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Today, we're launching the official Microsoft OneNote blog here on The Office Blog. Whether you're new to OneNote's genius for capturing, organizing, and recalling everything in your life, or you're already an avid fan, you'll find the best tips, how-to's, ideas and latest news right here. I'm...
In an interview with CNN Money last week, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer called out OneNote 2010 as one of the things in Microsoft Office 2010 that he's most enthusiastic about.
"I think note-taking is one of the most important things that people do," Ballmer said in the CNN Money interview. "The thing I was most enthused about at the beginning and I remain enthused about is really making sure that this OneNote technology that really helps you take notes — notes on Web pages, notes to prepare for an interview like this — is broadly popularized. We want to really get it out there, particularly to students, for example."
Read more and watch the video...
Meet Hobie Henning, an engineering student who loves to tinker with his computers, run his own website, and work part-time for his school's IT Help Desk.
Hobie first discovered Microsoft OneNote on a fellow student's PC. He played around with the program for a bit and right away appreciated the great combination of features that make it a perfect companion for schoolwork. After he spent nearly three years typing out his notes in Word and then saving them to individual files, Hobie realized that his 1998 method of taking notes needed an update.
Read the full blog post to learn how Hobie uses OneNote and why he considers it "that shelf you can throw everything on."
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.
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 June. Read the full blog post for the monthly list and, as always, don't forget to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter, too!
You may have heard of her from her popular blog, WellConnectedMom.com, but if you haven't, you should get to know Lori Cunningham.
Lori graciously volunteered to sit down with us to talk about herself, her interests, her blog, and the many ways in which she’s benefited from using Microsoft OneNote — our favorite program — to get things done in her busy life.
Read the full blog post to get the scoop on how Lori feels about e-mail, bookmarks, and all of the other ways to collect and organize information before she discovered OneNote.
This week is the start of a series of blogs on OneNote users.
We talked with Leanne Marshall, the "den mother" for the OneNote engineering team, among others.
We hope to feature more of our passionate, AWESOME users as we go along. Let us know if you'd like to be the subject of a blog!
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!
January was such a busy month for Microsoft OneNote that we decided to compile our first monthly summary of favorite OneNote posts to help you stay up to date. Read the full blog post to read this month's roundup of popular stories and to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter!
Microsoft OneNote 2010 is the perfect tool for capturing and organizing all of your ideas, which made us think: What if one of the world's greatest inventors had used OneNote?
We acted on that thought and created a fun little video to give you a glimpse at how Thomas Edison and his team might have used OneNote 2010. Read the full blog post to watch the video and then enter for your chance to win a trip to the Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago or an Xbox 360 with Kinect. But don't wait — our sweepstakes ends on August 17, 2011.