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Using Microsoft OneNote 2010 Paperback – September 16, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-0789742926 ISBN-10: 0789742926 Edition: 1st

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Product Details

  • Series: Using
  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Que Publishing; 1 edition (September 16, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0789742926
  • ISBN-13: 978-0789742926
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #307,353 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Back Cover

Using Microsoft OneNote 2010is a customized, media-rich learning experience designed to help new users master Microsoft OneNote 2010 quickly, and get the most out of it, fast! It starts with a concise, friendly, straight-to-the-point guide to Microsoft OneNote 2010. This exceptional book is fully integrated with an unprecedented collection of online learning resources: online video, screencasts, podcasts, and additional web content, all designed to reinforce key concepts and help you achieve real mastery. The book and online content work together to teach everything mainstream Microsoft OneNote 2010 users need to know. This practical, approachable coverage guides you through all facets of working with OneNote 2010 including: the fluent UI Ribbon interface, the new tagging options, and multiple-user editing and sharing options that have the ability to link notes to files of other applications (e.g. a web page, PowerPoint slide, or spreadsheet.) The 2010 edition will also cover Quick Filing, improved search navigation, co-authoring, simultaneous sharing, versioning, and much more.

 

  • Practical, approachable coverage that completely flattens the Microsoft OneNote 2010 learning curve
  • Tightly integrated with online video, screencast tutorials, podcasts, and more: the total learning experience for new Microsoft OneNote 2010 users
  • Companion website offers supplemental media including video, screencast tutorials, podcasts, and much more
  • About the Author

    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.


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    Customer Reviews

    The book is worth every penny IMO.
    Amazon Customer
    Did I mention that Que books and Safari Publishing has online video tutorials to help you with the software as well as free trials to other great Que books?
    Literary Wonders!
    It's well organized and easy to follow.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    90 of 93 people found the following review helpful By P Craig on March 25, 2012
    Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
    This is only my third Amazon review. I normally don't take the time to write reviews, although I do appreciate the people who do and often base my buying decisions on them.

    I purchased the physical (not Kindle) version of the book and purchased based on the glowing reviews by "Vine" members and the fact that a purchase would give me access to 3 hours of video content.

    I followed the instructions in the book to register at the Que website. I created an account and confirmed my email.

    I then went to the link given to access the videos. No videos. It takes me to a page to create a Que subscription for $19.99/month for 10 books or $49.99/month for all their books.

    I went back to check the account information to see if there was something I missed and found a "coupon code."

    Okay, I thought, this must give me access to the videos. I entered the coupon on the subscription page and, sure enough, "Using OneNote 2010 video content" showed up.

    Solved, I thought, so I then clicked to access the content.

    Nope. Got an "Error Message" - I must chose either the $19.99 or the $49.99 account to continue.

    I then went back to the reviews and noticed a lot of others who have had the same problem. Only "Vine" reviewers have gotten to see the "hidden" videos.

    Unfortunately, it is past the 30 day limit for me to return this book.

    I think Que is being deceptive in their advertising by saying the video content. It isn't. You have to subscribe to their service.
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    28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Cranky Scott on October 3, 2011
    Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
    A well written book covering topics for both beginners and those with more advanced skills. I have been using OneNote since it was first launched and there are many things I picked up in this book.

    Another reviewer mentioned the videos. While I have the paperback book, I don't think the Kindle edition would be different. In the introduction on page 3 is the link to register the book and gain access to the videos.

    The videos are the author doing screen casts - these are not high quality videos like Lynda.com. This is not a knock, this is just a different style but they work well. Its a nice compliment to the book and I am glad they are available as a companion to the written text.

    The one chapter missing from the book are tips and tricks for organization. I would like to hear about some suggestions for how to best organize my data.

    If you are on Windows and use Outlook, Word and such, then this book is a good investment.
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    22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Francisco Laborde on November 2, 2011
    Format: Paperback
    Let's focus on the results.
    In the three weeks since I received the book, I came from being a newbie to a strong user of OneNote 2010.
    Not trivial, if you consider that:
    a) I do not have much free time to put into the effort and
    b) I had been struggling for over a year to find practical uses for OneNote.
    I had the feeling that OneNote held a valuable prize inside, but I didn't have the key to open it.

    Now let's go to the activities.
    The book starts at the very beginning, and slowly builds block by block from there.
    Again ... sounds trivial, but it isn't.
    During the first chapters I felt it was a bit too slow, but I had made my mind to read the full text in its proper order, do all the exercises and review all the videos.
    The book holds no surprises, no emotions.
    The voice in the videos is clear and precise, if a little boring too.

    But then, I found that I had been learning new things.
    By the time I closed Chapter Three, I could picture several practical uses for the tool, and by the end of Chapter Five I was already using OneNote to keep my notes on real life projects, and I was collecting phone numbers, addresses and important links that I had collected in paper cards, notebooks and computer files.

    Please note that I received a free copy of the book in exchange for my review.
    No strings attached.
    Fungus
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. R. Jeanclerc VINE VOICE on April 19, 2012
    Format: Paperback Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    Que's "Using Microsoft OneNote 2010" promises to give you a comfort level with all of the tasks that you can complete with that tool. Our company recently upgraded to Office 2010 including OneNote and many people were unfamiliar with what that program could do for them. This book does a good job in the first few chapters explaining the basics to someone who has never even heard of OneNote before (and also has fairly basic PC skills as well). However, it never progresses anywhere beyond that despite the additional verbiage. I was hoping that the pace would contine and I would learn some interesting use cases for OneNote that I could share with co-workers - real time-savers and productivity builds made possible by OneNote. Unfortunately, the book instead gets bogged down in minutiae like formatting and appearance that don't really add to any specific knowledge about OneNotes.

    I haven't attempted to use the video content that was included with the book based on others' frustrations with accessing them. Plus, there are plenty of more full-featured video tutorials readily available online (just search YouTube or go to lynda.com) without any risk of hassle.

    The writing and explanation is clear and well-done, making this book a good buy for anyone who has no background with OneNote as all; however, for anyone wanting a deeper dive into practical uses of OneNote, this one doesn't have it.
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