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In Learn OneNote in 90 seconds, one of my blog posts from earlier this month, I pointed you to a new video tutorial which explains just how easy it is to learn and use OneNote's organizational features.
To date, the English version of this video has been watched over 80,000 times.
I'm pleased to announce that this video is now available in eleven additional languages:
Like the English version, the international videos are posted on our OneNote Beta Documentation web site, which gets thousands of monthly visits from OneNote users all over the world. Aside from the United States, most of our visitors come from Japan, China, Germany, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, France, Mexico, the Netherlands, India, Switzerland, New Zealand, Italy, Brazil, Spain, Austria, Taiwan, Russia, Colombia, and Poland.
Please help me get the word out about these new localized videos. They are sure to be useful to our international OneNote users. If you have your own OneNote-related blog in a country where one of these languages is spoken, feel free to link to the respective videos to help non-English speakers discover them more easily. And to help spread the word among English speakers, consider using the buttons below to share this post via Facebook or Twitter. Thank you!
For more localized Office 2010 resources, you can select your country from the Office.com Worldwide web site, check to see if Office 2010 is available in your language, or browse through the newly available Office 2010 language packs.
As always, your comments and feedback are welcome. Thanks for visiting!
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
microsoft office 2010, what is the launching date in asia?
Hi Michael, Office 2010 should now be available from worldwide resellers. You can purchase it online from The Microsoft Store at http://store.microsoft.com and you can also choose to download it from there. If you need further assistance, let me know what specific country you live in. Thanks for visiting!
Điều gì về Việt Nam?
We hope to post additional languages soon, Crabby. Thanks for visiting!
This is nice. But why is Onenote not able to utilize the different autocorrect catalogues from Word? Word creates different autocorrect "catalogues" for each enabled language, but Onenote only draws on one of them - it should change when one changes language (just as it does in Word). - After a week of intense use, this is the only major annoyance in a superb product.