Inserting Camera Photos in OneNote

Using the OneNote application on Windows, Mac and mobile devices provides the option to capture images with the built in camera. Most computers and mobile devices include a camera or a webcam. This camera can be used to take pictures and include them in notes. The process is slightly different depending on the device so we will review the process on different devices.

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Organizing Pages in OneNote

Notebooks and sections can easily add up with pages filled with notes. These pages can be organized into a hierarchical structure for easy reference. We can indent pages below other pages. Pages can also be moved up or down. Indenting Pages Over time we will be creating several pages in notebooks and sections. On of the ways we can organize these pages is by indenting them below other pages. Right click on a page and […]

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Organizing Sections with Section Groups in OneNote

The number of sections created might get out of control as teachers and students work with OneNote for extended periods of time on a variety of topics, content, and subjects. Each section contains several pages and sections can be created to organize pages of notes, information, research, and projects. Section Groups can be created in OneNote to group several sections for easy reference and to keep the number of section tabs manageable. Section groups can […]

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Ordering Sections in OneNote

Moving and grouping sections is a valuable option when keeping notebooks organized in OneNote. Sections can be moved in all applications on various devices. The option to group sections is only available on the applications for Mac computers and Windows. In this lesson we will look at organizing sections by moving them around in our application on various devices.

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Organizing Sections With Color in OneNote

Organizational Skills is one of those challenges I often face with my students and myself. OneNote provides a variety of visual tools to help organize content. Sections can be color coded to help students visually recognize content and quickly access their assignments and notes. The key with organizing content with traits like color is on deciding what colors represent.

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Lines and Grids in OneNote

Ruled lines give notes the traditional notebook look and can be helpful when taking notes with a stylus on tablet devices like the Surface, iPad, or Android devices. Grid lines can be used to position items on pages. They can also be used in designs, drawings, and graphing math problems. Ruled lines might be the most effective when working on a tablet with a stylus. Using ruled lines on documents with text boxes does not […]

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Page Color in OneNote

OneNote 2016 for desktops provides an option to change the page color. The option to add color to pages is also available on Android and iOS devices. Changing the page color can be used to personalize the look of pages and it can also be used to enhance the readability of text. The option to change page color is not available on all devices and services for OneNote.1OneNote Page Styles For Office 2016 on WindowsOpen […]

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Inserting Camera Photos in OneNote

Using the OneNote application on Windows, Mac and mobile devices provides the option to capture images with the built in camera. Most computers and mobile devices include a camera or a webcam. This camera can be used to take pictures and include them in notes. The process is slightly different depending on the device so we will review the process on different devices. Taking Photos With OneNote Mobile for Windows 10 Select a class notebook […]

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Inserting Images in OneNote

Pictures can be inserted into notebook pages. These images can be inserted from a device or from the Internet. In this first lesson we will be using the desktop version of OneNote to insert an image.

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Simple Math Operations With OneNote

OneNote has the ability to perform some basic math operations within a text box. To add two numbers we type 3+4=. To get the answer press the space bar after the equal sign. The simple rule to solving problems is to keep the operation together and not use spaces except for after the equal sign. Here are some examples of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. To multiply numbers use the asterisk between numbers. For example, […]

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