Did you know that you can easily insert your pictures from Facebook into a Microsoft Office document? You can in any Microsoft Office program! Click on the Insert tab and in the Illustrations group click Online Pictures. Now when the dialog box opens click on the Facebook logo and once you have logged in you will see all the photos you have posted to Facebook and also ones you have been tagged in. Finally select your photo of choice and click insert.
Many of us diligently use our Outlook Calendars to keep up with our day-to-day tasks and meetings. But did you know that you can use OneNote with your Outlook to sync your tasks and notes from meetings?
In the Home Tab in OneNote you will see the Outlook group. In the Outlook group if you click Meeting Details it will show your upcoming events from your Outlook Calendar. Once you have selected one of your events, a section for you to take notes will open up that already has the title, date and time of your meeting with space to add attendees and notes. In addition, when you are in a meeting and it is decided that there is a task that needs to be completed, you can use the Outlook Tasks option and the task you create is automatically inserted into your Outlook calendar without ever leaving your notes in OneNote.
We have all seen hyperlinks in a Microsoft Office document. The links you have probably seen most often are to websites, but did you know that you can create a hyperlink that will take you to a different location within your document? This can be very helpful to your readers in a large document. For example, when near the end of your document and referencing a section from the beginning you can insert a hyperlink that will easily allow your reader to quickly jump to that place without having to scroll and search for it. First, to do this you will need to highlight the word or section of text you would like to add the hyperlink to. Then right click and select hyperlink in the drop down list. In the dialog box that opens you will see a section that says “Link to:” here you will select “Place in This Document.” Now you will see all the headings that you have created in your document that you can select from. If you have not labeled anything in your document as a heading, you may need to go back and do that using the Styles group on the Home tab. Once you have made your selection and clicked ok you will see that your highlighted text is now blue and underlined.
OneNote can do simple math! In many of our meetings we end up talking about budgets and what can be afforded for different events. Well, now while you are taking your notes in OneNote you don’t have to get out of it to do your math. Simply type out the math you would like OneNote to do (ex:25/5=) followed by an equal sign and then hit Enter or the Space bar and you will see the answer.
Many of us diligently use our Outlook Calendars to keep up with our day to day tasks and meetings. But did you know that you can use OneNote with your Outlook to sync your tasks and notes from meetings?