Microsoft's OneNote provides a handy way to gather and organize project-related material. Its notebook-like interface allows you to capture text, whether entered using a keyboard or stylus, and provides an uncomplicated way to pull in audio, video and images for polishing later in other applications such as those included in Microsoft Office.
To quickly learn the basics of working with text, images, audio and video content in OneNote 2007, check out CustomGuide's reference guide.
It covers the basics of working with the program, such as:
Click the links below to see more guides from CustomGuide that help you master the fundamentals of Microsoft offerings.
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