Michael C. Oldenburg is a technical writer in the Office division at Microsoft Corporation. Professionally and privately, Michael is dedicated to helping people learn and enjoy what their computers can do. For the past 15 years, he has worked on a variety of software--including Microsoft FrontPage, PhotoDraw, Search Server, and OneNote. Previously, Michael worked as a network administrator in a mixed PC/Mac environment, as an international support specialist for European territories, and as a corporate trainer. His OneNote blog is currently published at blogs.office.com.
The book is very basic. You can learn many of the things in this book on youtube, blog sites and MS sites. The only benefit of this book is it organizes the topics for you.Published 5 months ago by Michael Wilson
I never realized how valuable this product was, I can easily file solutions to problems, search find and forward to others. Read morePublished 8 months ago by William Fernihough
The book gets you the basics and that is what I purchased it for. It was reviewed for the data and content.Published 12 months ago by Kevin Kerby
As a first time OneNote user I find this a good reference and beginners guide. Like the online video part of the books.Published 12 months ago by Robert Duval
As a beginner to one note I was having problems. After purchasing this book I was able to use the program and understand how it works. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was exactly what I needed to get me up and running. Comprehensive, yet I was able to get functional after a weekend.Published 13 months ago by Scott Avery
Good clear instruction by topic. As I read it, I realized it would be good help for a Windows novice in addition to helping those learning OneNote. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rdkam