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Do you like to test out new recipes? When you find a good one, I bet you hang on to it. When one falls flat, you scratch it from your collection fast. And then there's that outrageous dessert you brought to the holiday party-everyone wants a copy of that recipe! How do you keep track?
A really cool OneNote recipe book can help you out. Take a peek by clicking here to download it. Looks good, doesn't it? It's got a chicken marsala dish your Mom would love and others that sound yummy. But if you've got a culinary habit, you no doubt think it's missing some. No worries-this recipe book lets you add recipes, remove the busts, and share favorites with family and friends.
One developer has a sofa in her office for quick snoozes; a tester has a pyramid made of Red Bull cans. We're working overtime and need a break. It's up to me and my co-workers on the morale committee to figure out how to relieve some stress. Since I am a self-professed Office geek, I know that OneNote on SharePoint will make a great collaboration tool. Each time one of us adds or changes the content in a OneNote notebook, OneNote will automatically save and sync the notebook on SharePoint. And, we can set up SharePoint to alert us when changes occur.
This year, more than two million brides will plan their dream weddings by putting together their collections of wedding images and inspirations. Traditionally, brides have relied on separate documents, emails, and even spiral-bound paper notebooks to capture all of the necessary details. In the digital age, this is a one-way ticket to Bridezilla-ville!
Best-selling author and wedding expert Sharon Naylor explains why our free wedding planner template for Microsoft OneNote 2010 is the perfect wedding companion for everyone.
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!
For Kelvin Dueck, a Math and Science teacher from the town of Pitt Meadows in Canada, using OneNote 2010 on his Windows Tablet PC has turned out to be one of the best-ever teaching solutions he could have hoped for — both inside and outside of his classroom.
After Kelvin had sent a spontaneous letter to a member of the OneNote team here at Microsoft, Office writers Michael C. Oldenburg and Jennifer Bost wanted to learn more about this teacher's story and packed up for a road trip to British Columbia.
Read the full blog post to meet Kelvin and his students and to watch the video that Michael and Jennifer filmed during their visit.
According to a recent Bloomberg article, the home improvement industry is expected to rebound by more than 13% for the period of April through June 2011. If a home remodel is on your To Do list this summer, your timing is perfect. We've created a free home remodel planner for Microsoft OneNote 2010 that can help you get the job done on budget and on time.
Learn eight easy steps to getting your home remodel project off the ground and see how our free OneNote notebook can help.
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!
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.
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.
Instead of scratching ideas for activities on pieces of paper, printing screenshots from websites, or emailing bits of information, guest bloggers Janice Croze and Susan Carraretto organize all their summer planning research into a OneNote notebook. Janice and Susan are identical twins, work-at-home-moms, and founders of the top Mom Blog, 5 Minutes for Mom.)