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Don’t want to lug your heavy laptop with you to class? You don’t have to. Your Windows Phone 7 includes Microsoft OneNote Mobile. With it you can create and view notes and lists right on your phone. When you’re done with class, you can go back to the comfort of your big PC screen and find your mobile notes synced to Windows Live SkyDrive. No matter if you’re using OneNote on your computer, mobile phone, or if you’re using the OneNote Web App from a browser, all of your notes are synced together. You can literally keep your class notes with you anywhere you go.
1. On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Office .2. Flick to OneNote, and then tap New note.
3. A notes page appears, on which you can jot down your notes.
As shown in the image above, you can do the following:• Tap Enter title to give the note a title.• Tap the List icon to create a numbered list.• Tap the Picture icon to take or insert a picture in the note.• Tap the Audio icon to add audio to a note.
The notes are stored on your phone and your changes are saved automatically when you leave OneNote Mobile.
In addition to storing notes on your phone, you can sync your notes to the default OneNote notebook that’s on Windows Live SkyDrive so you can access the notes from any computer.
1. On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Office .2. Flick to OneNote, and then tap All.
3. Tap Refresh.
4. Tap Yes in the Sync with SkyDrive? message box. Wait while you're signed in with your Windows Live ID.Afterward, a personal notebook named Personal (Web) will be created in your My Documents folder on Windows Live SkyDrive and synced on your phone.
For tips on formatting notes and syncing to Windows Live SkyDrive, see Use Microsoft OneNote Mobile.And if you’re an iPhone user, here’s a look at Microsoft OneNote on the iPhone.
Today's blog post is brought to you by Stephanie Brown. Stephanie is a writer for Office Mobile and Office for Mac.
So WP7 OneNote *still* can't ink or draw or highlight or any of the other things that have been requested since waaaay back in the Windows Mobile days? I don't understand why this feature keeps getting put off. I have seen this request from numerous sources since OneNote Mobile first existed. Even the "notes" app that's been with Windows Mobile since like last century had inking/drawing capabilities!
Thanks for visiting! I'll forward your comment to the product team.
hi, I am using OneNote on my Windows Phone (not on my PC). I use it to store some private information, is there a way to lock the document with a password? Thanks.