OneNote

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Get Me Rewrite!

I’m neck deep into another production for Wayside Theatre and this project is a fascinating original work based on the stories and poems of Edgar Allan P...
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Getting Down and Dirty with OneNote

TabletPCBuzz.com just began another video series entitled: Down and Dirty. The video series will be focused on short software how-to's and tutorials. Their f...
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Making Page Templates in OneNote 2007

Folks are always finding better ways to personalize their notetaking experience in OneNote - from notebook and section organization, to scanning, to using tem...
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OneNote Printout Manager Released

This latest powertoy from Jeff Cardon, called OneNote Printout Manager, looks like a winner for those of us that print a lot of documents to OneNote. You'...
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OneNote on a Mac?

This is interesting. Microsoft’s Mac Unit is hearing from users that they’d like to see OneNote on a Mac. Nadyne, who works in Microsoft’s Ma...
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OneNote 2007 Helps You Go Green

More OneNote 2007 news today. If you're looking to reduce your environmental footprint by cutting down on printing, copying, and preparing for meetings and tra...
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Mark Cuban Needs a Tablet PC

Mark Cuban says he has forgotten how to write. I literally couldn't take notes fast enough because as I wrote, I realized I couldn't read my own writing. No...
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Cool Tool: Roll Up Those Windows

Do you use OneNote 2007’s SideNote Feature to keep quick notes on your screen? Do you ever have to make a choice between closing it or keeping it open to...
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Automation and OneNote 2007

This looks very interesting if you are looking for a way to automate some of your OneNote 2007 activities. Once again, Daniel Escapa links to an intriguing bit...
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OneNote 2007 Review From ThinkDigit

I use Microsoft OneNote 2007 constantly and frequently forget that there are folks who have never come in contact with what I consider one of the Killer Apps o...