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Microsoft OneNote comes equipped with a calculation system to easily calculate numbers and basic mathematical functions. To Calculate a...
Article Id: 18233
Category: Basic Features & How To's

By default, OneNote will store two backup copies of your notes: the most recent copy and the second-to-last copy. If desired, you can choose to store more or fewer backup copies. To Change Number and...
Article Id: 18235
Category: Basic Features & How To's

If a password for a section has been compromised, or if the user chooses to modify passwords periodically for extra security, the passwords can easily be changed at any time. To Change the Password of a...
Article Id: 18243
Category: Basic Features & How To's

To Change the Storage Location of Notes You Send from Outlook to OneNote: 1. Go to ...
Article Id: 18244
Category: Basic Features & How To's

To Change the Storage Location of Notes You Send from Outlook to OneNote: 1. Go to ...
Article Id: 18234
Category: Basic Features & How To's

To Create a Bulleted List: 1. Go to the Home tab and select...
Article Id: 18245
Category: Basic Features & How To's

In Microsoft OneNote 2013, the Work Notebook is divided into sections, and each section has separate pages within it. To Create a New Page within the...
Article Id: 18246
Category: Basic Features & How To's

By adding a new section in Microsoft OneNote 2013, users can organize large amounts of information into a specific related section. Adding a New...
Article Id: 18258
Category: Basic Features & How To's

By adding subpages in Microsoft OneNote 2013, users can create groups of related information under a specific page that is easily found and accessible. To Add a New...
Article Id: 18263
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Create a Table of Contents: 1. Create or open the notebook section for which you want to create a table of contents.
Article Id: 18264
Category: Basic Features & How To's