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77-421: OneNote 2013
Topics : Organize and find notes (20–25%) : Configure Quick Filing•Send email messages, insert notes from Outlook (messages, meetings, contacts, and tasks), insert web pages, insert screenshots, print to OneNote, insert media, set default locations
OneNote 2013 includes options similar to other Office apps as well as options that are all its own. You can view OneNote’s options by clicking or tapping on the File tab and choosing Options. and on option dialoge ox you will find:-
Send to OneNote: Here you can configure where you want content from other apps, such as Outlook 2013, web browsers, or screen clippings, to land in OneNote. By default, all items say Always Ask Where to Send, but you can change this setting to the current page or a new page, or you can set a certain location for the content.
On Home Tab Rion at RHS end You will email Tag:-
E-mail: Select the E-mail Page item — the only item on the E-mail button — to e-mail the note to someone using Microsoft Outlook. This item will fail if you select it before you’ve set up Outlook 2013.
Inserting data from Outlook
You can insert Outlook e-mail data into a OneNote page, but you have to do so from Outlook rather than from OneNote. Here’s how to insert an e-mail from Outlook:
- Open Outlook and select the e-mail you want to add to your note.
- Click or tap the OneNote button in the Move section of the Outlook Home tab. Instead of Steps 1 and 2 above, you can also right-click or press and hold on an e-mail and choose OneNote from the context menu that appears. The Select Location in OneNote window appears asking which notebook, section, and page you want to add the e-mail to.
- Browse to the note you want to insert the e-mail into and then click or tap OK. The e-mail is pasted into your note with formatting intact and header information inserted into a small table at the top.
Creating Outlook 2013 Tasks from OneNote
The Home tab in OneNote 2013 includes an Outlook Tasks dropdown list that you can access to create tasks for various time frames. The list includes options to delete a task or to open the task in Outlook. The task automatically adds itself to the bottom of your list of tasks in Outlook as long as you have Outlook 2013 set up and configured on the same PC you’re using OneNote 2013 on. You don’t have to start a new task and then add the task information; you can simply select an existing item and then choose from the drop-down list to immediately make that item a task.
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