Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Edition | All Things Admin Training Center

Have you created a procedures manual but need a better solution for sharing it?

Or maybe you’ve heard of Microsoft OneNote but don’t know where to get started using it?

Introducing the OneNote Edition of our best-selling All Things Admin Administrative Procedures Toolkit!

It’s everything you need to quickly get started creating your administrative procedures manual in a digital notebook that mirrors the print version of your existing procedures binder. Better yet — we’ve done all of the setup and design work for you!

The Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Template is delivered in a downloadable OneNote Package File (*.onepkg).

IMPORTANT: You must have OneNote 2010, 2013, or 2016 Desktop Version installed on your computer in order to open the OneNote Package file. To install or reinstall OneNote 2016, visit this link.

Once you have the OneNote Package file saved and opened on your computer, then it can also be opened and used with the Windows 10 version of OneNote.

FOR MAC USERS: OneNote Package Files cannot be opened on MACs. If you have a PC computer, you can download the file, open it and save it to the file location you want to access it from (Sharepoint, network drive, etc), and then you should be able to open it from OneNote on your MAC. This is the only way to get a clean copy of the template on your MAC computer (until Microsoft fixes this issue).

What is the Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Edition?

It is a digital procedures notebook that allows you to create tabs for each section of your binder and pages for each procedure. It syncs to a private or shared drive so you can access the information from any phone, tablet, or computer with the OneNote app installed.

Why do I need the Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Edition?

In case of an emergency or disaster response, you need a backup plan. Some situations warrant having your procedures in print so you can physically refer to them if you lose power or Internet access. Other situations require access to your procedures from anywhere and any device at a moment’s notice. So you need a print and digital version of your procedures for optimal business continuity and disaster preparedness.

What if I don’t have or know how to use OneNote?

OneNote is a free program you can download from Microsoft here. It integrates with the Microsoft Office Suite and uses similar functionality so it is quick and easy to learn. It comes with a sample notebook and tutorial videos to help you get started quickly. Plus, we offer a training webinar called “Capture, Organize, and Share Anything with OneNote” that you can register for here.

Let’s take a quick tour of the Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Edition.

Get your administrative procedures manual converted into a digital notebook immediately with the Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Edition! We’ll help you get started.

Introductory Price: $117 (Single User License)

To license this OneNote Notebook for your entire company, contact us for more details.

The Administrative Procedures Toolkit OneNote Template is delivered in a downloadable OneNote Package File (*.onepkg).

IMPORTANT: You must have OneNote 2010, 2013, or 2016 Desktop Version installed on your computer in order to open the OneNote Package file. To install or reinstall OneNote 2016, visit this link.

Once you have the OneNote Package file saved and opened on your computer, then it can also be opened and used with the Windows 10 version of OneNote.

FOR MAC USERS: OneNote Package Files cannot be opened on MACs. If you have a PC computer, you can download the file, open it and save it to the file location you want to access it from (Sharepoint, network drive, etc), and then you should be able to open it from OneNote on your MAC. This is the only way to get a clean copy of the template on your MAC computer (until Microsoft fixes this issue).