Publication - About this section With Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 you can use a variety of note-taking strategies to make your class notes more

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About this section 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. demand (individual, market) law of demand demand curve excess demand supply Summarize your notes You can summarize your notes using Tags. Set Tags on Important points Examples Potential test questions Ideas that need clarification 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
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course ENGLISH 5000 taught by Professor M during the Spring '10 term at Armstrong State University.

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Publication - About this section With Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 you can use a variety of note-taking strategies to make your class notes more

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