Here are a couple of interesting OneNote items to peruse today. We haven’t reached RTM for OneNote 2007 and already the OneNote team is looking ahead to future development. There is a request on the OneNote Extensibility & More blog for you to send in your notes (either 2003 or 2007.)
Why do we want your notes? That is a great question and really it is about understanding how you take notes. How do people organize their notes? Do users use note flags? How do you ink? What do your notes look like? Do you use fonts and styles for a lot of items? Do your notes look right after upgrading?
All the details can be found here. So send your notes.
Also of interest, is this post on David Rasmussen’s blog. He outlines why the file structure of OneNote 2003 and 2007 are different.
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