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Microsoft OneNote Training for Your Team

Microsoft OneNote is your virtual notebook.  Just like a paper notebook, it is defined by sections containing pages that store your notes. Notebook pages may include handwritten notes, text, tables, webpages, screen clippings, emails, hyperlinks, video or audio files, etc.  This application is perfect for keeping project or subject matter notes collected and accessible from a single virtual location so you can share your notebook with others, access it from any device and password protect any section from prying eyes.

Courses in GTA and Barrie

All courses may be delivered onsite in your company’s meeting room or other common area, and we always work to your schedule. Our mobile lab is equipped to provide a laptop, mouse, and mouse pad for up to ten participants. Printed training materials and email support (after the training) is included.

Training is also available for OneNote 2010 and 2007.

OneNote is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Visit the Office website for more information on Microsoft OneNote

OneNote 2013 Core Essentials


This first level course starts with the basics, including creating a notebook. Next, participants will learn how to format text, use editing tools, tags, Quick Notes, Docked Notes and how to use the “Send To OneNote” tool. We’ll also cover sharing, saving, and printing notebooks, how to customize the interface, and other hidden gems. 


This course is recommended for new Microsoft OneNote users.

OneNote 2013 Advanced Essentials


In this course, we will build on our Core Essentials curriculum. Topics covered in this advanced workshop include handwriting text, drawing shapes, advanced picture tasks, customizing pages, using page templates, working with sections and section groups, syncing a notebook, managing notebook properties, managing OneNote files, and backing up OneNote files.


This course is recommended for experienced Microsoft OneNote users with a firm grasp of the Core Essentials.