Microsoft OneNote is a program that gathers your notes and makes it convenient for you to share those notes with other users. You can attach a OneNote file to an email or upload it to a website and share the link. If you aren't able to connect to the Intenet, another option for sharing files is to use a USB drive to store your OneNote files and then transfer those notes to another computer.
Insert the USB drive into a USB port on your computer. Wait for the computer to recognize the drive; you should hear an audible beep or see a message pop up on your screen stating that the drive has been recognized.
Open OneNote. Click "File" and then click "Save As."
Browse your computer for the USB drive and click on it.
Tips & Warnings
- If you want to share your notes with people who don't have OneNote, click "File" and then click "Publish Pages" instead of "Save." You can save your notes as a Microsoft Word file or a single file Web page. Publishing as a single file Web page means that your notes can be seen by anyone with a Web browser.
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