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Did you know OneNote and Outlook are well connected? You can send emails via Outlook right from OneNote. And you can track your To-Do list in both of them at the same time. This post shows you how.
There's a new video available on our OneNote 2010 Beta Documentation site that explains in about 90 seconds how easy it is to learn and use OneNote's organizational features.
The video is fast becoming our most popular Beta content so far. If you know someone who's new to OneNote or still getting started with it, please share this video with them. The response to it has been overwhelmingly positive — from newbies and loyal users alike. If you like it, too, please consider leaving some feedback about it.
Oh look, fall is here again! Which means that it's time to head back to school.
For Senior Microsoft Product Manager Ayça Yüksel, the words "back to school" conjure up visions of late-night exam preps, illegible handwriting on classroom blackboards, not to mention bad cafeteria food. Sound familiar?
Back when Ayça was in school, there was no OneNote. But that hasn't stopped her from compiling a list of her five favorite "Wish I'd had that back then!" features in Microsoft OneNote 2010. Read the full blog post to see how her favorite features compare to your own.
Want to get started using OneNote? This post is the first in a series covering OneNote basics.
Some of you might want to know what OneNote is. It's the ultimate digital notebook. Think of it as a giant container where you can collect and organize all sorts of information. You can use it as a scrapbook, photo album, research notebook, and more. Today we show you how to set one up.
For Kelvin Dueck, a Math and Science teacher from the town of Pitt Meadows in Canada, using OneNote 2010 on his Windows Tablet PC has turned out to be one of the best-ever teaching solutions he could have hoped for — both inside and outside of his classroom.
After Kelvin had sent a spontaneous letter to a member of the OneNote team here at Microsoft, Office writers Michael C. Oldenburg and Jennifer Bost wanted to learn more about this teacher's story and packed up for a road trip to British Columbia.
Read the full blog post to meet Kelvin and his students and to watch the video that Michael and Jennifer filmed during their visit.
Guest blogger Christina Tynan-Wood has been covering technology for decades at Family Circle and at blogs GeekGirlfriends.com and Family Circle's Momster. Her son Cole (16) is "very good at appearing to listen when he isn't paying any attention at all. Thankfully though, in this digital age, his high-school teachers tend to take a liberal attitude toward the use of technology. As long he is quietly using his tech as a study aide (not to cheat, text, or watch TV), his teachers quietly turn a blind eye.
So, to bolster my hope of someday celebrating college acceptance letters with him, I decided to teach him how to use Microsoft OneNote - in conjunction with his Windows Phone -- to improve his note taking skills."
Our introductory webinar on OneNote was popular, but lots of you wanted to know more than the basics. In this week's webinar, you'll learn five cool things most users don't know about. We will also go over a few basics for the beginners. We start at 9:15 am Pacific Time with a Q&A to follow. Click the link below or go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
Sure, school is only just slowly getting back in session. And yet, before you know it, one of your teachers will spring that first pop quiz on you. Memorization drills aren't exactly a ton of fun right after summer, but did you know that you can create quick and easy flashcards using the built-in outlining features in OneNote?
Flashcards are a great way to test your knowledge when you're learning a foreign language, studying historical facts and dates, or when you need to learn and memorize anything else that can be tested in a question-and-answer format.
Read my full blog post to learn how you can create and keep all of your flashcards in OneNote, where you can easily use, reorganize, or modify them.
Now that Microsoft OneNote Mobile for iPhone has been available in the United States for a few weeks and has even had a couple of updates, we wanted to let you know about a great resource that can help you with any questions you might have about the app. It's the OneNote forum on the Microsoft Answers website, which is continuously monitored by the OneNote team, who actively responds to and participates in discussions there.
Read the full blog post to learn how you can visit this forum from inside of the OneNote iPhone app and to read answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
Do you like to test out new recipes? When you find a good one, I bet you hang on to it. When one falls flat, you scratch it from your collection fast. And then there's that outrageous dessert you brought to the holiday party-everyone wants a copy of that recipe! How do you keep track?
A really cool OneNote recipe book can help you out. Take a peek by clicking here to download it. Looks good, doesn't it? It's got a chicken marsala dish your Mom would love and others that sound yummy. But if you've got a culinary habit, you no doubt think it's missing some. No worries-this recipe book lets you add recipes, remove the busts, and share favorites with family and friends.