It is Friday evening after a nice long busy week and I got permission to release another powertoy! This powertoy is the OneNote Search and Replace feature so please check it out. I know a few people have asked for this on the newsgroup as well as via the comments section. Perfect for when code names change (think Longhorn-->Vista). This powertoy was written by an superstar OneNote developer so a big round of applause for Jeffrey; thank you much for coding this and letting me release this.
Please use at your own risk, but please do enjoy! Have a great weekend all!
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I am a big Search and Replace person, especially in Word and Dreamweaver. It boggled my mind why the
Daniel Escapa has released a new OneNote 2007 Powertoy . The Search and Replace Powertoy does just what
Hey Daniel. Good idea but the folks at GBM are reporting it's not UMPC-friendly at 800x480 any chance for supporting that resolution?
Josh - Yes sadly it seemed to be hard coded, that is why this is a powertoy since it isn't as polished as most things Microsoft officially releases. Sorry about that but alas..."AS IS" BTW sorry to be unhelpful but there is really all I can do. Otherwise I hope it works well...take care.
Just last week I was looking for Search and Replace. I couldn't find it. I started to blog about it and was going to ping you with a big, old, WHY CAN'T I SEARCH AND REPLACE? I got a little distracted with other work and didn't send it yet. Great timing and nice to find this now!
Now I can delete that draft post. :)
I was elected to write regarding this add-in and the Read over your How-to on creating an add-in for OneNote
It's getting hard to keep blogging about OneNote in detail now that I am no longer on the team, but I
It's getting hard to keep blogging about OneNote in detail now that I am no longer on the team, but
After I install it, I don't see any new button in OneNote. I just uninstalled and reinstalled it just to make sure I didn't do anything wrong. There's a folder in my Programs directory called "OneNote Search and Replace" with files such as an icon, dll and an executable. I just can't figure out how to get the button in OneNote.
I installed it and it just says Search Failed no matter what I try to search for and what options I set. OneNote2007...
Same problem as Joel. Installed it on OneNote 2007 on Vista Business and no matter what I try searching for, I get a "Search failed".
Some other people have reported that if you never installed Desktop search 3.0 you get "search failed". Maybe that solves it?
A few astute readers pointed out I (intentionally) missed a few addins the OneNote team finished last