“Click on a link of the webinar you want to know more. The video is there along with lots of links about what is talked about. Also, at YouTube, each video has a Closed Caption track. --Doug”
“Thanks for the kind words, Mike!”
“Thanks! Keep on OneNoteing....”
“Thank you for the kind words, Debbie. We'll miss having lunch with you too. The videos will remain along with other video training at office.com/training.”
“Thanks Kathy! It's been a pleasure”
“Well, I've never been to Cincinnati.... ;-)”
“Thanks for the kudos, Mike. Come back here in a few days to view or share the video.
“Thanks for tuning in, Chris.
The radial menu is part of the Windows Store App for OneNote made for Touch devices. If you have Windows 8, you can install it on your device. Go to http://www.onenote.com and click on Windows Store link to see more.
As for a book, I can recommend one written by a guy down the hall, My OneNote 2013. Michael has forgotten more about OneNote then I'll ever know. Here's the Amazon link: http://www.amazon.com/My-OneNote-Michael-C-Oldenburg/dp/0789750864/
“A couple of suggestions the Lync team sent me:
For Windows 8.1, we recommend updating device drivers: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-8/all-drivers.
Also the camera might actually be in use by another program, so I’d recommend a reboot as well.
“Hmm, don't know what version you have (assume 2010), but our OneNote wrioter came up with this:
Wiki links syntax (2013):
Quick Notes — formerly called Side Notes (2013):
Linked notes in a docked window (2013):
Linked notes in a docked window (2010):
Also, our writer has a book about OneNote 2010 that does cover this:
Happy to announce that all 165 templates created by PowerPoint MVP Julie Terberg are now available as free downloads at Office.com. You can use these templates as-is, or unlock your inner designer (reproduction steps appear in each template’s Notes pane in PowerPoint). This is a sequel of sorts; we created PPT157 on the first set of Terberg’s templates and, well, you don’t mess with success. See more about the project including…
Here’s a little balm to sooth your nerves about presenting at your next meeting. I’ve collected some advice from presentation masters Seth Godin, Guy Kawasaki, and Garr Reynolds to help you create better PowerPoint Slides and give better presentations. Plus we’ll look at that ace you have up your sleeve: PowerPoint’s underutilized Presenter’s View tool. Read the full post to find help and how-to links discussed in the video. –Doug…
The installation of Outlook Social Connector is different from most downloads. Besides downloading Outlook Social Connector (for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2003; it’s included in Outlook 2010), you must download provider files for each social network you want to connect to. Watch this short video to see how, and see the important links plus an overview of the Outlook Social Connector below. Note: To use Facebook in the Outlook Social…
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Starting today you can download the new Outlook 2010 Social Connector to see what your contacts are up to on LinkedIn from right within the Outlook 2010 beta. When Office 2010 ships, you’ll also be able to see your contacts’ Facebook and MySpace actions in the same place. But let’s take a step back: what is the Outlook 2010 Social Connector? Take a look at the photo below: At…