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Webinar: Back to school with OneNote

Going to college this fall? Start off on the right foot with OneNote—the app for digital note taking, which works on any device. In this webinar, we’ll teach students how to get up and running on OneNote. Plus, we’ll show existing OneNote users some little known tips and tricks for taking notes fast.

Need a sneak peak? Here a 30-second trailer for posting on social media sites.

What you will learn

  • How to download and install OneNote on PCs, Mac, iPhone, Android, iPad and more
  • The basic building blocks of OneNote: notebooks, sections (a.k.a. tabs), and pages
  • How to customize and organize OneNote to suit your needs
  • Tips and tricks for taking notes fast.

References for this webinar

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—Dave Ludwig

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