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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...
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!
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.
Now that Microsoft OneNote Mobile for iPhone has been available in the United States for a few weeks and has even had a couple of updates, we wanted to let you know about a great resource that can help you with any questions you might have about the app. It's the OneNote forum on the Microsoft Answers website, which is continuously monitored by the OneNote team, who actively responds to and participates in discussions there.
Read the full blog post to learn how you can visit this forum from inside of the OneNote iPhone app and to read answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
OneNote is available for all kinds of devices: laptops, iPads, Windows Phone, Android…and now for Windows 8 touch devices. See how OneNote has been re-imagined in this live demo.
Click read more below to view entire webinar or watch the trailer now:
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
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.
By now you've probably heard about our exciting OneNote Mobile for iPhone news last week. Many of you acknowledged that Microsoft's decision to bring its first Office program to another mobile platform is a pretty big deal, even if the iPhone may not be your preferred smartphone.
To help you discover some of the app's capabilities that may not be evident at first glance, we've put together a User's Guide that you can download free of charge. Read my full blog post for a quick recap of the app launch and for the download link!
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!
Guest blogger Christina Tynan-Wood has been covering technology for decades at Family Circle and at blogs GeekGirlfriends.com and Family Circle's Momster. Her son Cole (16) is "very good at appearing to listen when he isn't paying any attention at all. Thankfully though, in this digital age, his high-school teachers tend to take a liberal attitude toward the use of technology. As long he is quietly using his tech as a study aide (not to cheat, text, or watch TV), his teachers quietly turn a blind eye.
So, to bolster my hope of someday celebrating college acceptance letters with him, I decided to teach him how to use Microsoft OneNote - in conjunction with his Windows Phone -- to improve his note taking skills."
Join us Tuesday, June 4 to learn how to use OneNote to organize and streamline your life. Whether you're just getting started with OneNote or a longtime fan looking for a few new tricks, Office.com's help and how-to trainers will show you how to organize and share your essential information to help you make the most of your work and personal time.