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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.
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.
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!
Most of the "Download a trial" links and banners on our site will take you to trial versions of the full Microsoft Office 2010 editions. While all of these suites contain Microsoft OneNote 2010, you may prefer to evaluate OneNote 2010 as a standalone program — in English or in another language.
Read the full blog post to find out where you can get the standalone trial versions for the Office 2010 programs you want.
The English version of our Learn OneNote in 90 seconds video tutorial has been watched over 60,000 times since it was posted. As of today, this video is available in eleven additional languages.
You can help us get the word out to our international OneNote users about these new localized videos. If you have your own OneNote-related blog in a country where one of these languages is spoken, feel free to link to the respective videos to help non-English speakers discover them more easily. Read the full blog post for details...
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...
You've read so much about OneNote 2010 getting the Office ribbon interface, but you can't find (or control) it. What's up? There seems to be no way to browse, apply, or download OneNote templates now, even though you could before. How come? You're not sure if your old notebooks need to be converted to a different file format before you can use them in OneNote 2010. Do they? What's happening with your favorite OneNote powertoys? Will they work in OneNote 2010? And what's a good way to get started with the new version?
Now that the OneNote Web App has been released (the #1 thing everyone had been asking about), I've compiled a list of answers to the top 5 other questions you've been asking about OneNote 2010. Read on...
Today marks the release of the much anticipated OneNote Web App, which extends the functionality of Microsoft OneNote 2010 to literally everywhere. Everyone on the OneNote team is very excited to show off what we've been working on so hard for the past several months.
Like its Word, Excel, and PowerPoint counterparts, the OneNote Web App extends your Microsoft Office 2010 experience to the Web browser, where you can work with your notes, files, and documents in a central location that you can access from anywhere. You can use the OneNote Web App with a free Windows Live (a.k.a. SkyDrive) account or on a SharePoint 2010 site in your organization.
The OneNote Web App works in some of the most widely used Web browsers...
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.
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...