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As a Program Manager at Microsoft and founder of the band Bright White Lightning, Scott Snyder has a lot of computers and just as many musical instruments. Check out how Scott and his bandmates use OneNote to keep gear, songs, projects, brainstorms and gigs all in one place to stay organized and in sync.
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
Today we released an update to OneNote for Android which addresses an issue that some customers experienced where the app would not load correctly. This only happened on devices which had a NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor which is used in select Android devices. When we first heard from you about this problem we blocked those devices and now with this update the app should be available on most devices. Read on to download the update.
This week, we're celebrating the one-year anniversary of Microsoft Office 2010 and OneNote is a big part of the party.
In honor of this milestone, OneNote Product Manager Erika Palmer shares how she uses OneNote to keep track of all the wines that she's tried over the years, regardless of where she's at. The best part? She and her friends can view and edit the notebook wherever they are, thanks to OneNote Mobile and the OneNote Web App. Read the full blog post for some tips from Erika about using OneNote to collect and organize everything you want to keep in one place — notes, photos, videos, audio clips, and more!
Rome, the Eternal City! I studied Latin for five grueling years, but somehow never managed to visit the Etruscan peninsula. A couple decades later, I'm going! But first I need a way to plan the trip with a bunch of friends. We could use email, but that doesn't let us collect and refine our ideas in one place. That's where OneNote on SkyDrive is super-handy.
Whether it's a Renaissance dress or a pirate outfit, OneNote can help you to collect ideas, sketch, and annotate your most creative Halloween costume ideas yet. Read on to learn how!
We'll show you how OneNote can help organize and share your plans, including a nifty new template that's chock full of tips from Travel + Leisure magazine. Plus, we'll chat with travel adventurer and blogger Kristin Luna from Camels & Chocolate to learn some of her expert top tips for a great trip. We'll also answer your questions about travel and OneNote.
What the trailer now or click "read more" below to watch the full webinar.
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.
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!
Over the past three weeks, we've spent some time showing you how simple it is to use OneNote 2010 to add some sanity back into your hectic holiday preparations. To bring all of these features home, we've tapped our Office Casual guru Doug Thomas, who has created a couple of videos that show off these features.
Read the full blog post to see Doug demonstrate how to create a shared notebook that you can edit with your friends, family or colleagues, and how he links his notes from OneNote to a PowerPoint presentation.