Buy OneNote 2016 Cheat Sheets from TeachUcomp, Inc. with Our New Product Release, “Microsoft OneNote 2016 Introductory Quick Reference Card!”
TeachUcomp, Inc. is pleased to announce you can now buy OneNote 2016 cheat sheets with the new Microsoft OneNote 2016 cheat sheet: “Microsoft OneNote 2016 Introductory Quick Reference Card.” This OneNote 2016 Quick Reference card is perfect for a busy professional or a student. It is helpful to anyone familiar with OneNote who only needs a quick tip on how to perform a specific task.
When you buy OneNote 2016 cheat sheets from TeachUcomp, Inc., you receive a four-page, laminated sheet that shows you how to perform common activities in OneNote 2016. If you need an answer fast, you will find it right at your fingertips with this Microsoft OneNote 2016 Quick Reference Card. The OneNote 2016 cheat sheet is durable and easy-to-use. It is designed for use by individuals, businesses, and as a supplemental training material.
The OneNote 2016 Quick Reference Card includes touch gestures and keyboard shortcuts, too. Major topics covered from OneNote 2016 include: “Interface Basics,” “Notebook Management Basics,” “Note Creation & Manipulation,” “Formatting Text & Paragraphs,” “Other Types of Notes,” “Microsoft Outlook Integration,” “Tables,” “Writing Tools,” “Tags,” “Searching OneNote,” “Formatting Pages,” “Proofing, Previewing, & Printing,” “Sharing & Collaborating,” “Keyboard Shortcuts,” and “Touch Actions.”
Below is an example of one of the tips listed under “Using the Ribbon” in the “Interface Basics” category. You can view this tip, and more OneNote tips, by clicking the sample image of the Microsoft OneNote 2016 Introductory Quick Reference Card shown at the beginning of this blog post or by viewing the image shown at the bottom of this blog post.
Using the Ribbon
- To hide and show the contents in the Ribbon, double-click the active tab in the Ribbon.
- To change button groups shown in the Ribbon, click the tabs at the top of the Ribbon.
- To show or hide “Contextual” tabs, click to select or click away to de-select the object.
- To access commands, click a Ribbon tab and use the buttons, boxes, and menus within the command groups of the active tab.