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Summer is here! Are you still planning a vacation, but you're not sure where to go?
The only thing you know for certain is that you'll be traveling with your favorite college friends to some sunny locale (those of us who live in the Pacific Northwest will take our sun wherever we can get it). Naturally, your friends are going to lean on you — the organizer of the bunch — to do all of the planning and to capture the details about your upcoming getaway. You know you've got your job cut out for you because, naturally, they all still have their own opinions about where to go, what to see, and what to do. This summer, let OneNote do the work so you can focus on the fun!
Dozens of travel bloggers from around the globe have prepared a collection of 40 free OneNote TripBooks — each devoted to one of their favorite cities in the world. Every TripBook offers a summary of what each destination has to offer. Not only do these bloggers offer up some unique perspectives on their favorite places, some of them even prepared short "how to" videos to help all you OneNote novices out there get started. Additionally, we've packed our website with lots of great resources to showcase the ins and outs of OneNote.
If you love to travel, but have never seen or tried OneNote before, give it a free spin for 60 days.
Through the month of May, we've posted one new free TripBook each day. You can view these in yourWeb browser with the free OneNote Web App, or download them to OneNote 2010 on your computer.
From Rio de Janeiro to the Galapagos Islands, we've got a free vacation starter for you. You can preview these TripBooks in your Web browser with the free OneNote Web App, or you can download and then customize them in the full version of OneNote 2010 — whichever you prefer. In each of our 40 notebooks, you can use the information that our bloggers have provided, or you can choose to supplement this content by adding your own travel plans, pictures, links, ideas, and itineraries. You can also move stuff in the notebook around wherever you want it, or delete anything that you don't want to keep (for example, details about specific places or venues that you won't be visiting).
In each notebook, use the information our bloggers have provided, or add your own info, photos,links, or itineraries. Move stuff around where you want it, and delete any items you don't want to keep.
Using information and photos from the Web and collecting them in your travel notebook means that you'll have your very own custom travel guide ready by the time you hop on your plane. No need to carry big, bulky books that are full of stuff you won't have time to check out. The cool thing about OneNote is that it works on your phone, your computer, or in any browser, so you can plug all of your vacation ideas and plans into your notebook wherever you are and then share them with your travel mates.
All through the month of May, we've been revealing one new TripBook each day. You can now download all 40 of our TripBooks — plus video tips and other OneNote resources — by visiting www.onenotetravel.com. Whether you're planning a reunion with your college pals, thinking about Spring Break 2012 (hey, it's never too early, right?), or just looking for an excuse to get away, you'll find OneNote to be the most dependable travel companion you've ever had.
Got your own travel tips to share? Leave a comment to let us know!
-- Kelby Johnson