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    My handwriting is terrible and I wanted to type up all my notes. But I want to do it in a manner which makes it easier to revise from. Any tips? Programs? Formats?
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    Notepad or wordpad docs does it for me. Doesn't use much space up either. I've literally tonnes of them.
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    Microsoft OneNote?

    Its flipping useful and a half to me.
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    (Original post by TheTechGuy)
    Microsoft OneNote?

    Its flipping useful and a half to me.
    ...Never used that or knew that something like that existed. o.O

    Any tips? I want these notes to be organised. I've opened the program but it's completely new to me. Kinda lost...
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    Evernote is a great program for organising notes, especially between platforms such as PC, Laptop, iPad, Mobile Phone, as all notes are stored on a server.
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    ...Never used that or knew that something like that existed. o.O

    Any tips? I want these notes to be organised. I've opened the program but it's completely new to me. Kinda lost...
    Ah, Yeah. I was like 'huh what does this do'

    Its simple. ish.

    I can make a guide on how to use it if you want. Should take me an hour to make at the most;

    If any one of my four laptops want to work with me today.
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    (Original post by TheTechGuy)
    Ah, Yeah. I was like 'huh what does this do'

    Its simple. ish.

    I can make a guide on how to use it if you want. Should take me an hour to make at the most;

    If any one of my four laptops want to work with me today.

    I'd love you so much if you did that! O:
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    Pretty sure OneNote has a pretty decent 'tutorial' built in.
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    If your handwriting is terrible, shouldn't you use notetaking as a form of practice so that your writing is more legible during exams?

    I have the same problem and I try to avoid typing up my notes.
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    I'd love you so much if you did that! O:
    Right, I shall get working on that now.
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    (Original post by cambo211)
    Pretty sure OneNote has a pretty decent 'tutorial' built in.
    Yep, it does.
    But its kind of rubbish.

    Confused me like anything!
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    (Original post by sleekchic)
    If your handwriting is terrible, shouldn't you use notetaking as a form of practice so that your writing is more legible during exams?

    I have the same problem and I try to avoid typing up my notes.
    I still practice, but I want to take practical notes that I can actually use rather than illegible notes that are just made for practising and can't actually be usable.
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    http://db.tt/xpWRPAP5

    Its quite basic, but should be enough to get you started.


    I would of made a more advanced one, but my schools so rubbish, theyve lost my work so I have to do it again. Doing it again took AGESS!

    i hate little ilford!
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    (Original post by TheTechGuy)
    http://db.tt/xpWRPAP5

    Its quite basic, but should be enough to get you started.


    I would of made a more advanced one, but my schools so rubbish, theyve lost my work so I have to do it again. Doing it again took AGESS!

    i hate little ilford!
    You go Little Ilford? o___O
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    (Original post by Sadian)
    You go Little Ilford? o___O

    Yaaah.
    Worst school ever.

    (I forgot to press submit like nine hours ago )
 
 
 
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