OneNote Training links

Recently I got a question from a customer who wanted to get some training on OneNote 2007. I looked around and got the following information from the OneNote Test team and I can't agree more with their recommendations. First, I would recommend spending 30 minutes reading the OneNote Guide (that Olya worked so hard on and did an excellent job); the guide gives you all the information that you need right within OneNote. Also, please check out Office Online which is continually updated with new and improved content.


  • Read the OneNote 2007 Guide notebook: Since "doing" is sometimes the best form of learning, our #1 recommendation is to boot OneNote and read the "OneNote 2007 Guide" notebook. You already have it in your list of notebooks but you may not have even noticed it. Everyone gets this by default and it has been hand crafted by the team to let you know what OneNote is, why you might want to use OneNote, and then chock full of interactive scenarios and features. We promise you that if you go through the OneNote guide completely, you'll be a pro.


  • External OfficeOnline Videos and Help/How-To articles (see below)


Video Demos

Help & How-To Articles


Templates & Community Links



And of course if you want to fly me somewhere exotic I will be more than happy to help you with OneNote! Just kidding but in all seriousness if you need anything please just leave a comment or send me an email.

Comments (7)

  1. Do you use One Note? Getting the most out of it? Dan Escapa has put together a good comprehensive list

  2. oqg says:

    Now thats what I call a complete resource!

  3. Thanks for this.  I’ve been recommending this page to my clients as a great starting point.

    Since I’ve been doing so, I feel I can post a shameless plug: if anyone is interested in face to face or web-based live training, whether for Tablet PC based OneNote or not, my organization can help:

    Thakns again for your thoughtful post, Daniel!

  4. Dale Singh says:

    excellent resource for someone like me who is starting to use this tool for day to day use.,

  5. raj says:

    I like what you’ve done here but I’m not happy with onenote. I’m a student and I tried taking notes using onenote. It wasn’t as useful as the traditional paper notes! I think if I have a tablet then onenote is probably helpful. If you have ok typing speed like me (~40 wpm), taking notes when a professor is explaining is difficult!

  6. Chris says:

    I am a new user and cannot find a good source for basic/simple questions like how to add "to do"items in my list

  7. Carole says:

    I am trying to find out an anwer to the following question?

    OneNote saves automatically correct? If yes how do you secure a notebook so as to not delete info while sharing?  

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