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Microsoft onenote is a powerful piece of software that is often referred to as 'all in one' digital book. Onenote can be used in various ways such as writing down your thoughts,ideas and tasks. This book stipulates how you get to know onenote in an easy manner to understand. With onenote you unlock the true power of organization. In onenote there are many useful options that you can use to make your notes more organized and coherent. Ace takes us through every option under the home tab and explains how to use it best to our advantage[what better book]. I have also discovered the great and useful features under the insert tab. Many of these features are unique to OneNote and awesome in functionality. One thing I have liked about OneNote is that you can take notes without even having to keep the program open. I have now become organised and more productive with onenote. I highly recommend!
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I have never used OneNote before but a lot of my friends do and swear by it and so I thought I would have a go. This guide is great for complete beginners as it is very descriptive and takes you through all the different icons and their uses. If you are already familiar with other Microsoft programmes this might be too basic for you but even so I loved having this in audio book format so that I could play it and be using the programme as it played without having to refer to a written page.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend it because I know a lot of people who would benefit from being made aware of OneNote's uses.
What other book might you compare One Note: Discover How to Easily Become More Organized, Productive & Efficient with Microsoft OneNote to, and why?
I wouldn't compare it to other books, as it makes a very good standalone.
What does Joshua Mackey bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
A dynamic, easy-to-listen to voice.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?