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OneNote Tutorials

OneNote is a digital note-taking app that provides a single place for keeping all of your notes, research, plans, and information. It can be accessed from anywhere using OneNote Online, or from apps on a number of devices, including Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android.

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NOTICE: Microsoft has announced new support dates for OneNote 2016 that align with Office 2019 (October 10, 2023 for mainstream support and October 14, 2025 for extended support). While Microsoft is no longer developing new features for OneNote 2016, they have made deployment and installation easier for organizations and individuals, so for Windows users, starting in March 2020, when you deploy or install Office 365 subscriptions that include the Office desktop apps or Office 2019, the OneNote desktop app will be installed by default alongside Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. If you’d like to install OneNote 2016 earlier, you can get it here: aka.ms/InstallOneNote. If you want to take advantage of the latest that OneNote has to offer, consider switching to OneNote for Windows 10. For more information, see What’s the difference between OneNote for Windows 10 and OneNote 2016? and Learn more about the future of OneNote.

Notebooks

The following are Microsoft tutorial collections for the different devices. The topics include get started, take and format notes, draw and sketch, share and sync, and stay organized.

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OneNote in Education - Interactive Guides

For Teachers

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Getting started with OneNote
In this interactive teacher's guide, you'll see how to get started with OneNote

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Enhancing productivity with OneNote
In this interactive teacher's guide, you'll see how you can enhance your productivity with OneNote.

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Getting the most out of OneNote
In this interactive teacher's guide, you'll see how you can get the most out of OneNote.

Learn more at onenoteforteachers.com

For Students

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Getting started with OneNote

In this interactive student's guide, you'll see how to get started with OneNote.

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Working faster with OneNote

In this interactive student's guide, you'll see how you can work faster with OneNote.

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Getting the most out of OneNote
In this interactive student's guide, you'll see how you can get the most out of OneNote.

Learn more at onenoteforteachers.com/students

Class Notebook

OneNote Class Notebook have a personal work space for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities. See the OneNote Class Notebook tutorials page for more information.

Staff Notebook

OneNote Staff Notebook offers a personal workspace for every teacher and staff member, a Content Library for shared information, and a space where everyone can work together. See the OneNote Staff Notebook tutorials page for more information.

Delete a Notebook

When you no longer need a shared OneNote notebook on OneDrive, there’s an important decision you need to make. Do you want to delete the notebook for good, or do you want to keep the notebook, but not have it on OneDrive anymore?

When you no longer need a particular notebook, you can remove it from your computer's hard drive.

OneNote for Mac does not include a command for deleting entire notebooks. You can close any currently open notebook to remove it from your notebooks list in OneNote.

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Last Updated: September 3, 2021