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take note

Remember or focus on (something). Take note—this street will be closed on Monday.
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take note

Also, take notice. Pay attention, as in Take note, not one man here is wearing a tie, or The aide took notice of the boys throwing spitballs and reported them. An antonym is take no notice of, meaning "ignore," as in Take no notice of them and they'll stop teasing you. [Late 1500s] Also see take notes.
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WordLink lets users take notes in Word while recording or playing back audio, or while listening to live proceedings.
For example, a lawyer can take notes on a laptop during a trial or hearing, as can a council member or legislative representative during a public hearing.
The survey also found that while 92 percent of those who take notes at work are most comfortable doing so with pen and paper, the majority of their important information is in an electronic format residing on their PC.
Users can take notes and mark up documents in their own handwriting.