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Key Points

  • OneNote synchronizes audio notes with text notes. After you make a recording, you can click in a note, and then click the Audio icon to play back the part of the recording that was made while you wrote the note.

  • You need a microphone to record notes. To play audio notes, Windows Media Player version 8.1 or higher must be installed on your computer. This application comes with Windows XP.

  • Audio notes are saved as Windows Media Audio (.wma) files and named after the section and page name in which they are located. They are stored in the same folder as the section.

  • Click the Record button to record an audio note. As you record, write notes in note containers to describe what you are recording. Later, you can use the notes you wrote as reference points to replay parts of the audio file.

  • To play an audio note, click in the paragraph corresponding to the part of the audio note you want to play, and then click the Audio icon. Click the Pause button to temporarily stop playing the audio note, or click the Stop button to stop playing it altogether. You can click an Audio Gauge button to rewind or fast-forward a recording.

  • Click the Delete Recording button on the Audio and Video Recording toolbar to delete all audio notes on a page and its subpages. If you move an audio note to a different page, you sever the link between it and its audio file, and you can’t play the file.


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