The quick way to learn Microsoft OneNote!
This is learning made easy. Get productive fast with OneNote and jump in wherever you need answers. Brisk lessons and colorful screenshots show you exactly what to do, step by step—and practice files help you build your skills.
- Access local and online OneNote notebooks from any device
- Create notes that include handwriting, drawings, screen clips, audio clips, video clips, and structured equations
- Revise, reorganize, flag, format, search, and share your notes
- Customize OneNote for the way you like to work
- Get more done by integrating OneNote with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
- Share notes by using email, Microsoft OneDrive, and SharePoint
- Look up just the tasks and lessons you need
About the author
Curtis Frye is the author of more than 30 books, including Microsoft Excel 2016 Step by Step for Microsoft Press and Brilliant Excel VBA Programming for Pearson, UK. He has also created and recorded more than three dozen courses for lynda.com, including Tableau 9 Essential Training and Up and Running with Public Data Sets. In addition to his work as a writer, Curt is a popular conference speaker and performer, both as a solo presenter and as part of the Portland, Oregon ComedySportz improvisational comedy troupe. He lives in Portland with his wife and three cats.
Creating a book is a team effort. And yes, I say “creating” rather than “writing.” Microsoft OneNote Step by Step, as with all other books from Microsoft Press, required a team of professionals to shape raw materials provided by the author into a finished product that readers can rely on. First, thanks to Carol Dillingham for inviting me to be part of this team, and to Rosemary Caperton who brought me back for Microsoft Excel 2016 Step by Step. The team at OTSI included Kathy Krause, project editor and copy editor; Jeanne Craver, graphic artist; Susie Carr and Joan Lambert, desktop publishers and indexers; and Jaime Odell, proofreader.
I’ve left our technical reviewer, Ed Price, for last. Ed brought years of experience with OneNote to the project and, through his notes on my original text and his own contributions, helped transform this book into a resource that will benefit readers for years to come. I value his perspective and insights. His contributions, as with those of the other team members, might be invisible within the finished work, but they are there and I am grateful.