Using Microsoft OneNote in the workplace as a training / learning tool

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    There are lots of options available to you when looking for additional tools to use in the workplace to help you do your job better and more efficiently.

    Taking notes is something that most of us need to do at some point and the obvious way to do this is using a pen and paper. I try and not do this at all, as I then have to write them up on a computer afterwards.

    What I’ve started doing is using note taking software to capture notes from meetings, for setting reminders and for saving other useful bits of information that I might want to access later.

    Here’s a blog article on using OneNote in the workplace…

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