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Monday, September 12, 2011

Discovering the Greatness of Microsoft OneNote


Microsoft OneNote is a fabulous, yet often over-looked program. In this article I am going to highlight some of the features and uses of OneNote.

1. Organize your "stuff."

The core strength of OneNote is its ability to help you get and stay organized. You will love that you can store, tag and manipulate just about anything, such as pictures, text, digital handwriting and even voice.

One of the best things about OneNote is that you can write anywhere on a page and/or move each note box anywhere on a page. Not only that, but you can drag and drop whole pages, sections and even notebooks.

It is very easy to take screenshots of websites or documents. The only caveat is that the screenshot is automatically saved as an unfiled note instead of directly to the page you are currently working on. (It's not really a big thing though - it's easy to move it to where you need it to be.)

You can create Microsoft Outlook tasks directly from OneNote and vice versa. You can also send info back and forth between OneNote and Microsoft word, as well.

OneNote synchs with mobile devices so you can access OneNote from anywhere. You can send pictures or text from wherever you are directly to OneNote and ensure that you never forget or lose that valuable piece of information.

2. Tag and search.

OneNote has a powerful search function that allows you find what you need quickly and painlessly. You can easily search by tag; however, if you need to find something you didn't tag, you can easily search by word or phrase.

Tags are a great way to keep track and find your important messages, notes and to-dos. The tags are also customizable, so you can change, create or delete tags at whim.

You can also create a summary page of all your tagged notes to keep them organized and easily accessible. You'll love this! By creating a summary page of all your tagged notes, you'll be able to see all your tagged items at once.

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