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It's time for our roundup of news, stories, and tips about Microsoft OneNote 2010, the OneNote Web App, and OneNote Mobile from right here on the Office Blogs and all around the Web during the month of May. Read the full blog post for the full list and, as always, don't forget to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter, too!
This week, we're celebrating the one-year anniversary of Microsoft Office 2010 and OneNote is a big part of the party.
In honor of this milestone, OneNote Product Manager Erika Palmer shares how she uses OneNote to keep track of all the wines that she's tried over the years, regardless of where she's at. The best part? She and her friends can view and edit the notebook wherever they are, thanks to OneNote Mobile and the OneNote Web App. Read the full blog post for some tips from Erika about using OneNote to collect and organize everything you want to keep in one place — notes, photos, videos, audio clips, and more!
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.
Summer is here! Are you still planning a vacation, but you're not sure where to go?
Dozens of travel bloggers from around the globe are sharing what each of their favorite 40 cities has to offer in a collection of downloadable TripBooks. You can use the free OneNote Web App to view each guide and then use OneNote 2010 to add your own content, photos, links, ideas, and itinerary before taking these notebooks on your next getaway. We've even included some "how to" videos to help you get started.
Want to learn more about using OneNote 2010 but formal training materials aren't your thing?
Put down your notes for a moment and have a look at Ribbon Hero 2, the sequel to our popular training game for Microsoft Office 2010. It's the first version to include OneNote — plus it's fun and it's free!
Read the full blog post to learn how you can test your skills or compete against co-workers and friends in good fun.
April was a busy month for OneNote. Read the full blog post for this month's roundup of news, stories, and tips about our favorite Office program from right here on the Microsoft Office Blog and from all around the web. And don't forget to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter, too!
Let's be honest: Corporate websites typically aren't much to write home about. This month, however, we're pretty excited about OneNote getting some cool new digs!
Built on HTML5, we've created a digital canvas (much like OneNote itself) that you can interact with and explore. Simply fire up Internet Explorer 9, move your mouse over the objects, and click any items of interest to learn more. We'll keep adding new content in the coming weeks and months, so give it a try and let us know how you like the change.
Read the full blog post to learn more about our new site!
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!
Since the OneNote Mobile app for the iPhone made its debut in the United States in January, it has been highly ranked in both the free app and productivity categories in the iTunes App Store.
The tremendous interest in the app, combined with the passion that OneNote fans have for their favorite product, have generated a lot of great suggestions and requests. We’ve tackled some of this customer feedback in the latest update to OneNote Mobile for iPhone, version 1.1, which is available today.
Read the full blog post to learn what's new, where to download the update, and how you can post your ongoing feedback for our developers.
While we don't usually focus on tech support issues here on the Office Blog, let me shine a quick light on a recurring issue that has caused some of you to scratch your heads and write in about.
In a nutshell, the problem appears to be that OneNote 2010 (or OneNote 2007) intercepts all of your print jobs whenever you try to send any information from your other programs or your Web browser to your trusty printer. While this is a great way to save paper and finally "go green," it's no laughing matter when your boss expects you to hand him or her a printed report and you can't seem to do that.
Read the full blog post to see what's behind this little problem and how you can fix it!