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How to Email Content to OneNote

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How to Email Content to OneNote

The Email to OneNote feature is a great way to save online purchase receipts, trip confirmations/itineraries, documents, correspondence, or to do items to OneNote directly from your email program. Simply send an email to me@onenote.com and the content will be saved in the Notebook and Section that you specified during setup. You can change these defaults at any time from the Settings page at: https://www.onenote.com/EmailSettings. In order to use the feature, you will first need to set it up from the Settings page. To Setup Email to OneNote: Logon to email settings page at: https://www.onenote.com/EmailSettings Enter your Microsoft credentials when...

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Inserting Online Video into OneNote

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Inserting Online Video into OneNote

OneNote now has the ability to embed inline videos directly into your notes. This comes in especially handy for instructional notes that you might want to share with others. As of this time, OneNote supports the following online video services: Dailymotion Office Mix Sway Vimeo Vine YouTube In order to add online videos, you will need to know the URL (the link) of the video. To Insert Online Video into a Note Copy the video link from the video source. Set the insertion point at the location in a note where you wish to insert the recording. Click the Insert...

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How to clip Web pages into OneNote

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How to clip Web pages into OneNote

Microsoft offers an add-in browser bookmarklet called the OneNote Clipper which allows you to quickly capture content from any webpage to OneNote. You can save recipes, articles, images or entire webpages with a couple of clicks or taps. The OneNote Clipper does not automatically come with OneNote. It is an add-on that you will need to download and install, which you can do from OneNote’s website: www.onenote.com/clipper. You also need a Microsoft Account in order to use the OneNote Clipper tool. When you activate the Clipper, a small pop-up dialog displays. From here, you can choose the type of content...

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How to convert your OneNote handwritten notes to text

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How to convert your OneNote handwritten notes to text

Using the Ink technologies in OneNote, you can handwrite your notes using a stylus, your finger or your mouse (though this does require a certain adeptness with the mouse). This ability comes in especially handy if you are using OneNote on a tablet, a pen device such those put out by the Wacom company, or a touch-screen computer. If you prefer handwriting instead of typing, then this feature is definitely for you. You can find the Handwriting tool on the Draw tab of the Ribbon. Later on, you can convert your handwritten notes to text. OneNote is fairly good at...

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OneNote 2016: Up to Speed book is now available

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OneNote 2016:  Up to Speed book is now available

For those of you looking to learn Microsoft OneNote or brush up on your OneNote skills, I’m pleased to announce that OneNote 2016: Up to Speed has just been released as an ebook to Amazon, iTunes Books and Kobo. This is the latest addition to our “Up to Speed” series of computer guides, designed to help you to be more productive faster. Hope you enjoy it!

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