Create a Text Note in Windows 10

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    The first thing that we need to do is click the lower-left corner of the screen to open up the start menu.
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    Now, we need to find the OneNote application.
    If we don't have it pinned to the start menu, we can click "All apps".
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    Then, we scroll down to find and click OneNote.
    We wait for it to load.
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    When OneNote loads, we need to click the "+ Page" sign to make a new text note.
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    On the right side of the screen, we can type anything.
    For example, let's name this document "VisiHow test". This will be the name of the document.
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    If we click on an empty space below, we can type the actual text.
    For example, we type "Actual text". The text will be created.
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    If we want to create another text, we can simply click anywhere else in the empty space.
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    We can type something again.
    For example, we type "anything". The text will be created as a new note.
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    We can also move these notes.
    They may overlap each other.
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    We can create a new note.
    Let's type "The new one". All of the next notes will be automatically saved. That means that we won't need to click the save icon.
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    We can simply close OneNote.
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    Now, we go back to OneNote.
    We will have our notes in OneNote.
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Recent edits by: Anonymous, Alexander Avdeev, Lukward Thomason

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