Many of you have expressed interest in getting the Bibles that I’ve created for GoBinder into a OneNote file format. Some early testing with beta users proved that the format and structure would work and be ideal for taking notes on the Bible text, but that we would need to wait until the public beta for some package and deployment fixes to be made by Microsoft.
Well, with the public beta release of OneNote 2007 last week, I’ve now moved passed the testing stages and into production of the English Standard Version for OneNote 2007 and New King James Version for OneNote 2007. I should have these completed by July 1. You will finally be able to ink and take notes directly on to your Bible in OneNote in modern translations. Just like the GoBinder versions, the OneNote versions will also be free.
I’ll post an update here when they are done and you can also check out the status at www.TabletBible.com.
Download the sample Notebook package at https://www.tabletbible.com/esv.onepkg . Only Genesis, Exodus, and Leviticus are implemented right now. After downloading, double-click to install the Notebook. OneNote 2007 is required.
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