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A new month, a new OneNote tip! In our last tip we showed you how to add screenshots to your notes. n the following blog post, we’ll focus on working more efficiently. Ready to get inspired? Here we go…

Wiki is Hawaiian for fast, quick, agile. Do you want to navigate pages faster than an agile Hawaiian, so you can book your well-earned holiday in Hawaii even quicker? Put the title of the page to which you want to link, between two square brackets. For example, type “[[Training OneNote]]” and you will see that the square brackets are not displayed. The text between the brackets immediately changes to a link that refers to the page with that title. If this page does not exist, OneNote will even create the page for you! Now, that truly is “wiki”!

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To be continued…


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