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Upgrade your practice from the yellow legal notepad with Microsoft OneNote, a program that is included in both Microsoft Office 2016 and Microsoft Office 365. It’s also now available on nearly any device with a web browser, including iOS and Android devices and Windows Phones. With this guide, you will learn how to use OneNote in your law practice to save time and increase productivity. Microsoft OneNote in One Hour for Lawyers, Second Edition explains, step by step, how to get started with the software, develop best practices, and become more effective in note-taking and research. In five brief lessons, you will learn how to do the following:

  • Get started with your first notebook
  • Take notes more effectively
  • Add audio and video recordings to notes
  • Capture and organize side notes
  • Collect research quickly and easily
  • Create templates for frequently used notes
  • Search and share notebooks
  • Integrate OneNote with other applications such as Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Word