OneNote 2016 3-Part Series | All Things Admin Training Center

OneNote 2016 Training Series for Administrative Professionals

For admins, keeping track of all of the details is essential.

Whether it’s creating effective systems for minute taking, follow-up on action items, travel planning, procedures documentation, or developing communication systems that are easy for your executives to scan for information, organization is a vital skill for success-minded admins.

Microsoft OneNote can help you better organize and systematize all of the key functions you are responsible for.

If you haven’t figured out how to use OneNote yet, now is your chance!

Here is what each training session will specifically cover:

Part 1: Getting Started Using OneNote 2016

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • The fundamentals of OneNote – notebook structure, where to save it, using it on multiple devices
  • Creating notebooks
  • Organizing notebooks – pages, sub-pages, tabs, color-coding
  • Exploring tags and creating custom tags for projects and specific types of tasks
  • Inserting files, screenshots, and links

Part 2: Sharing, Collaborating, and Using Key Functions in OneNote 2016

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • Sharing notebooks
  • Creating page templates for your notebooks (e.g. procedures, meeting minutes, travel itineraries, project plans)
  • Using search effectively
  • Using history to track changes and updates
  • Using the OneNote clipper
  • Reviewing and setting up default save locations
  • Setting up QuickNotes

Part 3: Integrating OneNote 2016 with other Office Suite Programs

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • Using OneNote with Outlook (e.g. meeting invites, sharing meeting notes, etc.)
  • Using OneNote with Word (e.g. Linked notes, links to files, etc.)
  • Using OneNote with PowerPoint (e.g. Linked notes, links to files, etc.)
  • Using OneNote with Excel
  • Printing to OneNote
  • Handwritten notes and OCR/Text on images

Course Materials
  • Detailed workbooks for each session, with a specific plan of action for implementing what you learn.
Completion Certificates

When you complete these training sessions, you’ll automatically be awarded a downloadable completion certificate that you can print and include in your professional portfolio, annual review folder, and other career documentation.

Not sure how to get started with OneNote? This 3-part series will help!

Get Started Using OneNote.

Leverage Key OneNote Features. 

Integrate OneNote With Your Microsoft Office Suite.

Learn how to use OneNote 2016 to work more efficiently, increase productivity, and collaborate successfully. 

Purchase each session individually for $97 – OR – get all three sessions for $197!

How It Works

Register for the Course

We will email you the training portal login and viewing details for each session as soon as you register.

Schedule Time to Watch the Training

Reserve the time on your calendar now so you can watch each session and begin applying what you learn.

Be Prepared for the Future

Position yourself to improve communication and collaboration on your team. 

OneNote 2016 3-Part Training Series

(Single-user Registration)

$197 for all 3 sessions


$97 per individual session

IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are an AdminPro Training VIP Pass member, do NOT register. This is automatically included in your annual membership. Log in to the Member Home page, click on Training Library, click on Training On Demand, scroll to the session title. 

If you’re not a member yet, now is a great time to join! You can learn more about VIP Pass membership here.

Julie Perrine
Founder & CEO, All Things Admin

Meet Your Instructor

Julie Perrine is the founder of All Things Admin. She is also an enthusiastic trainer, author, Certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Administrator, perpetual planner, longtime thimble collector, and adoring aunt.

As a former executive assistant and an advocate of the administrative profession, Julie encourages admins to be prepared, hone their skills, and always keep their minds open to new career opportunities. Her mission is to help assistants thrive, build and strengthen their professional relationships, and become assets to their executives and organizations.

She believes that people in the administrative profession have the ability to go anywhere they want to professionally – from a desk in the C-suite supporting a top executive to becoming an executive and running their own business. Her upbeat, step-by-step approach to handling the opportunities and challenges admins face includes proactive strategies for developing a plan, creating forward motion, and achieving great results.