A few tips for Microsoft OneNote 2010
Microsoft OneNote 2010 is a great application with great note taking capabilities built in it. Earlier, we had written about a few tips for the users of Microsoft OneNote 2010. If you’ve missed that, you can read it here. Here we have few more tips for you. These tips will help you use Microsoft OneNote 2010 effectively.
Saving your notes in different formats
Did you know that you could save your notes in different formats? When you need to share these notes with others who do not have or use Microsoft OneNote 2010, you might want to save your notes in different formats just to make you sharing process a little easy. You can save your Microsoft OneNote 2010 notes in various formats like ‘.docx’, ’.pdf’, ’.xps’, and ‘.doc’ formats. Â Here’s how you can do it. Click on ‘save as’ under the file menu and then choose to save the ‘Page’ in the formats displayed to you there. As simple as that!
Simple Math calculations made easy
Yes, apart from just using this application for taking down your notes, you could also use this application to solve simple Math problems. Microsoft OneNote 2010 has the ability to solve mathematical problems like addition, division, multiplication, subtraction, and many more operations. If you enter the values of the simple equation with an ‘=’ sign, you would get the solution for the equation, much like Microsoft Excel 2010. Microsoft OneNote 2010 can also calculate SIN, COS, and logarithms and many more problems. Doesn’t this make things easy for you? Star using Microsoft OneNote 2010 to calculate mathematical problems in your notes now!
Sharing your notes
Did you know that SkyDrive is integrated with Microsoft OneNote 2010? This means you could share your notes with anyone with the help of SkyDrive. This is an important feature when you’re collaborating with your team members to finish a project and all the notes can be shared with the help of SkyDrive. Let’s see how it’s done. Open Microsoft OneNote 2010 and open the notes that you want to share with people. Click the ‘File’ tab on the Ribbon and then click ‘Share’ under that menu. Once you click that, you would be displayed option ‘Web’ and then choose who gets to see the shared documents or notes. That’s all!
So these are today’s tips for Microsoft OneNote 2010. Stay tuned for more tips and tricks about Microsoft OneNote 2010.
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