Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Linking One page to Another In One Note

In Microsoft One Note, we have an option to link one notebook with another notebook or any a section with another, a page with another page or section etc. This will help us in easily moving or copying the data to another section. Taking linked notes in Microsoft OneNote PowerPoint presentations, or on another OneNote page in any of your notebooks. 2010 makes it easy to do research on your computer by letting you take notes in a docked OneNote window on your desktop while you work side-by-side in other programs or in your Web browser. Notes taken in this mode are automatically linked by OneNote to whatever you’re looking at in Internet Explorer, in Word documents, in
During a Linked Notes session, OneNote stores with each paragraph of notes a link to documents or Web pages that you used, so that you can click that link and easily return to this content again later on. OneNote also stores a thumbnail image of the page and a text excerpt from any Word 2010 or PowerPoint 2010 files you looked at, so that you can easily locate and recognize the correct page or slide again.

Steps to Link one notes to another: 


You can begin taking linked notes about the Web page, Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or OneNote page that you are looking at by doing the following:

On the Ribbon in Word, PowerPoint, or OneNote, click the Review tab.

In the Notes group, click the Linked Notes button.
 

In the Select Location in OneNote dialog box, navigate to the notebook, section, and page where you want to take notes about the document or page that you are looking at, and then click OK.
 
 
 
Take notes as you normally would. You can bring up other OneNote pages in the main program window, bring up Internet Explorer, or open other Word or PowerPoint documents. OneNote automatically links back to what you were looking at so you can easily refer to the source material again later on.
 



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