Microsoft OneDrive and OneNote

OneDrive is the web-based storage system that you can access from any device with an Internet connection and a web browser. You may have a personal OneDrive storage account and a business OneDrive storage account. Through Microsoft's free apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, Sway and Flow) you can create new files, view recent files, share files, assign privileges of viewing or editing the shared files. OneNote is a note-taking program within your Microsoft Office Suite, however, it is so much more. OneNote uses a notebook format with pages and section tabs for collecting and organizing all types of data going on among the other Office software including text, graphics, audio, and video clips. Increase your efficiency by learning the best practices for using OneNote. Tips & tricks are used throughout. Topics will also include OneNote Online and enotebooks. This introductory course will include discussion of Office 365 and Windows features, versions 7 and 10. Students are welcome to use their own account if they have one, or create one in class.
Previous knowledge or experience: Understanding of the basics of Windows and the Internet

Code:3446H
Dates:January 25, 2019 Check for other dates
Meets:One Fri., 9AM-4PM 01/25
Location:CFU LOWRY: Near 1st & Quebec
Fee:$174
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