Archives For OneNote
Are you in to Tablet PCs? Wanna take a sneak peak at inking in Word and OneNote 2010? Then take a quick look at this GBM Shortcut video where I demo inking, screen capturing, and customizing pen favorites.
Just the other day we let everyone know about a new notetaking application in development: OneNote for iPhone. The MS Team has just posted a registration page if you'd like to beta test the software.
I've been in correspondence with TheMSTeam who let me know that they working on a OneNote application for the iPhone. They have been soliciting my feedback regarding prioritization of features for a version 1.0 release. If you are interested in beta testing this a...
Will OneNote be the one, or will Evernote be forever? You decide at Lifehacker's Battle of the Desktop Note-Taking Apps! Yes, the productivity blog Lifehacker has put it to their readers to decide which desktop note-taking app will reign supreme.
Reporting and analyzing the news is always easier when you make up the facts and in GBM Podcast#71, Xavier and Warner take CNBC's tech reporter Jim Goldman to task for his recent fantasy Mac that he used to compare to a PC.
I know some folks will be happy to hear this. David Rasmussen of the OneNote Team has put out a solution that will allow those using 64bit machines to finally use the Print to OneNote function that comes in so handy with that great program.
John Guinn of the OneNote Team, in a post about setting up and maintaing hardware links to another of his posts about how he and the team are using Twitter to monitor thoughts and feedback about OneNote.
If you love OneNote like many of us at GottaBeMobile, then you need to checkout IHeartOneNote.com, a new user community for OneNote fanatics. .
The folks at OneNote are showing off a new add on that got developed by the folks at Office Labs. That's the new home of former OneNote Wonder Chris Pratley so the blood lines are pretty solid here.
OneNote's Daniel Escapa posted up a screenshot of the new OneNote 14 Ã¢â‚¬" notice that OneNote 14 will finally be implementing the Office 2007 Ribbon.
Daniel Escapa's OneNote Blog has been quiet for quite some time, but he's back and telling us the hiatus from blogging has been because the OneNote team has been very busy working on the next version.
Tony Franklin, Microsoft Solution Specialist, will present a free webinar for educators about using Microsoft OneNote 2007 in the classroom on Tuesday, January 20th from 1:00 p.m.
The new year is all about getting your act together and staying on top of those emails, to-do lists, and more. Here are a few software products to help you along the way: MindJet's MindManager - a very popular application for brainstorming, managing projects, managi...
Yesterday in rehearsals for A Christmas Carol we spent the afternoon working through Act 1 and then the evening we ran through the first act twice to see what our work in the afternoon had accomplished.
I'm knee deep in Christmas, the London of Charles Dickens with Ebenezer Scrooge, and 34 actors in two casts (including 18 children) as we rehearse a new musical production of A Christmas Carol which opens November 29 at Wayside Theatre.
No real surprise here given the way things are moving, but Microsoft announced today at PDC2008 that the next version of Microsoft Office will indeed include browser based versions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and yes, OneNote.
Some points of interest for us mobile, Tablet PC and Touch users Ã¢â‚¬" This isn't going to be really a Ã¢â‚¬ËœLive Blogging', but I'll keep this post updated frequently with some important news coming form the Live Keynote going on right now! Stay Tune...
Microsoft's Office Sustained Engineering team just announced that Office 2007 Service Pack 2 will be released between February and April 2009.
With my announcement about leaving Evernote for the wonderful world of inking in OneNote, several folks have asked about how syncing is done in OneNote, the issues with using folder type syncing, etc.
Ok, I have to get this off my chest Ã¢â‚¬" I've had it with inking in Evernote Ã¢â‚¬" it is laggy, recognition is poor, it doesn't support mixing ink and text, and the pen icons are very aggravating to the eye while writing a note.
John Guinn has created a new PowerToy for OneNote that will make it easier for those to live in OneNote to create calendar pages.
Aliza Sherman, of WebWorkerDaily, has a good post on a few utilities for what she refers to as "collaborative scribbling" Bookgoo - free Scriblink - free.
GBM Forum member Blair discovered that the latest updates released just this past week resulted in the elimination of the "Send To OneNote2007" printing option.
We're three days away from opening out next show at Wayside Theatre, Moonlight and Magnolias, the story of the writing of Gone With the Wind.
Thank goodness for Twitter and FriendFeed. I just noticed Evernote's tweet letting everyone know about their new OneNote 2007 import wizard.
Lifehacker is running one of their Hive Five polls over on their site, this time it has to do with (Tablet PC's and) note-Taking tools. Head over and give you input on what tool should rank number one - or at least in the top 5. Make sure and read carefull...
We have talked about this in the past, but I thought it might be worth noting again since it came up again in a comment on Rob's Outlook post. GBM reader Steve reminded everyone of the PIFEM system. That stands for Pay it Forward Email Management syst...
One of the biggest requests folks have had when making the changeover from GoBinder to OneNote was how to port all those notes. Prior to today, the only way was to "print" them, one by one, using the OneNote 2007 printer driver.
If the folks on the OneNote team know how to do anything, it is designing great note-taking software and blogging about it OneNote team member Mike Tholfsen just began a new OneNote blog centered around education, entitled "OneNote and Education".
Daniel Escapa links to a nifty little tool for OneNote 2007 by Artem Larin. InstantNavigator allows you to enter the name/title of a note and the list of notes is instantly updated with notes that contain the matching parameters in the title.
Daniel Escapa lists a handy tip for OneNote 2007 users who also use Office Communicator 2007. OneNote joins the party: Communicator and your phone have never been closer; in fact, for some, they are one and the same.
Any aspiring writers out there in GottaBeMobile land? DailyWritingTips, a blog I thoroughly enjoy, has some really good tips for keeping a writers notebook, which is an essential tool for collecting thoughts on that budding article, story, or novel.
A short while ago word came down that there would not be a fix for those running Vista X64 machines for the missing Send to OneNote functionality until the next release of OneNote.
Already added to my RSS reader is the new OneNote Tips and Tricks Blog. Starting off with an introduction and a tip, the blog was created by Jeff Cardon from the Microsoft OneNote Team.
In addition to the work I do at GottaBeMobile.com, I also have a side project I've headed up from the early days of Tablet PCs - TabletBible.com, which brings inkable Bible texts, and other popular texts, to the Tablet PC for free.