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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 Microsoft OneNote getting some cool new digs!
Information about OneNote is much better organized in the same ways you might organize your busy life in the OneNote app itself. For whatever tasks, pursuits, and projects you might be using OneNote — travel, work, arts, hobbies, school, fitness, research — we have new content associated with that subject. Move your mouse over the virtual desktop and click any items of interest. We've linked relevant information from everything you see to help you discover more relevant information about OneNote than ever before.
The site is powered by HTML5, a new language for structuring and presenting interactive content for the World Wide Web. HTML5 is supported by the latest versions of the most popular browsers on various platforms, including Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, and Opera. To experience the full site design, download Internet Explorer 9 for free. If you're not ready to make the change yet for some reason, you can still opt to visit our "classic" site for the time being.
When you're ready, head on over to www.onenote.com and give the new site a try. We'd love to know how you like it. We'll keep adding new content in the coming weeks and months, so be sure to check back!
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
I have to say I don't like the new site. It's too busy and with it constantly moving around while viewing it on my laptop it gets very annoying and makes it difficult to find anything. I will say that it's a neat concept, but having to hover over everthing makes it hard to know what's available. With all that said, OneNote is an exceptional product and I praise it to anyone who will listen.
Well, as someone who is just getting introduced to OneNote, I quite like the website. It used a nice design concept that highlighted many different things that OneNote could do.
I think the new site is excellent, nice work. I also really like the travel blogs, that was a really cool idea, thank you for sharing those. There are so many awesome ways to use OneNote! I would love to see more OneNote downloads.
Thanks for your feedback so far, everyone. :-) merlin18x, if you're not a fan of the new site, you can still access the "classic" version here: http://bit.ly/bsTwAg
I am having an extremely frustrating and difficult problem. I love this program, but I am no longer able to use it.
Each time I open it, it crashes. I get the following messages:
Microsoft OneNote non-commercial use (Not Responding)
When I close it , I get the message that I have three options. The only one that works is to close the program. I then get the following message:
ONENOTE - Application Error
The exception unknown software exception (0xe.0000002) occurred in the application at location 0x74a7b727
I have taken the computer in to have it tuned up. I have attempted to try suggested solutions by others users on the web who are experiencing the same problem and same error message, and I have paid for a Microsoft fix-it company on the web to help me. After two days of intensive labor, the tech took a day off and I am filled with anxiety.
My last instruction was to create another user on my computer and to share files between the two users and see if I could find some stability using OneNote on another user's site. I can, of course, do this, but I can not, of course, find out how to share files between two users on the same computer--two computers, no problem, twenty computers, no problem. I do not want to publish this stuff on the web as I am a privacy buff.
Do you think Microsoft could solve the problem and help those of us experiencing it? I and, I am sure, many others would greatly appreciate it. I am running out of money and time, am not a sophisticated user and have cleared the casche.
Thank you for listening and hopefully doing something.
SiouxCitySue: Which version of OneNote are you using?
I am using the 2010 version for 64 bit machines.
SiouxCitySue: Thanks for following up. Your best bet for troubleshooting the error you're seeing isn't here on our blog but on the Microsoft Answers support site where members of the OneNote product team and Microsoft Product Support can help you with steps to try. Please post your original message with the error details at http://bit.ly/h2ZWZ7. There's no charge to use Microsoft Answers. I wish you a speedy resolution! :-)
Thank you so very much for your help. I will follow up immediately.
Kudo's to you! (this being my last comment on older posts; I don't want to feel like digging up old stuff, but I'm seriously happy to have discovered a blog devoted to OneNote; a program which IMVHO is highly under appreciated by many).
A small sidestep but still.. I think Microsoft still has its flaws here and there but if there's one thing you guys picked up and do seriously its listening to your users. My opinion here of course. And maybe this is blasphemy to some of my colleague sysadmins out there but in all honesty (you can quote me on this!) I truly believe that Microsoft is one of the few bigger companies out there who picked up Sun's statement "The network is the computer".
Why I say this? I open Word (2010, 32bit, Windows 7). I need to write a complaint but not having kept up with "standards" (better put: stuff which is commonly used) I need an example. (stuff translated to English, I use a localized version:) "File tab -> New". What the heck? "Office.com templates". Cool; a search feature! "Klacht" (Dutch for 'complaint'). Wham! Dozens of compaint forms (do note I didn't count them ;-)).
And this blog falls into that same category in my opinion. I've lived times where MS was that "big American company who failed to recognize the importance of the Internet" (no offense intended but that really was the common opinion the people I hung out with and myself shared back then).
And now I can share some of my ideas and impressions about Office 2010 I recently re-discovered through official channels. And that's not even mentioning the options in Windows 7 help screens (yes, I'm the nut who actually does "RTFM") to actually comment on help snippets.
So honestly; kudo's to you. You guys deserve it IMO since you really came a long way from, well, mentioned above to where you are now.
When will we know if the various OneNote apps will support SharePoint? For corporate use this isn't a nice to have, it's essential. Otherwise our users will shift to Evernote. Please make your intentions clear, with timelines.