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What is OneNote?

Written by IT News on 4:11 AM

Organize essential information in a digital notebook.

OneNote tabbed interface
Do you spend too much time searching through information you have stored in multiple places? With Microsoftآ® Office OneNoteآ® 2007 you and your work team can overcome the challenges of today's increasingly complex information environment.

An integrated part of the 2007 Microsoft Office system, OneNote 2007 is structured like a digital three-ring binder. You can gather, organize, find, and share typed and handwritten text, images and graphics, and audio and video recordings from a single location on your desktop, laptop, or tablet PC. And with support for multiple and shared notebooks, collaborating with others is efficient and straightforward.

Other new capabilities of OneNote 2007 include:
Instant search. Indexed and super fast, the search function quickly finds what you need.
Tables. Paste tables from Microsoft Office Word and Excelآ®, or the Web into OneNote 2007 pages without losing the original formatting.
Drag-and-drop functionality. Easily drag pages, sections, or folders to your other notebooks.
Try the 2007 Microsoft Office system beta now and find out how OneNote 2007 can help you save time, stay organized, and be more effective.

Check out OneNote 2007.
See how easy it is to manage and share information.

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  1. 2 comments: Responses to “ What is OneNote? ”

  2. By Anonymous on June 28, 2007 at 1:11 AM

    I still love to use previous version of office.

    I thinks its more simple


  3. By Anonymous on June 28, 2007 at 4:06 AM

    great article.
    but i'm stopping using microsoft since openoffice version 2.0 is also more easy to use.

    by the way this is a good blog, juast continue on what you doing, perhaps will help other


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