OneNote

OneNote is the note-taking-and-sharing application that is part of Microsoft Office. 

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OneNote is your digital notebook for capturing and organizing everything across your devices. Jot down your ideas, keep track of classroom and meeting notes, clip from the web, or make a to-do list, as well as draw and sketch your ideas. It is the only Microsoft Office suite application you can download and use for free without a license to the suite or 365 subscription. A note in OneNote is set up like a notebook containing sections and pages, and you’d write your notes on the pages between the section tabs.

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Type, write and draw 

  • Write anywhere on the page and unleash your imagination 
  • Use your device's pen or your finger to write and draw with multiple types of pens and highlighters 
  • Take notes on a white background, or add a grid or ruled lines for easier drawing and writing 

Capture anything

  • Quickly take a note by clicking the Note button in the Action Centre and on supported pens*

  • Send websites, recipes, documents, and more to OneNote using the Share Charm, Microsoft Edge, Clipper, Office Lens, and dozens of other apps and services 

Get organised

  • Search and find anything in your notes, including handwritten ink and the text in pictures

  • Quickly access your most recent notes, complete with visual previews of each page

  • One-click access to to-do lists with check boxes 

Made for Teamwork

  • Easily share your notebooks and notes with colleagues, family, and friends 

  • Plan vacations, share meeting minutes or lecture notes with people around you

  • Edit notes together and see changes in real time 

Always with you

  • Your notes travel with you whether you're at home, in the office, or on the go

  • Notes are automatically saved and synced in the cloud, so you always have the latest on all your devices

  • Your notebooks look familiar on all your devices, so you can pick up where you left off on your desktop, tablet, or mobile device