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How often can you get to Key West when you’re from its opposite corner—the Pacific Northwest? I went to Key West to dry out, see wildly different flora and fauna, and sample southern and Cuban cuisine.
I wanted to remember every last second so I created a running travelogue in a OneNote notebook with photos, favorite restaurant info, and my notes. I’ll walk you through my notebook to show you how to add that type of content to your own.
Now that you know how to set up a notebook, add stuff to it, and find everything fast, what other useful things can you learn to do in OneNote? How about the fact that you can record and add audio? And video? In this post you'll learn how to do both.
One of the oldest recipes ever to be discovered is a 4000-year-old beer formula recorded on a clay tablet. Those brew masters would envy the ways we catalog recipes today: a scrawled family recipe on an index card, bookmarked recipes from Allrecipe.com, or the batter-splattered page of your mom's cookbook.
But how the heck do you organize them so you can find one when it's time to cook?
It's really easy. You put all of them (except for the 4000-year-old clay tablet) in OneNote. It lets you drop in screen clippings, scanned images of handwritten recipes, and even recorded reminders to go slow on the hot pepper sauce.
Last week, you saw how easy it is to set up and share a OneNote notebook on SkyDrive. This week, let's learn more about putting that holiday notebook to good use.
I'm a big fan of prepping way ahead for the holidays. In keeping with the holiday theme, I'll show you how you can use OneNote 2010 to capture your favorite Turkey Day recipes, build shopping lists, and then share these with your friends and family. Read my full blog post to learn more.
According to a recent Bloomberg article, the home improvement industry is expected to rebound by more than 13% for the period of April through June 2011. If a home remodel is on your To Do list this summer, your timing is perfect. We've created a free home remodel planner for Microsoft OneNote 2010 that can help you get the job done on budget and on time.
Learn eight easy steps to getting your home remodel project off the ground and see how our free OneNote notebook can help.
In response to some feature and performance issues that some of our users had reported on the OneNote 2010 forum on the Microsoft Answers site, the development team has released an update for the full version of Microsoft OneNote 2010. It improves the display of search results and inserted documents, and it improves Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and indexing features in OneNote 2010.
Read the full blog post to learn more about this optional update and where to download it for free.
Ready to dive into those bulky travel books and endless websites to research your choices for your next vacation? Consider how and where you're going to collect all of that information. Remember how much time you wasted on your last trip, shuffling through all of the printouts and note scribbles to find your sightseeing tips from friends and coworkers, or any of your flight, hotel, and tour confirmations?
Didn't you wish there was a better way to keep everything in one place?
Read the full blog post to download and customize our free OneNote 2010 travel notebook and learn why OneNote 2010 is the perfect travel companion — before, during, and even after your trip!
In the midst of the holidays (and all the travel and family obligations that come with them), there's something else that looms overhead for students: That nagging exam schedule.
Even in times of stress, we humans tend to stick with what we know and don't always know how to help ourselves. For this reason, we decided to cull the collective knowledge of the Web — and also do a little cold calling of professors on behalf of our student readers — to gather the best advice for studying and preparing for exams. We also sprinkled a little OneNote wisdom on top.
Read our Top 10 study tips and then share your own!
Are you a student heading back to class this fall or a home user on a budget? Want to use the full version of OneNote 2010 on multiple computers?
Well, you don't need to do a lot of math to check the best deal on what amounts to 3 full copies of OneNote 2010 for one low price.
A standalone copy of OneNote retails for around $79.99 at national resellers, but if you purchase OneNote as part of the Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010 edition, you can save big. It's the only version of Microsoft Office that lets you install its programs on up to three family computers at no extra charge.
Read (and share) my full blog post for details about this great deal. It's just in time for the new school year!
This year, more than two million brides will plan their dream weddings by putting together their collections of wedding images and inspirations. Traditionally, brides have relied on separate documents, emails, and even spiral-bound paper notebooks to capture all of the necessary details. In the digital age, this is a one-way ticket to Bridezilla-ville!
Best-selling author and wedding expert Sharon Naylor explains why our free wedding planner template for Microsoft OneNote 2010 is the perfect wedding companion for everyone.