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Discover OneNote
Welcome to the Office 365 training resources page. This guide is intended for OneNote users.



Learn how to use Office 365 OneNote
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on the Web
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Dekstop App 2013 (Windows)
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OneNote 2016 (Mac)
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OneNote
Learning Resources





Learn how to set up Office 365 OneNote Class Notebook
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Class Notebook
(Use the New App!)
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Class Notebook
(Our Quick Guide)
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Class Notebook Creator
(Former App: Do Not Use)
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Class Notebook
Learning Resources


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Syncing Your Notebooks Across Devices
To have your notebooks available across all of your devices, start by creating the notebook in your online OneDrive. Once you have created it in the online, open the notebook in the desktop client or the mobile app.


Comparison of Desktop Client and Web/Mobile App

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Dekstop Client 2013/2016
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Web or Mobile App
The OneNote Client program for the PC and Mac is the full featured version of the program. It offers many more features than the web of mobile versions. For example you can insert video, audio and other files into the notebook.




 



The OneNote online or mobile apps allow you to work with your OneNote notebooks from any device. The mobile apps are available free for any iOS or Android device. The Web app is available on any computer with an internet browser. These devices don't support all the features of OneNote, but do make your notes available anywhere, from any device.



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