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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!
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!
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.
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!
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!
In response to some feature and performance issues that some of our users had reported on the OneNote 2010 forum on the Microsoft Answers site, the development team has released an update for the full version of Microsoft OneNote 2010. It improves the display of search results and inserted documents, and it improves Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and indexing features in OneNote 2010.
Read the full blog post to learn more about this optional update and where to download it for free.
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!
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.
Aaress Lawless thought she was a productive small business owner. Behind the scenes, however, she struggled to manage all of the details involved in running a global website. Her desk was covered with all kinds of scribbles — sticky notes, napkins, torn envelopes, you name it. Then she discovered that she didn't have to do things that way. She discovered Microsoft OneNote.
OneNote doesn't just help Aaress keep her business organized, it also helps her serve her clients better. Read the full blog post to see how OneNote became Aaress' virtual brain, and learn how you, too, can toss those sticky notes into the trash and make better use of your time.
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."