How to use linked notes in Microsoft Word. OneNote
Linked notes are a feature in Microsoft Word that allows you to link your notes to a Word document, a PowerPoint presentation or another OneNote page. Linked notes help you keep track of the source of your information and easily switch between your notes and the original content. To use linked notes, follow these steps:

– In Word, PowerPoint or OneNote, click Review – Linked Notes.
– In the Select Location dialog box, pick a location for the new notes page and click OK. If you select a section, a new page will be created in it. If you select an existing page, your linked notes will be added to that page.
– A small OneNote icon will appear in the taskbar, indicating that you are in linked notes mode. You can also see the name of the source document or presentation in the OneNote title bar.
– Start taking notes in OneNote. You can type, draw, insert images, audio, video or web clippings. As you take notes, OneNote will automatically create links to the corresponding sections or slides in the source document or presentation.
– To view the source of a linked note, hover over the small icon next to the note. A thumbnail of the section or slide will appear. You can click on the thumbnail to open the source document or presentation and go to the exact location of the link.
– To stop taking linked notes, click Review – Linked Notes again or close. the OneNote window. Linked Notes tutorial.


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