It is a slow trickle, but it is starting. In a blog post, David Rasmussen is letting us know that the OneNote team is anxious to start getting information about OneNote 2010 out to the public. That’s good. I think the legions of OneNote fans are eager to hear it. Remember, OneNote is the killer app that Microsoft has wanted to keep secret for some reason. Let’s hope that’s about to change.
What David tells us in this post is that OneNote 2010 users will have access to their files via full web access and enhanced sharing capabilities. He also lets us know that OneNote 2010 will be available as a part of the Office 2010 Professional Plus SKU. There’s no word on what other SKUs it will or will not be included with.
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