The core-level Microsoft Office OneNote 2010 user should be able to navigate Microsoft Office OneNote 2010 software at the feature and functional level. They should be familiar with and know how to use at least 80 percent of the features and capabilities of Microsoft Office OneNote 2010. Users would include people from a wide variety of job roles from almost all areas of professional, student, and personal life. The audience profile for the OneNote Exam is a student, office worker or instructor who needs to navigate the Office software at the feature and functionality level.
The core OneNote 2010 user typically:
- is accustomed to making decisions about his or her own work
- is a competent user of Microsoft 2010 Office applications
- knows how to leverage his or her work for multiple purposes
- knows how to use the major features and functions of OneNote to enhance project and task management
- understands how to collaborate via OneNote
Home and Office users taking this course should already be familiar with Microsoft Office OneNote 2007. Learners familiar with Microsoft Office 2003 should complete Course ‘Introduction to the New Microsoft Office Fluent User Interface’ before taking this course.
At the course completion
This course is designed to help you use the features of OneNote 2010 to create, edit, organize, and share a notebook.
Topics covered in this course include:
- Explore the OneNote 2010 User Interface
- Create a Notebook
- Create Pages, Sections, and Section Groups
- Save a Page, Section, and a Notebook
- Add Media Elements to a page
- Insert Links, Files, Time Stamps and Symbols to a Page
- Use the Pen option to Write and Draw on a Page
- View different Versions of a Notebook
- View and Edit the Page Display in a Notebook
- Print a Notebook
- Share a Page and a Notebook
This exam measures your ability to accomplish the technical tasks listed below. The percentages indicate the relative weight of each major topic area on the exam. The higher the percentage, the more questions you are likely to see on that content area on the exam.
The information after “This objective may include but is not limited to” is intended to further define or scope the objective by describing the types of skills and topics that may be tested for the objective. However, it is not an exhaustive list of skills and topics that could be included on the exam for a given skill area. You may be tested on other skills and topics related to the objective that are not explicitly listed here.
- Managing the OneNote Environment
- Sharing and Collaborating
- Organizing and Finding Notes
- Editing and Linking Content in OneNote