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Do you ever paste lots of paper sticky notes on your monitor? With OneNote 2013, there’s a better way to stay organized. The next time you’re tempted to grab a sticky note, use a Quick Note instead. Quick notes are mini versions of actual OneNote pages. They’re automatically saved in your notebook, and you can use them to jot down notes as you work.

Inside this course:

Create and organize Quick Notes (unfiled notes) (4:19)
The Quick Notes section automatically collects random notes in unfiled pages that you can choose to organize.

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