Introduce the new Microsoft Notion clone of office
The Microsoft Office clone, or NOTION, is a free personal productivity suite. It has one of the most intuitive interfaces because it is designed to look like and function as part of the user’s own Desktop and Applications Folder. This article will go through steps on how to use the seven-step document template for writing an outline from start to finish using NOTION. It will show the various ways NOTION organizes the .DOC files. How to use this software with different document styles and programs, and how NOTION includes all of them in a single document. If a person has ever struggled with Microsoft Office, this is the article for them.
1. (Step 1) Buy NOTION from www.notion.net . If a person wants to buy it, they will be directed to the website of their local software dealer and can use the printing method of their choice. After downloading the software, a person will receive an email with installation instructions within two days after purchase. The user will have 30 days to evaluate product.
2. (Step 2) Open the installer and put it on the Desktop, because in general, NOTION will be used from the Desktop.
3. (Step 3) Double-click on the installer to begin installation. The user will have to agree to a EULA before continuing with installation.
4. (Step 4) Wait for installation to complete and run NOTION after restarting computer.
5. (Step 5) Click on the first icon on the launcher to open the Notion app.
Compare and contrast features with original Microsoft Office
Before going over how to use the seven-step, it is important to know and be able to recognize other features of the document template. The original Microsoft Office has a myriad of tools that allow users to complete many tasks in the creation, proofing and publishing of print, web or electronic documents. NOTION takes many of these tools into consideration and creates a simple and effective interface for sucess. For example, Microsoft Word has a plethora of fonts. The standard font choices are Times New Roman, Arial, Courier and Lucida. NOTION simplifies this process by only letting users choose from the following 12 fonts: Calibri, Cambria, Georgia, Verdana, Trebuchet MS, Palatino Linotype, Book Antiqua, Comic Sans MS, Tahoma and Segoe Print for the font selection. These fonts were chosen because they are easy to read and look good on any sized document.
Showcase how easy it is to use and navigate
The seven-step document template takes the user through a simple and concise process that uses drag-and-drop. The structure is based on the golden ratio of 1:1.618, which is used to design artwork such as sculptures, paintings and logos. Here are the seven steps: 1.) TOOLBOX: The Toolbox is first seen when the program is opened. It contains all of the necessary tools to create a document, such as buttons for creating a new note and image or video. 2.) NOTES: This is the place where the user inputs their notes and drafts their content. 3.) OUTLINE: The outline is where you put your notes and organize them into a coherent structure with subheadings and sub-subheadings. 4.) ARCHIVES: The Archive is where you can back-up documents, effectively saving them as PDFs. 5.) DOCUMENT: This is the ‘book’ that is created in the document template. The document is designed based on Lao Tsu’s book “The Art of War.” Lao guides us through the steps we already take to create our documents: 1) notes 2) outline 3) archive 4) document. 6. ANALYTICS: This is where you read your notes and view your documents. Your notes are displayed in a plain white font and can be sorted through.
For more information, please read Microsoft Notion’s Blog Article [Articles’ base url as seen here is http://blog.microsoft.com/2017/04/05/note-taking-with-microsoft-notion/ … please open the article in a new window to see the article properly; always use the original link to avoid dead links]
Provide a few tips and tricks for getting started
It is always good to use a seven-step document template because it requires each step of the process to be completed before going onto the next one. This keeps users on track and prevents the need for extra steps. Here are some tips and tricks to help get started with NOTION: 1.) The name of your document, as well as its date and time are automatically set in the first one that you create. 2.) If you need extra paper, try using a printable document template from Microsoft Press, like this article about Microsoft Word. 3.) If you want to give it a new look, use the custom styles tab to create a completely different look. 4.) To create a hyperlink, find the word “Hyperlink” in the breadcrumb trail at the end of the outline. 5.) When using Office Assistant or any other tools that access individual files, be certain that your .DOC file is saved before using them. 6.) All notes can be deleted by clicking on their corresponding note in the outline, found after step 4. 7. If you want to make all your information accessible to everyone, consider using the tools in Office Assistant. Microsoft has many helpful, free software tools to help you get started on a laptop and use Microsoft products more easily. For more information about using Office Assistant on the web, go to http://www.questionsandanswers.com/faq/troubleshooting/faq-tricks_1018298962 7ivX9c1rpYz.html.
“Microsoft notion clone office” : “Provide a few tips and tricks for getting started”
“microsoft notion clone office” : “Provide a few tips and tricks for getting started”