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Most of the "Download a trial" links on our blogs and on the Office.com site will take you to a page where you can download trial versions of the full Microsoft Office 2010 editions.
While all of these suites contain Microsoft OneNote 2010 and let you selectively include or exclude specific applications from the installation, you may prefer to evaluate OneNote 2010 as a standalone program — in English or in another language. After the trial period expires, you can still use the OneNote standalone trial version as a free notebook viewer.
To download the OneNote 2010 trial version for U.S. English, follow the steps below. (If you prefer another language, skip to the second procedure in this blog post, titled "Download standalone trial versions for other Office 2010 programs.")
If you want to download standalone trial versions for some of the other Office 2010 products, or you want to download standalone trial versions for any Office 2010 program in another language, you can do so from another page on our site.
Follow these steps:
Tip For more information about the Office 2010 trial versions, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
As always, your feedback and comments are welcome!
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
Thanks for helping others .. !
I have a new computer with One Note 2010 - and an old computer with Office 2007 that I can't upgrade to Office 2010 right now. Do I have to get One Note 2007 for Office 2007? And if so, will the different versions of One Note work together okay (open 2010 One Note items in 2007...and visa versa...)?
Microsoft wishes to develop better software out of the future.
I love onenote ... I just wish they would have bought it at work. Ugh. Thanks for the help.
I was doing some system maintenance on WinXP Pro SP3. Once finished, I tried to run the trial version of OneNote 2010 and instead of running normally I get the following error message: 'Microsoft Office cannot verify the license for this product. You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel.'
I did use the Control Panel, both tried 'Repair' and 'Remove' multiple times to no avail. Even tried to uninstall with a 3rd party uninstaller (Ashampoo Uninstaller 4) and that too didn't work. Redownloaded the setup file (followed the link from your blog) and reinstalled as explained, and every single time I use the installer it quits with a message to the effect that the install didn't succeed completely. I am stuck in a loop here and short of going in and deleting everything manually I don't know what else will fix this problem. Any suggestions please? (The MS Office 2003 suite was installed properly and is licensed through my employer and never had any problem running.)
Oh btw forgot to mention that the first trial install has not expired yet.
Michael, I manually deleted everything related to OneNote 2010 trial version--and tried to reinstall from the install file I downloaded from the link on this blog... and the install failed. So I went to the MS OneNote page and the free trial link isn't there anymore. Please bear in mind that OneNote 2010 stopped working before my trial period was due to expire and now all my work is inaccessible! I am at a loss at what to do. Can you please help? How do I reinstall the trial version without the installer giving me a weird error?
Whilst i wait for our company to upgrade to Office 2010 in the next month how can i re-install and continue using my One Note trial version which has expired ? I have become hooked to taking notes on One Note please help
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I bought Office 2010, but reverted to Office 2003 becasue I like it better. However, I would like to install Onenote. Is there a way for me to use my Office 2010 installation disk to do this without messing up my currently installed (and very satisfactory) Office 2003 suite of programs?
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However I love OneNote, it's pretty simple in use.
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