How I Use Microsoft OneNote for My Genealogy Research

 

Open or Download the Surname Notebooks or the Research Quandaries Notebook

 

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View on OneDrive

Surname Notebook – Sources sorted by Record Type

View on OneDrive

Surname Notebook – Sources sorted in Chronological Order

View on OneDrive

Research Quandaries Notebook

Link to “By Record Type” Surname Notebook Link to “Chronological Sources” Surname Notebook Link to Research Quandaries Notebook
Surname Notebook by Record Type PDF Surname Notebook in Chronological Order PDF

 

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A Quick Tour Through My Surname Notebooks

Part 1 – Quirks of My Notebooks – The Main Sections

Part 2 – More Quirks – Section Groups & Sections

Part 3 – Quirks Continued – Pages For Family Groups

Who goes where – Family Group Records

 

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OneNote A-Z
Getting Started

Access OneNote Anywhere

Basics of OneNote

Research Nirvana

Create a OneNote Notebook

Labeling Notebook Sections

Managing Pages in OneNote

Part 1 – Quirks of My Notebooks – The Main Sections

Part 2 – More Quirks – Section Groups & Sections

Part 3 – Quirks Continued – Pages For Family Groups

Organizing Your Research

Your Notebooks

Gather Your Research Documents

Attaching Files in OneNote

Inserting Files & Images in OneNote

Printing to OneNote

 

 

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Templates in Surname Notebooks

Census Chart

Initial Research Pages

Cuntz Closed Cold Case

Research Plan

Timelines

Genealogy Do-Over: Cycle 2 Week 2

The Butcher, Baker and Candlestick Maker

 

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Research Quandaries Notebook

Intro to my Research Quandaries Notebook

Example: Cuntz Closed Cold Case

 

 

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Erin Williamson Klein
New York to Nevada
Started my research in 1993

Following the GPS!

Sourced Database Statistics:

2 of 2 people identified in 1st generation
3 of 4 people identified in 2nd generation
6 of 8 people identified in 3rd generation
12 of 16 people identified in 4th generation
22 of 32 people identified in 5th generation
26 of 64 people identified in 6th generation
20 of 128 people identified in 7th generation
8 of 256 people identified in 8th generation
8 of 512 people identified in 9th generation

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