31
on images, handwritten text, as well. This is how powerful OneNote search engine is!
00:42:39
That's that as far as the "Sketching and Drawing" are concerned. Now if I want to use the
00:42:43
eraser I can quickly erase that way. Let's say I started scribbling over here, with
00:42:53
this "green pen"... All right. So I could do an "x" and a "y" here... Now I can use the insert
00:43:06
"Insert Space" to move objects... So I've moved the "X" without disturbing the space between
00:43:15
"vacation" and "X"... You could do that again.
00:43:26
So this is another possibility. And now, back to the "Insert" tab... Let me go to another
00:43:34
"Untitled Page"...
00:43:42
All Right. PowerPoint... So you can also insert the printout of a PowerPoint presentation.
00:43:52
Let me do this and see the difference. Let's pick "Currency symbols" and "Insert Printout".
00:44:13
So now there's the printout of all the slides in that PowerPoint. The other
00:44:21
thing you can do is the "Audio" portion. So I can go to my ribbon, I can "Record
00:44:30
Audio" or I can "Record Video". Of course you won't be able to hear back the
00:44:36
audio but let me demonstrate... So this is what the icon appears like... I can type
00:44:41
anything I want and then I can press "Stop"... Whatever I just said while I was typing...
00:44:49
I can see the playback and hear it so when I press...(Sorry, I have to select it)...
00:44:57
When I press "Play", I can hear myself... And anything that's highlighted in grey, it's
00:45:06
repeating what I've typed... So that sums up the audio portion. And now, I can also
00:45:15
go back to my "Insert" tab... I can also go to a browser, for instance.. Well, of course,
00:45:22
you can add pictures and so on... We've seen the "Screen Clipping" earlier... But I'm
00:45:28
going to go to my browser, go to a YouTube page and just select a video.
00:45:39
So YouTube... Let me type "OneNote"... Let's pick this one... I have to let the ad run first
00:45:57
I think... In the meantime, I'm selecting "Share"... Then "Copy" the link and then
00:46:08
I'm going back to my OneNote again to paste that link. Sorry, I'm having
00:46:14
trouble with my mouse... And so, I copy paste the link and I have the option to
00:46:22
play the video right from here, in that screen size... I won't be able to view it in full-size from here...
00:46:28
But if I choose to, I can just click on
00:46:33
the link to get back to the browser and watch the video on YouTube, itself.
00:46:40
That's for the audio and inserting a video within OneNote. Now if I wanted
00:23:04
spot... If I want to actually have a
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full use of my OneNote application. But for this demonstration, I'm going to
00:23:19
save it under my desktop which is the local area of my PC, meaning that I can
00:23:25
only access that notebook with that same PC. And then, we'll see how to move that
00:23:31
notebook from a local area to the Cloud space OneDrive. So let me call this one
00:23:40
"Dina Family Notebook 101". I'm going to press "Create Notebook". So now... There you have it! The name
00:23:53
of my notebook appears here; Automatically, I have a "New Section 1".
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I'm going to create 5 more... Maybe, 6 will
00:24:06
do. I go to the first one and I will call it "Shopping List". The next one I'll
00:24:15
call "Gardening". The idea is that I will be sharing a personal notebook with my
00:24:22
family members as an example. And then, "Vacation Ideas"... Countries: "Canada"... Pick another
00:24:38
country... I wish to visit "Mexico" and a whole continent: "Europe". Okay. So why did I
00:24:51
create those sections? Well, first of all, I can move the sections around
00:24:55
by a "drag and drop", no problem. Now if I want to put more structure in my
00:25:00
organization, I should put all those "Vacation Ideas" with my countries. And here, I
00:25:06
can go to the far right of Europe, for instance, right-click on Europe... Go to
00:25:12
"New Section Group" and that new section group, I'll give it a name: "Summer Family Vacation".
00:25:19
And then I can just take the section: "Vacation Ideas "... Drag and drop it
00:25:27
underneath and go back. So vacation ideas... I select "Summer Family Vacation"... It goes
00:25:33
underneath that... "Canada" under that... "Mexico" and "Europe"... So now I have a
00:25:43
section which is called... Right here, underneath the title of "Dina Family Notebook"...
00:25:48
"Summer Family Vacation". Underneath it, I got "Vacation Ideas",
00:25:53
"Canada", "Mexico", "Europe". Each of those sections has an "Untitled Page". Okay. So I
00:26:03
have organized my "Summer Family Vacation". I'm going to go back. Now let's work on that
00:26:10
"Shopping List" section... I wish to add more pages
00:26:14
to the "Shopping List", so let's add about 6... The first one, I'm going to call it... Well,
00:26:24
"Birthday Shopping List". Here, I'm going to right-click on the next one
00:26:32
and give it a name: "Cake Ideas"... And this one, I will rename it "Food"... "Beverages"...
00:26:56
"Activities"... And the last one, "Budget". Now, just to put a structure as well under my
00:27:12
"Shopping List"... As you see, I have "Birthday Shopping List", "Cake Ideas", "Food", "Beverages",
00:27:17
"Activities"... Well, these 4 things should go under "Birthday Shopping List". So I
00:27:23
can either go and highlight "Cake Ideas" and "Make a Subpage"... Or I can manually
00:27:30
drag food to the right... So now I have the 4 items as a subgroup. And you will
00:27:37
notice right here, I can expand or collapse my list... There
00:27:45
you go! So this is one way to structure your pages. I'm going to go back under
00:27:51
those... Under "Cake Ideas", I'm going to put "FLAVORS"... So "Chocolate"... "Vanilla"... "Strawberries"...
00:28:13
"Caramel". All right. So I put some flavors and now I'm going to the "Food" section
00:28:20
I'm going to make quickly a list for "Food"... "Pizza"...
00:28:24
"Sandwiches"... "Popcorn"... "Popsicles"... I'm running out of ideas... So let me
00:28:40
move on to "Beverages", and here we go ... Over here, I'm going to type "Apple Juice"...
00:28:48
"Orange Juice"... "Lemonade" and "Soda". For the "Activities", I'll pick 2 things. Well, a
00:29:01
"DJ" which I will let my son take care of... And then a "Clown" for my seven-year-old
00:29:10
daughter, let's say... So now that I have put in the items under each category, I
00:29:17
want to make a To-Do list. So I can either highlight the words and press the "To Do Tag"...
00:29:23
A check box automatically appears... I can remove this check box by going again
00:29:30
under the "Tags" group and then, at the very bottom, I'm going to make this a shortcut...
00:29:38
Add to "Quick Access Toolbar". Here, on on the top-right corner, it appears. So I can remove this
00:29:45
tag and instead maybe customize it. The point here is to put a general "To Do Tag".
00:29:54
And then I can specify... These 2 for instance are my action
00:30:03
tags. I'm going to customize a tag, so I'll know from this list which items I
00:30:08
am supposed to get. So let me go to the new tag, I'm going to type in a "#"...
00:30:16
Let me make sure I did this right... "#" (hashtag")... Here we go...
00:30:23
"Dina"... "Actions"... ("# Dina Actions"), we'll call that one. And then here,
00:30:29
I'll just change the "Tag" and put a "Star" instead... And make it "bright green" so I can
00:30:36
locate it faster! All right. There you go. Now these
00:30:41
2 items that I highlighted, I'm going to change them to be
00:30:45
exactly my data actions tag... So now I can do this for the "Beverages" or for the
00:30:53
"Activities"... Let's say I'm getting the "Clown"...
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"#Dina Actions"... There you go. Oops. Let me undo this.
00:31:02
Let's do first a regular "To Do Tag". And then, I will specify that the "Clown"...
00:31:08
I'm going to take care of him... And then, the beverages... Let's say I'm in charge of
00:31:15
the "Lemonade"... Oops. Again I keep forgetting the regular "To Do Tag" for everyone.
00:31:26
And for me, I'm going to add a special "Tag" to remember to get those items, myself.
00:31:33
There you go. So the whole idea here is to be able to do a quick "Find Tags" search.
00:31:43
All right. So before you... It took a few seconds for all my notebooks to
00:31:48
synchronize since I have 3 applications open: the one online, the
00:31:54
version that I have opened right now and the Windows 10. So "#Dina Actions" appear
00:32:01
on top again because I put the "hashtag" before my "name"... Now, it appears on the very
00:32:06
top of the list, up here! So it's showing "#Dina Actions" first... Then it's showing the
00:32:12
category "To Do" which is the other category for the rest of the members
00:32:16
of the family... All the other items that still need to be purchased by them.
00:32:21
Here, I could have filtered my "Search" with these different possibilities... And
00:32:28
if it doesn't work right away, you always have the "Refresh Results" button.
00:32:33
Remember, it's a matter of letting the notebook synchronize first.
00:32:37
And then, the convenient part is that I can "Create Summary Page". Now the
00:32:43
other cool thing is for each of those items, I could also add an "Outlook Tasks"... But I'm
00:32:51
going to put first... "Apple Juice"... I'm going to set that for "Tomorrow"...
00:33:03
The "Strawberries" for "This Week"... The "DJ" for "Next Week"... But I also have now the
00:33:16
possibility of opening these tasks in Outlook. So let's say, for the "DJ", I want
00:33:22
my husband or I'm sorry my son to take care of that... So "Subject:"... "DJ"... I can forward
00:33:31
this task or assign this task to my son... Let's say his name is "Philippe", just for
00:33:41
the purpose of this presentation... And I make sure it kicks in... Why isn't it
00:33:45
kicking in? He should be in the address-book... Hold on... So of course I'm using a "Demo"
00:33:53
name again... So, here we go. Well, It took a few seconds... All right. Now I can assign this
00:34:04
particular task to "Philippe Houyau"... I can see the status for this task and
00:34:11
follow the progress of this task... So I can include a due date, I can
00:34:18
also adjust the priority to "High Importance"... And then just send
00:34:24
that message to "Philippe Houyau". This is one way. The other way, I could have
00:34:32
taken this list of items and email it to myself... So now
00:34:42
when I click on that "Email Page" icon on the ribbon, up here...
00:34:49
Okay. It took a few seconds... See, the list appears within the text
00:34:56
area of the email... And now, I could just send it to my personal email, for instance.
00:35:12
All right. So now: "#Dina Actions"... I send this list to myself. So this way when I get it,
00:35:20
I can start purchasing those items and I can check them off as I go along.
00:35:26
All right. Or I could have just simply downloaded the OneNote App on my phone
00:35:33
or my tablet, and then check off directly the items from there. That's another
00:35:38
way... I'm not going to send this. That was just to demonstrate... I'm going to close this.
00:35:44
Now back to the OneNote interface... You saw I can add "Outlook Tasks";
00:35:51
I can open them within the Outlook application itself. And now the other option, is
00:35:59
the "Meeting Details"... This is another thing we can add that actually has nothing to do with
00:36:04
the "Shopping List"... So let me open a "New Section"... "All the other
00:36:13
features"... Now I'm just going to show you... If I were using this professionally, I could
00:36:25
go to the "Meeting Details"... So I already programmed a meeting where I sent the
00:36:30
invite to my colleagues... I'm going to locate that invite... It was meant to be
00:36:39
for tomorrow and it's called "Business Travel Procedures". That's the one. I can
00:36:45
insert the details that I sent to them which was an email basically saying
00:36:54
"Hello everyone..." First I locate the email... So those are the email details...
00:37:00
Here, I have the list of the participants which basically shows the people I've
00:37:04
invited in my email... I have sent them 2 attachments and a
00:37:09
small text which is... "Our Meeting Objectives"... If I click here, I go straight
00:37:15
to that email invite... And I can see the details within that email... And there, you
00:37:24
go! You can see the people I've invited... (who appeared on the list of participants)... I can check
00:37:30
them off the day of the meeting and
00:37:36
basically, the text with a print screen. All right. So this is what's so cool
00:37:45
about the "Meeting Details"... It's actually something that you can locate in your
00:37:49
Outlook. Now, I'm going to show my Taskbar...
00:37:54
Let's open it up!
00:38:01
Okay so back to normal... I've launched my Outlook and this is the
00:38:09
"OneNote" button that I wanted to show you. I could click on this button from
00:38:14
Outlook and decide to add the details of an email message within OneNote. So here it says to "Pick a
00:38:20
section or a page in which to put the e-mail"... I could then go to my notebook,
00:38:29
"All the other features" and I can pick that section... And as you see, under my "All the
00:38:40
other features" section, it added the email message I selected from my Outlook inbox within my notebook,
00:38:48
under the section I wanted. So this is what you can do with Outlook, as well.
00:38:54
Let me go back to Outlook.
00:38:59
So I'm on the section "All the other features". I'm going to add
00:39:04
another page. Let's put a few more... So now let's go to the "Sketching" part.
00:39:19
First, I can insert a file... So let me go ahead and insert a PowerPoint file...
00:39:29
Let's see... It would be under my "Demo Uploads"... Which one should I take?
00:39:37
"Snapshot Calendar..." is a word.doc... Well, let's start with the Word.doc first before
00:39:45
I go to the PowerPoint. What you have to understand is that OneNote is
00:39:56
integrated with the Office Suite and it works beautifully with Word, PowerPoint,
00:40:00
and Excel. You can also insert PDF or whatever web apps... So let me go and approve
00:40:11
this date... Press okay... So this is a calendar snapshot that I'm incorporating into my
00:40:21
OneNote... I should have closed the other apps, I
00:40:32
think I have too many things open... Okay. So, the snapshot appeared... You see...
00:40:37
The printout instantly came into to my OneNote... Let me close these
00:40:45
other panes right now. All right. So now if I want to start drawing on this
00:40:55
picture, let's say... As you can see, you have the "Lasso Select", the "Panning Hand", the "Eraser"...
00:41:02
And a choice of "Highlighters and Pens"... I can also change the color and
00:41:08
thickness by clicking here... Let me start with this "red pen"... Let's say
00:41:16
I want to mark some calendar dates with an "X"... Here, I can write "vacation"... I'm going
00:41:27
to handwrite which is not very easy to do with the mouse
00:41:31
(instead of a digital pen)... So let's do this and see if it will recognize the
00:41:37
word... Okay. Here it goes. You will notice on the ribbon,
00:41:47
on the far right, it will switch "Ink to Text"... And there you go. I'm going to press
00:41:54
"Escape" for a minute... The word "vacation" just appeared and it's amazing! I can
00:42:02
also go back to my handwritten note and if I asked the "Search" engine over here
00:42:08
to locate any word or "vacation" on all notebooks,
00:42:14
It will locate it... And it tells me right away... Well, the "Summer family Vacation"
00:42:20
tab has the word vacation in it... But it's also highlighting (right
00:42:25
here) the handwritten word "vacation". So the search field recognizes text
00:42:31
on images, handwritten text, as well. This is how powerful OneNote search engine is!
00:42:39
That's that as far as the "Sketching and Drawing" are concerned. Now if I want to use the
00:42:43
eraser I can quickly erase that way. Let's say I started scribbling over here, with
00:42:53
this "green pen"... All right. So I could do an "x" and a "y" here... Now I can use the insert
00:43:06
"Insert Space" to move objects... So I've moved the "X" without disturbing the space between
00:43:15
"vacation" and "X"... You could do that again.
00:43:26
So this is another possibility. And now, back to the "Insert" tab... Let me go to another
00:43:34
"Untitled Page"...
00:43:42
All Right. PowerPoint... So you can also insert the printout of a PowerPoint presentation.
00:43:52
Let me do this and see the difference. Let's pick "Currency symbols" and "Insert Printout".
00:44:13
So now there's the printout of all the slides in that PowerPoint. The other
00:44:21
thing you can do is the "Audio" portion. So I can go to my ribbon, I can "Record
00:44:30
Audio" or I can "Record Video". Of course you won't be able to hear back the
00:44:36
audio but let me demonstrate... So this is what the icon appears like... I can type
00:44:41
anything I want and then I can press "Stop"... Whatever I just said while I was typing...
00:44:49
I can see the playback and hear it so when I press...(Sorry, I have to select it)...
00:44:57
When I press "Play", I can hear myself... And anything that's highlighted in grey, it's
00:45:06
repeating what I've typed... So that sums up the audio portion. And now, I can also
00:45:15
go back to my "Insert" tab... I can also go to a browser, for instance.. Well, of course,
00:45:22
you can add pictures and so on... We've seen the "Screen Clipping" earlier... But I'm
00:45:28
going to go to my browser, go to a YouTube page and just select a video.
00:45:39
So YouTube... Let me type "OneNote"... Let's pick this one... I have to let the ad run first
00:45:57
I think... In the meantime, I'm selecting "Share"... Then "Copy" the link and then
00:46:08
I'm going back to my OneNote again to paste that link. Sorry, I'm having
00:46:14
trouble with my mouse... And so, I copy paste the link and I have the option to
00:46:22
play the video right from here, in that screen size... I won't be able to view it in full-size from here...
00:46:28
But if I choose to, I can just click on
00:46:33
the link to get back to the browser and watch the video on YouTube, itself.
00:46:40
That's for the audio and inserting a video within OneNote. Now if I wanted
00:46:45
to share this notebook with other people... I could press "Share with People" and I can
00:46:58
type in the name of any people I want... Well, I've done it earlier... So "Maxime Démo"... I am already sharing
00:47:05
with "Maxime Démo"... I am also sharing with "Oliver Lodge" and "Laurent Balardy" and as
00:47:09
you can see, "Maxime Démo" is an owner... "Oliver Lodge" is also an owner... And "Laurent Balardy"
00:47:17
can edit. So those are the permissions I granted. I can write a
00:47:23
personal message before sending the link to them... And over here, I can switch between
00:47:29
"Can Edit" and "Can View" before I actually give them the sharing option
00:47:37
So I can type in another email... Let's say "Lisa Elliot", for the demonstration... I'm
00:47:47
going to choose: Lisa "Can View"... Then press "Share".
00:47:54
And of course, the user is required to sign in before accessing document. That's
00:48:02
that. So when Lisa is available and when she accepts it her name will appear
00:48:08
right here, with her avatar. That's all regarding the "Sharing" demonstration.
00:48:18
Now, I'm going to go back to my PowerPoint.
00:48:29
So we saw how to create a notebook. We saw that it automatically saves and
00:48:38
syncs our notes as we work. We can type information anywhere and insert it from
00:48:44
other apps and web pages. We can take handwritten notes or draw our ideas. We
00:48:52
can use the highlighting and tags for easy follow-up. And we can share our
00:48:58
notebooks to collaborate with others on the same items. And if we do save our
00:49:04
notebooks under our Cloud space, which means under our personal OneDrive or our
00:49:09
business OneDrive, we can access those notebooks from any device: phone, tablets...
00:49:15
You got it. So taking notes in OneNote: You can take the notes the way you want.
00:49:21
You can type them write them convert handwritten notes to text and even
00:49:26
record audio notes. You can add pictures files and videos to your notes to create
00:49:32
interactive notebooks. You can also create as many pages and sections and
00:49:38
notebooks as you need. And you can format those notes to get them to look just the
00:49:47
way you want. And you can also apply a background color to your OneNote pages
00:49:54
to change their appearance and make your notes more visually appealing. So I'm
00:49:59
going to quickly backtrack and go on my OneNote... And here you go... Over here,
00:50:04
under "View", on the ribbon, I can choose to add "Grid" or maybe just the typical "Rule
00:50:14
Lines", smaller ones if I wanted... And right on the left of it, the color page. So of
00:50:24
course, those are extremely light... Let's see... Here you go. I applied the background
00:50:29
color. So there's a lot of things you can do with OneNote and this is why it's a
00:50:35
neat application! Let me backtrack again to my PowerPoint presentation. So I
00:50:45
can insert and format the table in OneNote to visually organize information.
00:50:50
Let me go back to my OneNote. This is the portion I left out... We can go to the
00:50:58
"Shopping List" again, under "Budget" and in here, I can insert a table just like in
00:51:05
Word or PowerPoint. I'm going to highlight 4 columns and pick 3 rows... Then I'm
00:51:12
going to expand the "Birthday Shopping List" to remember the items I had to purchase
00:51:17
for my budget. So "Cake, "Food", "Beverages",
00:51:23
"Activities"... Let's say, for the "Cake": I wanted to spend 85, the "Food": 150,
00:51:33
"Beverages": 80... And then, "Activities": 250... I ended up
00:51:45
spending only 50 for the "Cake", 125 for the "Food"... "Beverages": 100 and then for
00:51:57
the "Activities" I went all out: 350. Now because I inserted a table you will
00:52:04
notice I was on my "Home" page and it took me straight to the "Layout" tab, under "Table Tools"... And it's
00:52:14
offering to convert my table to an Excel
00:52:21
spreadsheet... So I'm going to click on that. It's now downloading the app: The
00:52:32
Excel spreadsheet into OneNote app... And if I go to edit and I right-click, here.
00:52:42
It has already launched the Excel spreadsheet; my data is included in
00:52:49
that spreadsheet... And now I have the option to go to "Insert" tab within Excel and
00:52:55
add a recommended chart, for instance... I'll just pick a basic one... And when I do
00:53:03
save that spreadsheet, it will actually be saved within OneNote. I'm going
00:53:13
to close this window. Let's give it a few seconds... This chart should appear in
00:53:21
my OneNote.
00:53:49
Well, everything is slow this evening. All right. So here it is. I'm closing that.
00:53:59
So now the chart has appeared within my OneNote. And if I do again a
00:54:05
right-click, my option here is to select what to display... And in there, I'm just
00:54:11
going to uncheck: "Display Everything", "Sheet1"... And select just "Chart1"... So the idea
00:54:18
here for my budget is that I want to see a pretty chart in my OneNote... And next year,
00:54:23
I'll know how to handle my budget better. That was the last part of the exercise.
00:54:30
I'm going back to my PowerPoint. So you can draw and sketch in OneNote to bring
00:54:44
your notes to life. You can insert shapes like a circle, triangle, or rectangle, or
00:54:50
even draw shapes with your finger, pen, or mouse, and OneNote will automatically
00:54:56
clean them up for you. You can share and stay organized in OneNote. It can help
00:55:04
you find notes no matter where they are. Whether you like a lot of structure, or
00:55:09
just a little, OneNote helps you organize your notebook exactly the way you want.
00:55:16
You can share and sync in OneNote. You can share a page or your entire notebook to
00:55:22
collaborate with others. You can use passwords to protect notebook sections
00:55:28
you want to keep private. You can set up your mobile apps. Use OneNote on iOS so
00:55:38
you can connect to and work with your notes no matter where you are. And with
00:55:43
OneNote on your Android phone or tablet, your notes can go wherever you go. From
00:55:50
any browser on any device, easily sign into OneNote for the web
00:55:54
so you always have access to your notes. And that'll be it for today. If you don't
00:56:02
have any questions for me I'm going to bid you a pleasant day but just beforehand...
00:56:09
Remember the rest of the study plan can take place on our MOOC platform... And
00:56:15
under your profile name, when you sign in you can see all the upcoming sessions...
00:56:23
And you can register to those if there's any other lessons you'd like to get into.
00:56:27
And you do have your dashboard and you can see the progress you've made with
00:56:33
every course, with every video tutorial you've been watching. Remember there's
00:56:37
always 4 sections: the "Learning paths", the "Courses", the "Tutorials" and the "Use
00:56:41
Case Scenarios"are based on business case scenarios or
00:56:47
real-life scenarios, if you will... Finally at the very bottom of your dashboard, you
00:56:56
have the history of all the courses you've consulted. Some are recommended
00:57:00
for you and you can also view the most recent ones. Thank you all for
00:57:10
participating to this online session. It's been a pleasure exchanging with you all!
00:57:14
Do enjoy our platform and get the most out of it. And most of all, I wish
00:57:19
you all a pleasant day!
00:46:45
to share this notebook with other people... I could press "Share with People" and I can
00:46:58
type in the name of any people I want... Well, I've done it earlier... So "Maxime Démo"... I am already sharing
00:47:05
with "Maxime Démo"... I am also sharing with "Oliver Lodge" and "Laurent Balardy" and as
00:47:09
you can see, "Maxime Démo" is an owner... "Oliver Lodge" is also an owner... And "Laurent Balardy"
00:47:17
can edit. So those are the permissions I granted. I can write a
00:47:23
personal message before sending the link to them... And over here, I can switch between
00:47:29
"Can Edit" and "Can View" before I actually give them the sharing option
00:47:37
So I can type in another email... Let's say "Lisa Elliot", for the demonstration... I'm
00:47:47
going to choose: Lisa "Can View"... Then press "Share".
00:47:54
And of course, the user is required to sign in before accessing document. That's
00:48:02
that. So when Lisa is available and when she accepts it her name will appear
00:48:08
right here, with her avatar. That's all regarding the "Sharing" demonstration.
00:48:18
Now, I'm going to go back to my PowerPoint.
00:48:29
So we saw how to create a notebook. We saw that it automatically saves and
00:48:38
syncs our notes as we work. We can type information anywhere and insert it from
00:48:44
other apps and web pages. We can take handwritten notes or draw our ideas. We
00:48:52
can use the highlighting and tags for easy follow-up. And we can share our
00:48:58
notebooks to collaborate with others on the same items. And if we do save our
00:49:04
notebooks under our Cloud space, which means under our personal OneDrive or our
00:49:09
business OneDrive, we can access those notebooks from any device: phone, tablets...
00:49:15
You got it. So taking notes in OneNote: You can take the notes the way you want.
00:49:21
You can type them write them convert handwritten notes to text and even
00:49:26
record audio notes. You can add pictures files and videos to your notes to create
00:49:32
interactive notebooks. You can also create as many pages and sections and
00:49:38
notebooks as you need. And you can format those notes to get them to look just the
00:49:47
way you want. And you can also apply a background color to your OneNote pages
00:49:54
to change their appearance and make your notes more visually appealing. So I'm
00:49:59
going to quickly backtrack and go on my OneNote... And here you go... Over here,
00:50:04
under "View", on the ribbon, I can choose to add "Grid" or maybe just the typical "Rule
00:50:14
Lines", smaller ones if I wanted... And right on the left of it, the color page. So of
00:50:24
course, those are extremely light... Let's see... Here you go. I applied the background
00:50:29
color. So there's a lot of things you can do with OneNote and this is why it's a
00:50:35
neat application! Let me backtrack again to my PowerPoint presentation. So I
00:50:45
can insert and format the table in OneNote to visually organize information.
00:50:50
Let me go back to my OneNote. This is the portion I left out... We can go to the
00:50:58
"Shopping List" again, under "Budget" and in here, I can insert a table just like in
00:51:05
Word or PowerPoint. I'm going to highlight 4 columns and pick 3 rows... Then I'm
00:51:12
going to expand the "Birthday Shopping List" to remember the items I had to purchase
00:51:17
for my budget. So "Cake, "Food", "Beverages",
00:51:23
"Activities"... Let's say, for the "Cake": I wanted to spend 85, the "Food": 150,
00:51:33
"Beverages": 80... And then, "Activities": 250... I ended up
00:51:45
spending only 50 for the "Cake", 125 for the "Food"... "Beverages": 100 and then for
00:51:57
the "Activities" I went all out: 350. Now because I inserted a table you will
00:52:04
notice I was on my "Home" page and it took me straight to the "Layout" tab, under "Table Tools"... And it's
00:52:14
offering to convert my table to an Excel
00:52:21
spreadsheet... So I'm going to click on that. It's now downloading the app: The
00:52:32
Excel spreadsheet into OneNote app... And if I go to edit and I right-click, here.
00:52:42
It has already launched the Excel spreadsheet; my data is included in
00:52:49
that spreadsheet... And now I have the option to go to "Insert" tab within Excel and
00:52:55
add a recommended chart, for instance... I'll just pick a basic one... And when I do
00:53:03
save that spreadsheet, it will actually be saved within OneNote. I'm going
00:53:13
to close this window. Let's give it a few seconds... This chart should appear in
00:53:21
my OneNote.
00:53:49
Well, everything is slow this evening. All right. So here it is. I'm closing that.
00:53:59
So now the chart has appeared within my OneNote. And if I do again a
00:54:05
right-click, my option here is to select what to display... And in there, I'm just
00:54:11
going to uncheck: "Display Everything", "Sheet1"... And select just "Chart1"... So the idea
00:54:18
here for my budget is that I want to see a pretty chart in my OneNote... And next year,
00:54:23
I'll know how to handle my budget better. That was the last part of the exercise.
00:54:30
I'm going back to my PowerPoint. So you can draw and sketch in OneNote to bring
00:54:44
your notes to life. You can insert shapes like a circle, triangle, or rectangle, or
00:54:50
even draw shapes with your finger, pen, or mouse, and OneNote will automatically
00:54:56
clean them up for you. You can share and stay organized in OneNote. It can help
00:55:04
you find notes no matter where they are. Whether you like a lot of structure, or
00:55:09
just a little, OneNote helps you organize your notebook exactly the way you want.
00:55:16
You can share and sync in OneNote. You can share a page or your entire notebook to
00:55:22
collaborate with others. You can use passwords to protect notebook sections
00:55:28
you want to keep private. You can set up your mobile apps. Use OneNote on iOS so
00:55:38
you can connect to and work with your notes no matter where you are. And with
00:55:43
OneNote on your Android phone or tablet, your notes can go wherever you go. From
00:55:50
any browser on any device, easily sign into OneNote for the web
00:55:54
so you always have access to your notes. And that'll be it for today. If you don't
00:56:02
have any questions for me I'm going to bid you a pleasant day but just beforehand...
00:56:09
Remember the rest of the study plan can take place on our MOOC platform... And
00:56:15
under your profile name, when you sign in you can see all the upcoming sessions...
00:56:23
And you can register to those if there's any other lessons you'd like to get into.
00:56:27
And you do have your dashboard and you can see the progress you've made with
00:56:33
every course, with every video tutorial you've been watching. Remember there's
00:56:37
always 4 sections: the "Learning paths", the "Courses", the "Tutorials" and the "Use
00:56:41
Case Scenarios"are based on business case scenarios or
00:56:47
real-life scenarios, if you will... Finally at the very bottom of your dashboard, you
00:56:56
have the history of all the courses you've consulted. Some are recommended
00:57:00
for you and you can also view the most recent ones. Thank you all for
00:57:10
participating to this online session. It's been a pleasure exchanging with you all!
00:57:14
Do enjoy our platform and get the most out of it. And most of all, I wish
00:57:19
you all a pleasant day!

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