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Here's our quick monthly roundup of OneNote stories and tips from around the Web during the month of September. As always, if you know of a great OneNote tip, story, or post that we didn't list here, please post a comment below.
Using Microsoft OneNote 2010By Michael C. OldenburgQue Books, 432 pages, includes free and unlimited access to over 3 hours of online video tutorialsIntended audience: Beginners, home users, students, teachersNow shipping from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble — also available in Kindle or Nook editions
Microsoft OneNote 2010 Plain & SimpleBy Peter WeverkaMicrosoft Press, 256 pages (book only)Intended audience: Information workersNow shipping from Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble — also available in Kindle or Nook editions
Remember, if you know of any other great OneNote tips, stories, or posts that you saw this past month, please post a comment below to let us know. Thank you!
-- Michael C. Oldenburg
Thanks for posting all the helpful information about OneNote. Question: how can I embed a PowerPoint Presentation in my OneNote "Binder"?
I just recently downloaded the free trial of OneNote 2010. Since doing so I have have lost the ability to create Adobe PDF's from Excel 2007. The really funny thing is in the same file it will work on one worksheet but not on the other. This is driving me crazy. Unless I can find a solution, I will need to rule out a purchase of OneNote. that woud be a shame. I really want to use it.
@Chealisse: You can insert a PowerPoint presentation as a file, in which case it is stored as part of your notebook. When you double-click the presentation's icon in your notes, it will open PowerPoint to your slide deck. An alternate way to use the information in a slide deck is to use the "Send to OneNote 2010" print driver so that your slides show up in your notebook. In PowerPoint, use the Print command and then, instead of your actual printer, choose "Send to OneNote 2010" as your printer. PowerPoint will then "print" the slides to OneNote where you can organize and annotate them.
@2getawin: Installing the OneNote trial version should not negatively affect features in your other Office programs. I've not heard of the PDF issue before, so your best bet would be to post your question in the free Microsoft Answers tech support forum, where members of the OneNote test team can further help you troubleshoot. To get started, visit http://bit.ly/eCtJUx.
Thank you both for checking out our blog!