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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!
February, the shortest month, is officially over with. As was the case last month, we've compiled a summary of our favorite OneNote posts and news to help you stay up to date. Read the full post for the February roundup of popular stories and to catch up with OneNote on Facebook and Twitter!
Your crack sales team for your mobile phone company travels across the world--from London to Shanghai. Figuring out a discounted phone offer or other deals is tricky because tax rates, cultures, and lots of other things change from country to county. To save each other time, team members pass along tips by adding them to a shared OneNote notebook stored on a company SharePoint site. But how do they add new info when they're working on a plane or in a Parisian café, and then sync it later on.
Accessing password-protected sections was one of the most requested features for the OneNote Web App. Enabling this feature allows you to access your sensitive information from anywhere. After opening a password-protected section, you can edit its contents, change the section color, create new pages, and even edit the section name.
Traveling is blogger Brad Corob's hobby--almost every weekend, he's flying somewhere new to see the sights, sample the food, visit friends, and explore new places--but travel involves a lot of work and planning. Read on to learn how he uses OneNote to prepare for upcoming trips and keep himself on track while he's on the go.
If you're new to Windows 8, you probably noticed that the OneNote app looks and feels very different from other versions of OneNote. How do you search? What happened to the menus? The new Windows is designed to avoid distracting you with commands you don't need, but all that change can be a little intimidating at first. Fear not! In this blog post, we'll teach you how to use the OneNote app from the Windows Store. These tips and tricks can be applied to most other Windows Store apps as well. If you don't have OneNote yet, download it now and follow along--it's free!
Meeting notes, vacation plans, grocery lists, great quotes, notes to self--let me count the ways to use OneNote. Consolidate all of your crucial information chunks and snippets in one place, then link with SkyDrive to share this virtual notebook with yourself (roaming), with other people (collaboration), and with other devices (OneNote ecosystem).
See the trailer below, or click "read more" to view the full webinar.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar
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."
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.
To say that Rita Williams-Bogar is an overachiever would be a massive understatement. From starting her own consulting business to shaping minds in the classroom, Rita keeps herself very busy.
We found Rita on our LinkedIn Office group, and were intrigued by one of her posts about OneNote. Given her passion for OneNote and our unending desire to learn more about the people who use our favorite app, we asked Rita to share a bit about herself, her business and how she keeps her life in order with OneNote.
Read the full blog post to learn how Rita discovered OneNote and how she's come to rely on it in her daily life.