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Old 08-03-2020, 05:47 PM
FireMed FireMed is offline Onenote Collaboration use Windows 10 Onenote Collaboration use Office 2010
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Hello. I am new to Onenote but have been using it a bit and watching YouTube vids on it. I am thinking of utilizing it in our volunteer Fire Department but would like to run the idea by someone more experianced.



I am thinking of creating a Notebook for my Officers that contains different sections that we can all contribute into. These sections would include an up-to-date training calendar; our meeting minutes, call and training records (can you put excel into it?); and any projects individuals are working on.

So what do you think? Would this work?
I know there are a lot of steps in this, but I would appreciate someone giving me an idea if I'm on track or way off.

Thanks
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