Effective Examination and Cross-examination using MP3 Audio and Microsoft OneNote – Part II, How to Link the Text and Audio

Using OneNote At Trial Using OneNote At Trial

This is Part II of the series of entries on linking audio and text using OneNote for use in court or really for any other forum in which one would want to be able to locate specific sections on audio.  It would work either literally or descriptively.  For example, the text may read something like “Bird Sounds”, describing the content, or “I am talking”, quoting the content itself.

I hope that the attached video is self-explanatory.  Please feel free to ask questions or engage in discussion, as I am always learning more about these applications!

OneNote Audio – Part II


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