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LyndaCampus Quick Tip

Microsoft OneNote is a program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It gathers users' notes, screen clippings, and integrates with other Office programs such as Outlook, Word, and Excel to provide a central information location. The clips below demonstrate a sampling of the capabilities of OneNote.
1.     Log in to LyndaCampus via the Purdue LyndaCampus Portal.
2.     After logging in to the portal, click the link below to view the clip.
Note: If the clip fails to open directly in Internet Explore (IE), the clip can be located by searching for the clip title on the main course page. Alternate browsers (Chrome or Firefox) may alleviate this issue. For assistance accessing LyndaCampus, see the Resources section of the Purdue LyndaCampus portal.
Software Version
Clip Title
Clip Length
OneNote 2010
2 minutes, 38 seconds
OneNote 2013
4 minutes, 6 seconds
OneNote 2010
1 minute, 39 seconds
OneNote 2013
1 minute, 43 seconds
OneNote 2010
3 minutes, 57 seconds
OneNote 2013
3 minutes 22 seconds
                           Note: Additional clips play after viewing each segment. To explore other topics, utilize the “Browse the library”
                           or search feature on the Purdue LyndaCampus Portal.
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