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Our introductory webinar on OneNote was popular, but lots of you wanted to know more than the basics. In this week's webinar, you'll learn five cool things most users don't know about. We will also go over a few basics for the beginners. We start at 9:15 am Pacific Time with a Q&A to follow. Click the link below or go to http://aka.ms/offweb for more information on how to join the series.
What you will learn at Tuesday's webinar:
This 15-Minute Webinar shows you how to get started with OneNote--and why. You can learn what OneNote is or upgrade your skills with a few tricks I've learned along the way.
How often can you get to Key West when you’re from its opposite corner—the Pacific Northwest? I went to Key West to dry out, see wildly different flora and fauna, and sample southern and Cuban cuisine.
I wanted to remember every last second so I created a running travelogue in a OneNote notebook with photos, favorite restaurant info, and my notes. I’ll walk you through my notebook to show you how to add that type of content to your own.
Sometimes you put so much stuff into an OneNote notebook you can't find something--even though you've organized the notebook into well-labeled sections and pages. If you're a big traveler, for example, you might have packed it with menus from exquisite restaurants in Paris or notes about the Egyptian Pyramids you visited last year.
One really fast way to find pretty much anything, anywhere in OneNote is to search for it. Just type a phrase in the Search box.
I recently chanced upon an article in Real Simple magazine, titled "Inside the God Box," an account of the author's mother and the countless scraps of notes that she had jotted down during the 20 years before she passed away.
We all have those treasures — whether it’s a birthday card, a sweet email, or an unexpected comment. Sometimes, I hear stories of OneNote being used to archive precious family memories, scrapbooks, and celebrations. Read my full blog post for inspiration on how to build even more good memories...
Ready to dive into those bulky travel books and endless websites to research your choices for your next vacation? Consider how and where you're going to collect all of that information. Remember how much time you wasted on your last trip, shuffling through all of the printouts and note scribbles to find your sightseeing tips from friends and coworkers, or any of your flight, hotel, and tour confirmations?
Didn't you wish there was a better way to keep everything in one place?
Read the full blog post to download and customize our free OneNote 2010 travel notebook and learn why OneNote 2010 is the perfect travel companion — before, during, and even after your trip!
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!
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.