Smart and effective notes using OneNote 2010

Learn how to effectively use Microsoft OneNote 2010 to take notes, do research and share notes with others
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  • Lectures 8
  • Length 1 hour
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 5/2013 English

Course Description

Do you want to learn how to take really effective meeting notes? Do you want to learn from an expert how to use a digital notebook like Microsoft OneNote to structure your notes, ideas and research? If so, this is the course for you!

In this course you will learn how to take more effective meeting minutes by using symbols and abbreviations. You will learn how to use a digital notebook to better organize your notes, ideas and research.

Instead of learning how to use Microsoft OneNote 2010 feature by feature, you will see how Microsoft OneNote 2010 can be used in real life business scenarios to keep a team up to date on the latest project ideas, to prepare and conduct professional job interviews and how to take effective meeting minutes.

What are the requirements?

  • There are no course requirements, however viewers who have Microsoft OneNote 2010 will benefit the most.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • By the end of this course you will know how to take smart notes using symbols and abbreviations.
  • You will know how to effectively use Microsoft OneNote 2010 to:
  • Organize your notes, ideas and research to get a good overview of your information
  • Easily find notes and items that need follow up
  • Save time by converting handwriting into text
  • Keep everyone in your team up to date using a shared notebook
  • Prepare and conduct professional interviews

Who is the target audience?

  • This course is intended for business professionals who want to learn how to improve their note-taking skills and increase productivity using a digital notebook.

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

Learn on the go.
Desktop, iOS and Android.

Get rewarded.
Certificate of completion.


Section 1: Introduction

In this welcome lecture you'll get an overview of what you will learn and how the course is structured.

Section 2: Getting started with a digital notebook

In this first lecture I’ll show you how you can overcome the challenges with a paper notebook by using a digital notebook. I’ll show you how to structure your notes in Microsoft OneNote 2010 and how you can use the built in tools to easily find what you are looking for. 


In this lecture I will show you how you can use Microsoft OneNote when you are doing online research. With Microsoft OneNote 2010 you can easily organize and keep track of research from various sources such as web sites, documents and seminars. 

Section 3: Sharing a notebook as a team
In this lecture I will show you how you can share a notebook as a team to keep everyone up to date.
Section 4: Effective meeting minutes

Good meeting minutes is a huge contributor to effective meetings. In this lecture I’ll give you 6 recommendations for how to take more effective meeting notes.


In this lecture I’ll show you how you can take effective meeting minutes using Microsoft OneNote. I’ll show you how you can import meeting information from Outlook, how you can keep track of action items, and finally how you can easily share your meeting notes with the other meeting participants.

Section 5: Taking notes during interviews

In this lecture I will show you how I use OneNote to prepare and conduct professional job interviews. I will show you how to import candidate information into Microsoft OneNote, how to structure questionnaires and how to summarize candidate feedback.

Section 6: Closing

Closing remarks.

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