CIAOPS Need to Know Microsoft 365 Webinar – January

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Join me for the free monthly CIAOPS Need to Know webinar and the first for 2022. Along with all the Microsoft Cloud news we’ll be taking a look at using OneNote for collaboration.

Shortly after registering you should receive an automated email from Microsoft Teams confirming your registration, including all the event details as well as a calendar invite.

You can register for the regular monthly webinar here:

January Webinar Registrations

(If you are having issues with the above link copy and paste – https://bit.ly/n2k2201 – into your browser)

The details are:

CIAOPS Need to Know Webinar – January 2022
Friday 28th of January 2021
11.00am – 12.00am Sydney Time

All sessions are recorded and posted to the CIAOPS Academy.

The CIAOPS Need to Know Webinars are free to attend but if you want to receive the recording of the session you need to sign up as a CIAOPS patron which you can do here:

http://www.ciaopspatron.com

or purchase them individually at:

http://www.ciaopsacademy.com/

Also feel free at any stage to email me directly via director@ciaops.com with your webinar topic suggestions.

I’d also appreciate you sharing information about this webinar with anyone you feel may benefit from the session and I look forward to seeing you there.

CIAOPS Need to Know Microsoft 365 Webinar–November

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The most under utilised tool in the Microsoft suite is OneNote. Join us for a deep dive into what OneNote is and how to make the most from it personally and professionally. There is also plenty of news that I’ll cover as well as open Q and A for any questions you may have.

You can register for the regular monthly webinar here:

November  Webinar Registrations

The details are:

CIAOPS Need to Know Webinar – November 2020
Friday 27th of November 2020
11.00am – 12.00am Sydney Time

All sessions are recorded and posted to the CIAOPS Academy.

The CIAOPS Need to Know Webinars are free to attend but if you want to receive the recording of the session you need to sign up as a CIAOPS patron which you can do here:

http://www.ciaopspatron.com

or purchase them individually at:

http://www.ciaopsacademy.com/

Also feel free at any stage to email me directly via director@ciaops.com with your webinar topic suggestions.

I’d also appreciate you sharing information about this webinar with anyone you feel may benefit from the session and I look forward to seeing you there.

Enabling legacy navigation in modern OneNote app

There are a couple of current versions of OneNote at the moment. Being a traditional OneNote user, I’m pretty wedded to my desktop version of OneNote 2016. However, I am moving more and more to the modern version of OneNote that typically looks like:


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If you prefer the traditional way of viewing notebooks and tabs but you like the modern OneNote then try the following in the modern OneNote app.


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Select the ellipse (three dots) in the top right of the app and then Settings from the menu that appears as shown above.


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From the menu that appears, select Options.


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Locate the Legacy navigation panes from under the Navigation heading and set this option to On as shown. You’ll most likely then need to restart the OneNote application.


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After doing so, you’ll see the ‘traditional’ navigation as shown above.

OneNote error code 0XE0001462 bukxq 19999

I received the not so helpful error code OXE0001462bukxq 19999 on an iOS device when trying to sync some OneNote notebooks.

This error I believed was the because I was mixing and matching identities on the device and inside OneNote. The result was that the notebooks would load into OneNote, I could see the sections but not any pages. I will also say that I was also playing with Intune app protection policies at the same time on the device, which probably really didn’t help.

To get rid of the error I figured that I needed to change the login credentials for each notebook. Problem was I couldn’t see how to do that within OneNote.

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Turns out, what I needed to do was go into the iOS Settings, select OneNote and then down the bottom you’ll find an option to Reset OneNote as shown above.

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Once you select that you’ll see the above screen giving you the option to Delete all notebooks or Delete Login credentials, which is what I selected.

I then restarted OneNote and re-authenticated to the notebooks and I was away. An easy fix when you know how, just wish the error message was a little bit more helpful. However, in the end, problem solved and new lesson learned.

CIAOPS Need to Know Office 365 Webinar–November

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This month we are going to look at one of my favourite applications – OneNote. OneNote is a digital notebook and can be used for a variety of tasks and has many, many benefits which I’ll dive you. OneNote will truly change the way you work and help you to be better organised, more productive and use less paper across everywhere you work and play. I’ll also cover off all the latest Microsoft Cloud news and update to make you even MORE productive!

You can register for the regular monthly webinar here:

November Webinar Registrations

The details are:

CIAOPS Need to Know Webinar – November 2018
Thursday 22nd of November 2018
11am – 12am Sydney Time

All sessions are recorded and posted to the CIAOPS Academy.

There of course will also be open Q and A so make sure you bring your questions for me and I’ll do my best to answer them.

The CIAOPS Need to Know Webinars are free to attend but if you want to receive the recording of the session you need to sign up as a CIAOPS patron which you can do here:

http://www.ciaopspatron.com

or purchase them individually at:

http://www.ciaopsacademy.com/

Also feel free at any stage to email me directly via director@ciaops.com with your webinar topic suggestions.

I’d also appreciate you sharing information about this webinar with anyone you feel may benefit from the session.