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OneNote 2010 Essentials Online Bundle, 2 Certificate Courses

Learn And Understand OneNote 2010

GetOneNote 2010 Essentials and OneNote 2010 Advanced in this Bundle

1. OneNote 2010 Essentials: Learn the Basic Features of Onenote 2010!

You will learn how to use the basic features of OneNote 2010. This course is designed to teach you a basic understanding of OneNote 2010.

OneNote is a program that helps you collect notes about anything. You can store all of your notes in a variety of formats, in one place. Then you can organize and share your notes. OneNote 2010 provides all of these features and can make your everyday business a lot easier.

By the end of this OneNote 2010 Essentials Online Short Course, you will be able to:

  • Open and close OneNote
  • Dock OneNote to Desktop Mode
  • Understand the OneNote 2010 interface and the OneNote icon
  • Use the backstage view to create a new notebook
  • Use the backstage view to save, print, or share notebooks
  • Understand notebooks
  • Open, close, save, and search a notebook
  • Add pages and sub-pages and move, rename, and delete them
  • Insert a variety of notes, including typewritten, handwritten, linked files, audio, and video
  • Use cut, copy, and paste
  • Format text and use styles
  • Add extra writing space
  • Undo and redo tasks
  • Check spelling
  • Insert lists, tables, pictures, and screen clippings
  • Search your notes
  • Use OneNote to perform calculations
  • Link to Outlook Meetings and Tasks
  • Draw, format, and rotate shapes
  • Use Tags
  • Understanding the Unfiled Section
  • Understanding the History
  • Use links to make finding information easy
  • Add, move, rename, or delete sections or section groups
  • Use time stamps
  • Understand different views
  • Use Password protection
  • Backup, e-mail, or print your notes

2. OneNote 2010 Advanced: Learn Advanced Skills for OneNote 2010

You will learn how to use the advanced features of OneNote 2010. This course is designed to teach you a basic understanding of OneNote 2010.

Have you ever wished that you could track appointments, take meeting notes, record research, and keep to-do items all in one place? Well, you can do all that and more with OneNote 2010. In this course, we will show you how, plus we’ll explore OneNote’s new ribbon-based interface.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the file and organization changes when upgrading from OneNote 2007
  • Know the new features in OneNote 2010
  • Stay organized by using the Navigation bar and drag and drop capabilities
  • Sort and view pages
  • Work with Page Versions
  • Create hyperlinks to web locations, other files, or other OneNote pages
  • Use the Translator tools
  • Use tables
  • Understand the calculator capabilities
  • Work with Equations
  • Format text using the Mini Tool bar
  • Select a page template for a new page
  • Select a default page template
  • Create a new template
  • Understand the use of the drawing and pen tools
  • Understand how OneNote works on a Tablet PC
  • Create a custom pen to use when drawing or handwriting
  • Specify a pen as drawing or handwriting
  • Convert ink to text
  • Attach files to notes pages
  • Insert Files as Printouts
  • Use scanned pages
  • Print to OneNote from Other Applications
  • Send to Word and other formats
  • Use the Side Note Window
  • Send Web Pages to OneNote
  • Use the Research task pane
  • Make text in pictures searchable
  • Start and finish a Linked Notes session
  • Work with Linked Notes
  • Disable and Re-enable linked notes
  • Understand Universal Access to Notebooks
  • Share notebooks with other computers and other authors
  • Understand notebook synchronization
  • Find notes by author
  • Assign a password to a section.
  • Understand audio and video options.
  • Use the search tools.

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  5. Delivered 100% on-line and accessible 24/7 from any computer or smartphone
  6. You can study from home or at work, at your own pace, in your own time
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OneNote 2010 Essentials 2 Course Bundle includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In OneNote 2010 Essentials Online Course

Module One: Getting Started

  • Course Objectives

Module Two:  Opening and Closing OneNote

  • Lesson One: Opening OneNote
  • Lesson Two: Understanding the Interface
  • Lesson Three: Using the Backstage View
  • Lesson Four: About the OneNote Icon
  • Lesson Five: Docking OneNote
  • Lesson Six: Closing OneNote

Module Three: Working with Notebooks

  • Lesson One: Understanding Your Notebook
  • Lesson Two: Creating a New Notebook
  • Lesson Three: Saving Notebooks
  • Lesson Four: Searching Notebooks
  • Lesson Five: Closing Notebooks
  • Lesson Six: Opening Notebooks

Module Four: Working with Pages and Sections

  • Lesson One: Adding Pages
  • Lesson Two: Adding Sub-Pages
  • Lesson Three: Moving, Renaming, and Deleting Pages
  • Lesson Four: Using the Templates Pane
  • Lesson Five: Adding Sections
  • Lesson Six: Adding Section Groups
  • Lesson Seven: Working with Sections and Section Groups

Module Five: Your First Notebook

  • Lesson One: Typing Text
  • Lesson Two: Handwriting Text
  • Lesson Three: Using Copy and Paste
  • Lesson Four: Adding Extra Writing Space
  • Lesson Five: Using the Formatting Toolbar
  • Lesson Six: Applying Styles

Module Six: Adding Objects to Your Notebook

  • Lesson One: Creating Lists
  • Lesson Two: Creating Tables
  • Lesson Three: Inserting Pictures
  • Lesson Four: Inserting Screen Clippings
  • Lesson Five: Researching in OneNote

Module Seven: Basic Editing Tasks

  • Lesson One: Using the Page Setup Group
  • Lesson Two: Resizing Objects
  • Lesson Three: Moving Objects
  • Lesson Four: Using Undo and Redo
  • Lesson Five: Checking Your Spelling

Module Eight: Advanced OneNote Objects

  • Lesson One: Using the Calculator
  • Lesson Two: Using OneNote with Outlook Tasks and Meetings
  • Lesson Three: Inserting Audio
  • Lesson Four: Inserting Video
  • Lesson Five: Attaching Files

Module Nine: Drawing in OneNote

  • Lesson One: Drawing Shapes
  • Lesson Two: Selecting Shapes
  • Lesson Three: Formatting Shapes
  • Lesson Four: Rotating Shapes
  • Lesson Five: Using the Eraser

Module Ten: Managing Notes

  • Lesson One: Tagging Notes
  • Lesson Two: Using the Unfiled Section
  • Lesson Three: Using History
  • Lesson Four: Linking Link a Wiki

Module Eleven: Adding the Finishing Touches

  • Lesson One: Time Stamping Items
  • Lesson Two: Using OneNote Views
  • Lesson Three: Password Protecting Your Notebook
  • Lesson Four: Using OneNote Backups
  • Lesson Five: E-Mailing Your Notes
  • Lesson Six: Printing Your Notes

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Course 2 - Certificate In OneNote 2010 Advanced Online Course

 Module One: Getting Started

  • Course Objectives

Module Two: Upgrading from OneNote 2007 or 2003?

  • Lesson One: What You Need to Know About the New File Format
  • Lesson Two: New Features in OneNote 2010

Module Three: Staying Organized

  • Lesson One: The Navigation Bar
  • Lesson Two: Drag and Drop
  • Lesson Three: View Recent Edits
  • Lesson Four: Working with Page Versions

Module Four: Note Taking Tools

  • Lesson One: Hyperlinks
  • Lesson Two: Translating Words or Phrases
  • Lesson Three: Table Editing Tools
  • Lesson Four: Understand the Calculator Capabilities
  • Lesson Five: Working with Equations

Module Five: Text and Page Formatting

  • Lesson One: Format Using the Mini Toolbar
  • Lesson Two: Select a Page Template
  • Lesson Three: Select a Default Template
  • Lesson Four: Create a New Template

Module Six: Drawing and Handwriting Notes

  • Lesson One: The Drawing and Pen Tool Bars
  • Lesson Two: OneNote Basics on a Tablet PC
  • Lesson Three: Specifying Pen Mode
  • Lesson Four: Convert Ink to Text

Module Seven: Office Integration

  • Lesson One: Attach Files to Your Notes
  • Lesson Two: Insert Files as Printouts
  • Lesson Three: Print to OneNote from Other Applications
  • Lesson Four: Send to Word and Other Formats

Module Eight: Researching a Topic

  • Lesson One: Side Note Window
  • Lesson Two: Send Web Pages to OneNote
  • Lesson Three: The Research Task Pane
  • Lesson Four: Make Text in Pictures Searchable

Module Nine: Linked Notes

  • Lesson One: Starting and Finishing a Linked Notes Session
  • Lesson Two: View or Remove Linked Notes
  • Lesson Three: Disable and Re-enable Linked Notes

Module Ten: Collaborating

  • Lesson One: About Universal Access to Notebooks
  • Lesson Two: Sharing Notebooks with Other Computers and Other Authors
  • Lesson Three: Understanding Notebook Synchronization Status
  • Lesson Four: Find By Author

Module Eleven: Other Tools

  • Lesson One: Password Protection
  • Lesson Two: Audio and Video Options
  • Lesson Three: Search Tools

Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:


  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)


  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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Course Summary

Course ID No.: 020ONE2CB
Delivery Mode: Online
Course Access: Unlimited lifetime access to course material
Time required: Study at your own pace
Course Duration: 12-16 Hours for total bundle
Assessments: Yes
Qualification: Certificate