That’s right… the for the next week… 7 days… 168 hours (that’s 7×24 hours thanks to my old pal Calc!) I will be living and breathing Microsoft OneNote 2007. So sit down, strap yourself in, and get ready for some great OneNote reading!
So to kick OneNote 2007 week off… lets have a look at what OneNote is?
Straight from my old friends at Microsoft…
Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 is a digital notebook that provides a flexible way to gather and organize your notes and information, powerful search capabilities so you can find what you’re looking for quickly, and easy-to-use shared notebooks for teams to work together more effectively.
Whoa… there are a lot of powerful words there that this paperclip just doesn’t understand. Basically, OneNote is a great tool which you can use to collect things you want to collect, and then search for them later. Just like a notebook, but electronic, and no paper!
How do I use OneNote? If I am surfing the web, or reading a document, and find a paragraph or something I want to keep for later reference, I just copy and paste it into OneNote. I can copy and paste text, links, emails, pictures, PowerPoint presentations, audio, pretty much anything I like!
So basically, if you want to organise all your note taking, research or brainstorming… OneNote is the way to go!
Next up we will look at the specifics of using OneNote 2007!
Till next time
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