Create and organize Quick Notes (unfiled notes)

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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.

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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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