OneNote 2013 Integration with Other Microsoft Applications

Individuals interested in using OneNote 2013 for personal or business uses, to collect, organize, and share information


Expected Duration
55 minutes

Microsoft OneNote 2013 is note-taking software you can use to create, organize, search, and share notes for personal and business purposes. This course covers ways that you can use Microsoft OneNote 2013 with other Microsoft applications, including Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. It also covers the touchscreen capabilities of OneNote 2013 and the features of the mobile version of OneNote 2013. This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers OneNote 2013.


Integration with Microsoft Outlook and Excel

  • start the course
  • describe how OneNote 2013 integrates with Microsoft Outlook
  • configure Send To OneNote options for Outlook in OneNote 2013
  • convert Outlook meeting information into shared notebooks in OneNote 2013
  • link to Outlook appointments and create Outlook tasks from within OneNote 2013
  • insert Excel workbooks in OneNote 2013
  • convert a table created in OneNote 2013 into an Excel worksheet

Integration with Microsoft Word and PowerPoint

  • send notebook pages or selected notebook content to Microsoft Word
  • create linked notes from within Word documents and PowerPoint presentations with OneNote 2013
  • insert Word and PowerPoint files in OneNote 2013 notebooks

Touchscreen and Mobile Versions of OneNote 2013

  • use the OneNote 2013 web app
  • use the touchscreen functionality in OneNote 2013
  • use OneNote Mobile to access your OneNote 2013 notebooks from a mobile device

Practice: Using OneNote with Office Applications

  • use OneNote 2013 with Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint





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