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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. You learned how to share a notebook, how to clip and tag your favorite recipes (or whatever else you’re researching), and how to use the Linked Notes feature to create easy references in your holiday notebook.
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.
In the first video, Doug demonstrates how to create a shared notebook that you can edit with your friends, family or colleagues:
In the second video, Doug demonstrates how he links his notes from OneNote to a PowerPoint presentation:
We hope you found some inspiration from our holiday posts. If you're using OneNote to organize your own festivities this season, please leave a comment below to share your experiences with us and with other readers.
-- Kelby Johnson
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I love OneNote, too. I started using it over the web through my SkyDrive account but I faced a problem when I tried to synch PDF files or images that reside in one of my desktop OneNote pages to the web. It took a lot of time to synch then it showed a synch error. I hope to find a solution for this.
@Mohammed, I wish I had the answer, but unfortunately I do not. Have you checked Microsoft Answers (http://bit.ly/abCCEi)? They may be able to help figure out that sync issue. Glad to hear you love OneNote. You should join in the conversation with other OneNote enthusiasts over on Facebook (http://on.fb.me/dY4Ok1). Good luck!
Where are the videos?