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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!
Over the past three weeks, we've spent some time showing you how simple it is to use OneNote 2010 to add some sanity back into your hectic holiday preparations. To bring all of these features home, we've tapped our Office Casual guru Doug Thomas, who has created a couple of videos that show off these features.
Read the full blog post to see Doug demonstrate how to create a shared notebook that you can edit with your friends, family or colleagues, and how he links his notes from OneNote to a PowerPoint presentation.
Check out our monthly collection of Microsoft OneNote-related news, stories, and tips from right here on the Microsoft Office Blog and from all around the Web. Read the full blog post for this month's roundup and to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter!
Microsoft User Research is currently looking for a group of people who are passionate about their tablets or iPads to participate in a year-long panel. When you participate in a Microsoft User Research study, you become part of our product and services development process. In providing your perspective, ideas and comment, you'll help us shape the next version of our products.
It's time for our roundup of news, stories, and tips about OneNote 2010, the OneNote Web App, and OneNote Mobile from right here on the Office Blogs and from all around the Web during the month of August. Read the full blog post for the monthly list!
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.
It's time for our roundup of news, stories, and tips about OneNote 2010, the OneNote Web App, and OneNote Mobile from right here on the Office Blogs and from all around the Web during the month of July. Read the full blog post for the monthly list and don't forget to catch up with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft Answers!
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!
Aaress Lawless thought she was a productive small business owner. Behind the scenes, however, she struggled to manage all of the details involved in running a global website. Her desk was covered with all kinds of scribbles — sticky notes, napkins, torn envelopes, you name it. Then she discovered that she didn't have to do things that way. She discovered Microsoft OneNote.
OneNote doesn't just help Aaress keep her business organized, it also helps her serve her clients better. Read the full blog post to see how OneNote became Aaress' virtual brain, and learn how you, too, can toss those sticky notes into the trash and make better use of your time.
I recently chanced upon an article in Real Simple magazine, titled "Inside the God Box," an account of the author's mother and the countless scraps of notes that she had jotted down during the 20 years before she passed away.
We all have those treasures — whether it’s a birthday card, a sweet email, or an unexpected comment. Sometimes, I hear stories of OneNote being used to archive precious family memories, scrapbooks, and celebrations. Read my full blog post for inspiration on how to build even more good memories...