How to Create Microsoft OneNote Calendar

Microsoft OneNote allows users to use its notes as if they were paper, making them widely customized to their taste of design. One of the best ways someone can make use of this feature is by using Microsoft OneNote’s customizable nature to create a calendar in their notes. how-to-create-microsoft-onenote-calendar

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How to Create Microsoft OneNote Calendar

A calendar is a good way to journal as it can help the user keep notes on important dates and events. Microsoft OneNote can be used by witty and creative planners to create an accessible online journal that can be accessed on the user’s OneDrive.

  • Step 1: Launching Microsoft OneNote

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    To create a calendar on Microsoft OneNote the user may use either the web or the desktop version of Microsoft OneNote. After opening the software or program the user will then have to either pick an empty note or a note where they want to create their calendar.

  • Step 2: Opening the Insert Toolbar

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    The tool required for creating a calendar in Microsoft OneNote is located in the Insert toolbar. To access this toolbar view, the user will have to select the “Insert” button located in the upper corner of the header.

  • Step 3: Inserting the Table

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    A calendar is best made by using a 7 × 5 or 7 × 6 table, don’t worry if the user made a mistake on the size of the table as this can be easily edited later on in the process. To create or insert a table in the note, the user will first have to access the table dropdown by pressing the “Table” button which the user can find in the left corner of the window. Then the user inserts a table based on the size they chose by selecting the appropriate number of squares and clicking it.

  • Step 4: Editing the Table

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    The user will then be given access to the Table ribbon located on the header. In this ribbon, the user can increase the number of rows and columns, sort the fields or cells, and even shade the individual cells. This is automatically accessed by clicking or selecting the table. The user can also adjust the size of the rows and columns by hovering their pointer over the cell wall and dragging it to the left or right to change the size of the cell respectively.

  • Step 5: Creating a Calendar

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    After the user has edited the table, they may now input the dates of the month into the cells. To add the dates the user will have to click the empty cell they wish to type into and type out the number; moving to another cell can be easily done by pressing the tab on the cell to move to the next adjacent one. After creating the calendar, the user can move it anywhere in the note.

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FAQs

Can you use OneNote as a digital planner?

Yes, OneNote can be used as a digital planner, as it can host plenty of customizable and usable features like to-do lists, calendars, and more.

How do I create a fillable form in OneNote?

Access the Insert toolbar and insert a Form into the notebook to create a fillable form in OneNote (this feature is only available on accounts that are linked to a business or a school).

How do I create a OneNote template?

You must first select a page, table, image, note container, or a combination of these things, then head to the Insert Toolbar, select the “Page Templates” button, and click the “Save current page as a template” button on the lower right side of the window.

Can you insert a fillable PDF into OneNote?

Yes, one can achieve this by inserting the PDF into the note through the “Insert file as a printout” button in the Insert toolbar.

How do I create a checklist in OneNote?

You must first select the text or the note container and click the “To Do tag” button on the Home toolbar.