Onenote group objects - listed questions and answers
How do I group text and pictures in OneNote?
On any page, position the pictures the way you want them to appear together. De-select all of the pictures by clicking elsewhere on the page. Hold down the Windows logo key, and press Shift+S to start a screen clipping. When the screen dims, drag a selection over the pictures you want to group.
I've been using OneNote for a few years now.
The main reason was to be more organized. You see, I keep thinking about tasks that I have to do. I have ideas for new articles, I need to write down the name of a new app that someone just told me about.
I collected these in different places and none of them got synced. Many of them have disappeared into a black hole. In this article I'm going to share with you some OneNote tips and tricks and how I like to use it. (Upbeat music) Before we get started, a quick thank you to Skillshare for sponsoring today's article.
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But I'll chat more about it towards the end so stay tuned. Now let's move on to our tips. David Allen, the author of 'Getting Things Done.' A great book by the way, and I highly recommend it if you are interested.
He says you have ideas and are not sticking to them. So we need to find a way to record and store design ideas externally so we can focus on actually getting those things done. This is where OneNote comes in for me.
OneNote is a digital notebook, but it's a lot more than that. I'm sure you'll agree with me by the end of this article. Let's go to my OneNote productivity tips.
Number one, Use hierarchies to organize yourself. A great feature in OneNote is that you can create your own hierarchy structure. There are three main levels, the highest level being the notebook, just like the physical notebook, they can contain many pages are sections.
Think of it like chapters in a book. And finally there are sides. These contain your actual notes.
Let's say we create a notebook for all of your recipes. We can either right click and select New Notebook or click. click add the notebook below.
The sections in this notebook could be different so we can create a section for starters, one for main courses, one for vegetarian dishes, one for desserts, and so on. You have the idea. Within the sections we add the separate pages for the actual recipe.
Here we have a recipe for a wild rice mushroom burger. We have the ingredients, the instructions and we can add pictures and even link where we got the recipe from. Aside from these recipes, I usually have notebooks for ideas for articles with different sections depending on your progress, like brainstorming, researching, or scripting.
And I have a notebook for personal things like shopping lists, vacations, etc. If you need more levels of hierarchy, you can group multiple sections into a section group, you can drag sections into the group. Another layer you can create is subpages.
To use them you need to have at least two pages in a given section. So let's say here I have a page with my meeting notes from Excel conferences, I can make Sub-P Age with the notes for each section. So I have a piece called Session Notes Excel Conference Bulgaria and sub-pages for each meeting.
To make sub-pages , just click on the page you want to turn into a subpage and choose Create Subpage. It will indent the title. You can even have a different layer for the subpage that says Subpage of a Subpage.
I don't use this like that often, but if you have a lot of notes and need detailed structure, they can be very helpful. In summary, these are the different levels of hierarchy you can have. Notebook, section group, section, page, bottom one, bottom two.
Just start with a structure that makes sense to you, you can always change it or add it later. Number two, use tags to find what you need. Tags are a great way to categorize and group notes that aren't in the same notebook or section in my general article ideas notebook, in this case for Power Query, where I have notes for learning M-basics.
Let's say this is something I want to consider doing this soon. By using the This Note dropdown tag above, I can select various default tags to add to the notes or parts of the notes. So I can mark this with Remember for later, so don't forget it.
In another notebook for my research I have a page to check out this app for a barcode reader. I can tag this note with the same tag, Remind you for the same day later, that is, even though they are in a different hierarchy, they are still grouped and it is easy to find your tag notes later. Let's say you want to review all of the notes that are marked Save for Later, all you need to do is click the search icon on the left here, then either just click the search bar and choose from the tags below be proposed.
Or just type in what you're looking for and select the day you want. You will get a list of all the notes that contain this tag. You can either use the standard tags, but I recommend creating your own tag system through your own custom tags as well.
All you have to do is click Create a New Tag at the bottom here, and you can then name it and choose an icon for Tags like you could in previous versions of OneNote. New ones are always added below, so don't overdo it and keep the number of custom tags limited. So use tags to categorize notes.
There are many uses for tags, just use them according to your needs. For example, let's say you want to keep track of the tasks you've assigned your team members to, or use them to highlight important parts in your study notes. They make it really easy to find what you need, when you need it.
Number three, jot ideas down with sticky notes all over the place. Whenever I'm out and about, I would scribble things I don't want to forget on a piece of paper, then either they were lost or I spent a lot of time searching my back, nothing more. I discovered Sticky Notes.
The Sticky Not's are built into the OneNote app on the phone. So if I just want to write something down really quickly, I just open the OneNote app and click the buttons, Sticky Notes below, and start writing. I can also find all of my previous collected Sticky Notes right here, so when I come back to the office and want to see these notes, I'll go straight to the Sticky Notes app.
It's an app built into Windows 10. To get there, hit the start button and type sticky and you will see how it shows up here. You will find it as a separate app on your computer or laptop, while it is part of the OneNote app on your mobile phone and is automatically synchronized so that you always have your notes with you, no matter where you took them.
Number four, extract text from images. Another great feature is Optical Character Recognition, or OCR, which means that OneNote text in an image.This has two great advantages.
Well, you can copy text from images so you don't have to type it in manually. For example, I copied the screenshots into my notes. When I right click on it, I get the option to copy text from image.
I can open a new page and hear the text copied from the picture. The second benefit that I personally use a lot is that I can search for text in an image. I usually collect a lot of information from articles that I take notes on, I also do web clippings and pictures.
When I look for something specific later, I use the search function. The OCR function also searches for the text in the image and displays all relevant information, including images. Number five, focus with Immersive Reader.
A great feature that I like to use when I really want to focus on a text or for proofreading is the Immersive Reader. It is now integrated with several applications such as Word, Outlook and OneNote. When you're on a page, on the View tab, clicking Immersive Reader makes it easier and faster to read.
You can change the settings for text size and color themes to your liking. This is where you can change the font too, and interesting is Comic Sans, a font that might not look appealing in a professional setting but works great for kids and is G-shaped that's how kids learn to write in school. You can also use this to practice reading with your children.
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We're setting up an Excel template. Personally, I use OneNote. But there are many more functions that can be very helpful depending on your needs.
For example, you can draw shapes by hand and then apply ink on the shape, and OneNote will automatically convert them to shapes with straight lines and clean corners can also convert your writing to typed text, I was skeptical because I have terrible handwriting, but it manages to even convert mine. First, use the lasso selection to choose what you want to convert, then just click Ink to Text here. I don't use this feature often because I type faster , but it can be useful if you prefer to write your notes by hand.
You can even use OneNote for math problems. You can handwrite an equation, use the lasso selection to select it, then click Math. Ink to Math above can convert it to typed text.
But that's not all, you can actually ask, click Choose an option and solve the equation. And if you're interested, you can even show the stepson how to solve it. Pretty cool right? Don't tell your teachers.
There are different versions of OneNote like One or 2013 or OneNote 2016. But the official version of the app is now only called OneNote. It is available in Windows. and also for Mac Plus, it's free and it syncs across all of your devices.
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How do I select multiple items in OneNote?
If you want to select multiple shapes and move them as a group, you should use the Lasso Select option. Click Lasso Select button on the Draw tab and draw a line around the shapes you want to select. When you've completed the loop, OneNote will select all of the items within that Lasso.15 mei 2013
How do I create a section group in OneNote?
Choose Notebook in which you want to create a section. Right-click on the Section tab and choose New Section Group available at the bottom of the OneNote window. Give a name to your New Section Group. Right-click on the newly created section group and choose New Section.
- Hey everyone, Neil Malek, with crack training here brings you another everyday office article.
And in today's article, I want to talk about the basic structure of a OneNote notebook. So a OneNote notebook is the container for information about a particular facet of your world. Very often this container will be for everything related to a specific projector, a specific customer, a specific team, or just any other facet of your world.
It could be something you keep your prescriptions in or it could be where you keep your travel information, things like that. And in that notebook, the most obvious structures that we have are tabs or sections, and then the sections that contain pages. Let's go ahead and see how that works.
As I go into planning here, the first thing you want to notice is that you can right click on the tab and choose to rename that tab. So maybe this would be Pre-Project Analysis, the new name of this thing would be right click on this tab and decide to change its color. So I can do this blue because I think blue is a good place to start.
And then we have these pages. Note on the right, we have a chance to add a new page, and we got that first page right here. Each page is unnamed until we use this text box here to give it a name.
So in the pre-project analysis we could say that this is something like the first idea of managers. So, executives, so when the executives came up with the idea of starting a Facebook marketing team, this is what the project looked like for them. And then I can either use the Add Page button on the right or the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + N to create a new blank Page.
Note on the right, it's also called Untitled Page. And I can make this page something like Call first meeting of team members. Okay, so we can create sections that have names and colors associated with them, and then create pages that relate to specific moments in time or parts of information that are relevant to us.
But there are two other structures that we could opt for. The first and most useful for me personally is the subpage. So when we create pages we can click Ctrl + N again, or we can use the little plus sign that comes up here.
We use the little plus sign here, whatever we want to do, let's say after the first idea from executives, I'll create a page here. Let's go over here with the little plus sign making a new blank page, and I call this something like a discussion with S. Ryan.
So, Samantha Ryan, the CEO, we had a discussion with Samantha about what she thinks of this team. And after that I come to the little plus sign here, and I'll say this is a discussion with W Randolph. So, Willy Randolph, the CMO, we had a chat with the CMO about what that looked like.
Now the thing is, S Ryan and W Randolph, these two people, you are executives. So it stands to reason that these should be subordinated to the executive first idea generation page.I just click this page on the right here and then just drag it to the right, as if to nest a discussion with S Ryan under the executive first idea.
In the same way I can click and drag the discussion with W Randolph and nest this discussion page under the heading Executives, once that's done I now have a little arrow next to Initial Ideation by the Executives, and you can see me here the two subpages, which are located under Initial Ideation by Executives, can expand and collapse. I come right here at this point, between the discussion with W Randolphand, the first meeting of the team members and the click on the little plus sign. Notice that this new untitled page is immediately embedded under the first idea of executives.
It is immediately subordinate to the main discussion with the marketing team, shall we say, marketing management. Okay so now we have the discussion with Samantha Ryan, the discussion with William Randolph, and the discussion with the overall marketing management team. And they are all under the Executive Idea Generation page, click to go to expand and reduce.
Now I can go even one step deeper. So if W Randolph is a marketing let's say CMO, right? Then the discussion with marketing management could be subordinate to that. I can click and drag that down, which subordinates the discussion with Marketing Management W Randolph to the new subpage, and then when I use Ctrl + N to create new pages, I can put that page right there on the same level again.
But here's a little point on that, subpages, that's what we do.When you get here, you don't get the little drop-down arrow. So we can hide all subpages from the main page.
But we can't collapse the subpages under a subpage like me. It makes sense to create subpages of a main page so we can see the structure of the information, but here's another tool we can use to organize ourselves in OneNote. If we right click on the tabs here at the top of the screen, you can see that you can create a new section group, we will create a section group, which makes sense.
We're going to group the tabs together. But see how that actually comes about. I'm going to click New Section Group Test Group here so we can see it in action.
Notice that this is effectively a button and that I can take something like budgeting and drag it into the test group. There it is, and budgeting is in now. Notice here, Facebook Marketing Team Notebook, Test Group.
So the group in the notebook is where this budgeting tab is. I can use this little up arrow here to go back one level. And you see how the budgeting tab lives now within the section group here? I'll take Creative and drag that in and let go.
I take Marketing Ideas and drag that in there and let go of o Now all I can see is the pre-project analysis tab here and then I have this group that I can hit the button for and see the other tabs, when I do that Felt like I can take the Budgeting tab and move it up level, I can drop it over the arrow, do you see that right there? Let me go back to the test group, I click on Creative, drag it over the arrow and leave let's go and it's back from the test group. So to me I don't like the idea of my tabs disappearing, but what I can see is this: I right click on this group, choose Rename and I'll name this one archive, and then I'll make another one Create a group by right clicking the Section tab, clicking New Section Group, and I'll name this group Future Steps. Okay, so now let's say that we are in the budgeting and creative phase and marketing ideas.
We have the pre-project analysis behind us. It makes sense to me that to keep things tidy, I could drag the Pre-Project Analysis tab, e Archive, and let go, and I can go back a level and see only budget, creative, and marketing ideas. Now let's click that little plus sign here and create a rating tab, so we'll be rating the quality of our creatives after our marketing goes live.
I don't really need this tab right now, so I can take Assessment and drag into Future Steps. And so I now have two tabs in my notebook that are for the future and the past. So I don't really need to see them now, only the ones that are really active make sense to me.
If I took a different direction now, and I had a really gigantic notebook about many, many different phases of the business, maybe I would create groups for different clients that I have had. Or if I did this on a personal level, I could choose to create section groups for the different trips I took or the different types of cuisine I kept track of my recipes for, stuff like that. (happy rock music)
How do I put two pictures next to each other in OneNote?
- Select an image in the OneNote.
- While pressing `Shift` key, drag the image to the side of the other image.
- It should be able to drag and move it to the side of the image.
- You can have as many image side by side as you would like.
I want to insert two tables but I want them to be side by side, to do that we are going to insert the first table, I will make a table two by four, this is a little wide for me so to change the width I have to make this left justified or centered or right justified but I choose left I do these two inches now I want to merge these cells for my header cellos I want to color this cell with the background color, will make it so uh ... bordeaux we call this table one and it will list some numbers, I'll center and bold them, I'll have to highlight the text to make them bold, and center the rest of my table to create a second table, I'll copy that one table, select table, and use the control vmake this table 2, I want to change want this background color we make turquoise and we want to change this a little The trick to get this side by side mmen, is we have to put it in another table so I'm going to create a new table, I'm going to choose this first table, I'm using Control Cand Control Vand We see it doesn't stick as well as we wanted.
I wanted to put this whole table in that single first cell to do that, and I need to put a framework in theirs that I can now paste into. I have somewhere to paste in what I can control and it kind of worked to do it, I have to merge this cell again and change that color, paste back my second table so it was kept bold and centered, couldn't keep the background color so I have to paste them again and I believe that is because we pasted into another table and it needs to use this table background formatting, let's make this a little closer together, let's change this cell - back to two inches, bring this in we want to turn off the frames and the outer table and center the table and we can put these closer together as we like, but note that the table is not re-centered, that you have to click again and re-center it, so we saw when I did this first time it kept the background colors but when i inserted it into another table inset it didn't and another little trick i wanted to sh when we select this table and go to the tools auto-correct options that our table is holding we can only see text but we will also keep all the formatting, we will start with a left parent as I did with my other custom auto-correct options and I just call this my spreadsheet - newOK and just like before when I got the correct options displayed - when we put those into my spreadsheet , it inserts table formatting and everything - so if you need to insert a table multiple times this would be an option you might want to think about
Is there a way to group pictures in OneNote?
No way to group several objects within OneNote (at least on both Windows versions : the App and the Desktop versions). That's especially annoying when you annotate on top of typed text, or an embedded image (say, an article, or a picture) and the typed text or image scroll down because you insert more text above...
How to group and open notebooks in OneNote?
OneNote Gem - Favorite now provide a set of features to create and mange OneNote notebooks. After grouping notebooks, you can close or open a group of notebooks by one click. Click ' Navigation ' tab -> ' Favorite ' group -> ' Notebook ' menu -> ' New Group ' menu item. It will open ' New Notebook Group ' dialog, input the new group name in box.
Can You group multiple ink strokes in OneNote?
In OneNote for Windows 10, you can group together multiple selected ink strokes into a single object. This is useful when you want to move multiple ink strokes around on a page, when you want to copy and paste a complex selection, or when you want to resize several ink strokes proportionally.
How do you ungroup an object in Excel?
Select the group, and then click the individual item that you want to select. Select the group that you want to ungroup. To ungroup shapes or other objects, under Drawing Tools, on the Format tab, in the Arrange group, click Group, and then click Ungroup.