EMBA iPad Initiative - An Introduction to NoteBooks
Introduces the OneNote Notebook structure.
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An Introduction to Notebooks
OneNote uses the “Notebook” as its most basic form of organization. See this article for a complete review of the basic structure OneNote uses to organize your documents.
Notebooks consist of two elements: section/tabs and pages:
- Each Notebook contains Section Groups, Sections and Pages.
- When you first log into the UW Cloud storage service, by default you will have a notebook automatically created: This is called "[your first name] @ Sites - UW-Madison"
- You can also create new notebooks by pressing the “add notebook” link in the lower left corner
- Each Notebook contains a directory of section/tabs at the top
- These tabs act as chapters under which you may place or create pages
- To create a new tab, select the “+” tab located directly to the right of the right-most tab at the top of screen
- To delete the name move or add a password to an existing tab, tap once on the tabs title
- Note that by deleting a tab, you are deleting all of the pages underneath it
- Pages are the various pages where you can place all of your your content, such as files notes PDFs and pictures
- You can create as many pages as you would like
- To create a page you select the “+ page” button located on the left