Now that Microsoft OneNote is part of the full Microsoft Office Suite, it was only a matter of time that Microsoft would launch a certification program for the product. The MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft OneNote by John Pierce is the official study guide for the certification and while written for readers seeking OneNote certification breaks down all the major OneNote tasks for using OneNote productively. Even if you aren’t angling for OneNote certification, it’s a book worth checking out to learn about OneNote more in-depth.
Pierce is a solid writer with an easy to read style and the book is well paced. All of this is important to me in a certification study guide. The screen shots are clear and accurate (they show what that reader will actually see in OneNote) and don’t degenerate into some college freshman art student’s modern art interpretation of a screen shot like they do in the MOS 2010 Study Guide for Microsoft Word.