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Take and share lecture notes Summarize notes for studying Collect research for class assignments Keep a to-do list Organize information from different courses and clubs Ideas for using this notebook To move pages from one section or notebook to another, select the information and drag and drop it into the new location. Need to take a quick note ? Press the Windows Logo Key + N to bring up a new side note window where you can take notes like you do on a sticky note. These notes are stored in your Unfiled Notes section, and you can drag and drop them to the appropriate section. This section is just to get you started. Right-click the Start here section tab and click Delete to remove this section at any time. Tips Use this notebook to organize your school work and activities Start here Page 1
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Examples of what to put in this section You can use this section to keep track of things you need to do. For example you could easily create a table with all of your to-do items. Work item To do Due date Math problem set Ask instructor to explain question 3 Feb 13 Chemistry lab write up Write lab Feb 24 Math midterm Review chapter 1 by Tuesday Review chapter 2 by Friday Feb 25 Use Tags to track the status of current work items. To do this, on the Insert menu, click Tag or press CTRL+1 to select the checkbox tag. Create Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 tasks from action items in your notes. To do this, select the text you want to mark as a task. On the Insert menu, click Outlook Task . This creates a new task in Outlook 2007 with a link back to your notes. If your to-do list becomes large, create a page for each task and use the page list to organize your tasks. Tips About this section To do Page 2
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With Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 you can use a variety of note-taking strategies to make your class notes more effective. The following suggestions show some features you can use to make your notes more dynamic. Note: To create this two column layout, we used a table and hid the gridlines (on the Table menu, click to deselect Show Borders ). Outline lectures Use the TAB key with bullets and numbers to create lecture outlines like the one below. Use CTRL+. to apply a bullet. Use CTRL+/ to apply a number. law of demand demand curve excess demand demand (individual, market) supply Summarize your notes You can summarize your notes using Tags. Important points Examples Potential test questions Ideas that need clarification Set Tags on To insert a Tag, on the Insert menu, click Tag. Then, to recall those items with a single command, on the View menu, click All Tagged Notes. Create tables Use the TAB key in the middle of a line to create tables on the fly. For more details on creating tables see the OneNote Guide.
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