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77-421: OneNote 2013
Topics : Edit and link content in OneNote (25–30%) : Edit text in OneNote•Use the Format Painter, use styles, manage paste options, use format options, insert tables
Working with formatting and tags in OneNote Web App is the same process as used in the desktop versions. Some elements described there aren’t in OneNote Web App, including styles, the Format Painter, and Outlook-related items.
Renaming a notebook You must rename a notebook in the SkyDrive.com interface, as follows:
- Log in to SkyDrive.com and navigate (if necessary) to the folder containing the notebook you want to open. Your cursor turns into a hand unless you’re hovering over the check box in the upper-right corner.
- Click or tap to select the notebook and in choose Rename from the Manage menu at the top of the page. You can also right-click or press and hold on the notebook and choose Rename from the context menu that appears. A field appears around the name of the notebook with the name selected.
- To rename the file, type the new name and then click or tap anywhere outside the field.
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Renaming a section or note page is straightforward, as shown here:
- Log in to SkyDrive.com and open the notebook containing the section or note page you want to open. The notebook appears in OneNote Web App.
- Right-click or press and hold on the name of a section or note in the sidebar at left and choose Rename from the context menu. A field appears around the name of the section or page with the name selected.
- To rename the section or page, type the new name and then click or tap anywhere outside the field.
Deleting a notebook in the SkyDrive.com interface, as shown here:
- Log in to SkyDrive.com and navigate (if necessary) to the folder containing the notebook you want to delete. Your cursor turns into a hand, unless you’re hovering over the check box in the upper-right corner. You can also right-click or press and hold on the notebook and choose Delete from the context menu that appears.
- Click or tap to select the notebook and choose Delete from the Manage menu at the top of the screen. The file is deleted and SkyDrive notifies you via a pop-up menu with an Undo button, which you can press if you don’t want to delete the notebook after all.
Deleting sections or pages You can quickly delete a section or page. Simply right-click or press and hold on the name of a section or page and choose Delete. OneNote Web App warns you that this action is irreversible. To delete the section or page, click or tap Yes. Deleting a section deletes all pages in that section.
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Among the cooler features of OneNote are its ink technologies that enable you to use a stylus or even your finger to literally write notes on the screen. If you want to include these notes in a report or other professional document, however, you’ll probably want to turn your handwriting — no matter how lovely it is — into text that can be formatted. Follow these steps to turn your ink notes into text:
- 1. Open a note page with handwriting on it or use the Draw tab to write something on a blank space on a note.
- 2. Select the Draw tab if it’s not selected already and click or tap the Ink to Text button.
OneNote automatically converts anything it sees as "textlike" into text. You can then format, copy, cut, or otherwise work with the "text" as usual.
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