OneNote e-Trial Notebook Extras (Course)
OneNote e-Trial Notebook Extras
This is an add-on to my course entitled: “LAW TRIAL NOTEBOOK: Making a OneNote Court e-Trial Notebook (Main Course)“.
The Main Course is a study of all aspects of constructing an Electronic e-Trial Notebook using OneNote electronic notebook technology. Since constructing a good trial notebook should begin when the case first comes into the law office, this course will cover every aspect of pre-trial, trial and post-trial practice and procedure. In Part 5 of the Main Course, I teach you how to use your OneNote e-Trial Notebook during trial including:
- How to play video excerpts directly from your OneNote e-Trial Notebook;
- How to show exhibits to the judge or jury during trial directly from your OneNote e-Trial Notebook;
- How to take quick written and audio notes for cross-examination of witnesses or for other uses;
- How to use your cell phone or pad as a document scanner/camera to store copies of documents in your OneNote e-Trial Notebook for later use
In this Course, I’m going to talk to about some of the hidden extras in OneNote that you can use in your everyday law practice or to conduct activities as you prepare for trial. I’m going use the same case example we used in the Main Course – the automobile / pedestrian bicycle accident case: Winters v. Ramirez to show you some of the OneNote resources you can use to prepare for a deposition as you build your e-trial notebook in anticipation of trial including:
- Part 1 – How to create OneNote Notebook Sections and Notebook Pages for all of the events associated with an upcoming deposition;
- Part 2 – How to create Outlook Calendar and Google Calendar Meeting Details on your OneNote Notebook Pages;
- Part 3 – How to turn on Dictation to dictate notes during events and how to turn on Audio Recording to record audio during events on your OneNote Notebook Pages;
- Part 4 – How to create Drawings and insert Diagrams, photos, documents, etc on your OneNote Notebook Pages associated with meeting events and deposition events;
- Part 5 – How to replay a drawing/diagram from your OneNote Notebook that was created during a deposition.
You may also be interested in our pre-made OneNote e-Trial Notebook and/or unlimited access to all of the Bucklin’s Trial Notebook forms.