Getting Started with Microsoft OneNote 2013
by Mike Gurner
Publisher: Bookboon 2014
Number of pages: 55
From the table of contents: About Your Author; About This Book; What is OneNote; What's New in OneNote 2013; The Default Notebook; Creating a New Notebook; Structuring your Notebook; Adding Content; Formatting; Creating Tables; Summary.
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