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  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Integrating with a Document Management System

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    Just last week a new paper was posted on OneNote's MSDN site: Integrating OneNote 2007 with a Document Management System. Alex Simmons, another PM on the OneNote team, has been working on this document and it is a great whitepaper helping explain how to program something that integrates OneNote and a DMS (document management system).

    I would recommend this paper to anyone who is interested in developing someone with OneNote. There are some great gems in the article such as:

    Files Are Saved Automatically

    Any changes made to the files are saved automatically. This happens on an interval, which differs based on where the file is actually stored:

    • Local drive: 5 seconds
    • UNC share: 30 seconds
    • SharePoint library: 10 minutes
    • HTTP share: 10 minutes

    By default, notebooks are stored in the user's My Documents folder.

    Working with the OneNote Cache

    When OneNote saves a change to a file, it first saves the change to the OneNote cache, and then later replicates and merges it with the actual .one file. The .one files may be stored on the local drive, on a share, or in a SharePoint library. The cache enables users to have continuous access to their notes, regardless of where the files are actually stored or if the user is online or offline. Users can make edits to files while they are offline and OneNote automatically merges the changes back to the file when the file is available again. This also prevents OneNote from writing the entire file from the cache each time replication happens. Instead, only changes are replicated and merged with the actual file.

    If your document management system supports SMB/CIFS or WebDAV, it may be possible to open the files stored in the document management system directly. However, if your version-history model is to create a copy for each version of a file, this does not work well, because OneNote continuously updates the open (and checked out) files as they are edited.

    By default, the cache file is stored at C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\OneNote\12.0.

    • Cache file name: OneNoteOfflineCache.onecache
    • Cache thicket folder name: OneNoteOfflineCache_Files

    Pasted from <http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa395228.aspx 

    Nice work Alex! If people have comments on the document please comment below.

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    OMSpy - A OneNote developer’s tool

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    I know a few people have created their own app which does this but I finally wanted to release the one that Ilya Koulchin created for us on the OneNote team. Introducing..OMSpy

    OMSpy Overview

    OMSpy is a tool to get you started using the OneNote API, it allows you to export the XML for an entire OneNote hierarchy, sections & pages. It also lets you update the hierarchy with one click of a button. Additionally you can update the page content and see if you edits are valid before updating them on a page.

    Screenshot

     

    Commands

    1. Refresh – This will refresh the current hierarchy of what you see in the view
    2. Release – This will release OMSpy's COM reference to OneNote
    3. Get Content – If you have an item selected this will give you the XML for the content. This is mainly useful for the pages
    4. Update Content – If you make changes in the content field it will update the XML accordingly and make a change on the page.
    5. Publish PDF – This will publish a PDF for the current item selected, via the API
    6. Save Archive – This will create a OneNote Package (onepkg file) for the item selected
    7. New Page – This will create a new page in the section selected
    8. Navigate To – This will launch OneNote and navigate to the item selected
    9. Update Properties – This will update the page's properties as listed under the main content
    10. Exit – Well I think you can understand this one

    All you need to do is to download OMSpy.zip and extract it wherever you want, make sure you have OneNote 2007 installed and then you are done! I believe it needs the .net 2.0 framework.

    Download: OMSpy.zip

    If you have problems please let us know. <applause> Otherwise a big thanks to Ilya for his help on this! <applause>

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Send a Smile feedback tool - no comments accepted after October 14

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    I have written about Send a Smile before and it looks like it is time for it to be over. It has been a very valuable feedback tool for us on the team and we value your input however we are transition from finishing Office 2007 (Office12) we are now moving to planning and working on Office14; that being said the Send a Smile tool will be discontinued on 14-Oct-2006. Here is the announcement:

    Thank you for using the Send a Smile tool to tell us about your 2007
    Microsoft Office system experiences! Starting with early builds of the 2007
    Office system and continuing through the Beta2TR build, you have sent us more
    than 40,000 smiles and frowns, and we are thankful for every one of them.
    Reading your comments has been fun and insightful, but most importantly, it
    has continually helped us improve Office. Your Send a Smile feedback had a
    tangible impact on the product and your comments influenced many of our
    decisions over the last year.

    The Send a Smile tool has been designed exclusively for managing beta
    feedback. Due to the manual nature of processing feedback submitted using the
    tool, we regret we will no longer be able to respond to Send a Smile feedback
    after October 14, 2006. We will continue to investigate ways to make it easy
    for you to provide us with feedback of this nature in the future with an eye
    toward improving our processing system for this feedback.

    Please uninstall the Send a Smile tool before October 31, 2006, by following
    these steps:

    1. From the Start menu, point to Settings and then click Control Panel.
    2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
    3. In the list of currently installed programs, select Microsoft Office
    Information Worker Feedback Program and then click Remove or Add/Remove. If a
    dialog box appears, follow the instructions to remove the program.
    4. Click Yes or OK to confirm that you want to remove the program.

    Thanks again for using the Send a Smile tool!
    --
    Mirko Mandic - Office User Experience Program Manager

    (Link1) (Link2)

    Thank you all for your feedback via this tool, but please uninstall it and get that hard drive space back : )

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    A teaser on how OneNote storage and replication works

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    The other day someone internally was asking how OneNote stored its files and how often the save behaviour actually happened. You know if you were to pull the power cord on your computer what would you lose and what wouldn't you lose? Well Irina Yatsenko from the OneNote Test team wrote up the following to answer the question and she wanted me to post it for all to see:

    Now, I'll describe in more details what we do in OneNote 2007:

    1. Internally all data from a single paragraph on a page up to a notebook are represented in a graph, which is split in areas we call "graph spaces". This allows us to load/save incrementally per a graph space, so when you open a notebook, you'd see all section tabs popping up almost immediately though pages inside those sections aren't yet loaded. When saving we can also choose which piece to save, rather than saving everything.
    2. We never save directly to the server hosting the files (even if it's a local machine). First we save into local cache file. Because the cache is local and OneNote has exclusive access to it, we can guarantee that save always succeeds (if not, OneNote will force an exit, because running without a cache means users might lose data, and we think it's better to exit then lose data). Save into cache happens every 30 sec or on exit ([descapa] I have found this to be faster at times though I am not pulling my power cord out)
    3. To propagate the data from the cache back to the original location of the sections we use background process – replication (=sync). Schedule for the sync depends on the actual store: UNC servers / local machine replicate every 30 sec, but for SharePoint it's by default set to 10 min. If replication fails (e.g. because the machine has lost power) the cache will still have the data and will try to replicate again after OneNote is restarted.
    4. Actual mechanics of the incremental save are rather technical. The bottom line is that we have our own binary format and all changes are stored in form of "revisions", sort of diff between current state and previously saved state. As these revisions grow OneNote will run optimization to clean up the revisions and update the main base state.

     

    Hope it clears things a bit, let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks Irina! So I hope this explains things like why we have a cache (which allows OneNote to go offline, merge changes and more) as well as explain why our app works certain ways. The storage tech is actually quite complex and innovative; I haven't really appreciated it as much until I deal with other sync technologies that make me choose which copy is the most up-to-date, etc. There is still a lot more going on under the covers but this is a good overview, if you have more questions please let us know.

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Outlook Sidebar Gadgets, should OneNote get one too?

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    Over on Melissa's & Ryan's blog they announce the Outlook 2007 Sidebar gadgets for download:

             Outlook Upcoming Appointments – shows you your upcoming appointments.

             Outlook Tasks – shows you your tasks and flagged mail all in one place, plus gives you an easy way to enter tasks, just like the To-Do Bar.

    Go check them out!

    Now I wanted to ask you all in the blogsphere would you like a Sidebar gadget for OneNote? What would you want it to do? We have some ideas and I wanted to get a pulse from you all. The Sidebar is a great technology which allows you to just have some information up on the screen. On my desktop I have the weather for outside (since I am indoors all day!) and the weather back where my family is. I also have a stock ticker and some beta gadgets that will be coming out shortly. I like the Sidebar but do you all use it? Please let me know in the comments or email me!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Include OneNote in Start menu search results - WDS OneNote

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    If you are using Vista you might have fallen in love with the new start menu which automatically includes Windows Desktop Search results when you search for something.  This enables you to search for programs, files and emails all from the same place.  The other day the OneNote PMs where in a meeting and someone said that they didn't see OneNote hits in the search menu results and I told them that this wasn't the case as I use it all of the time.  We I found the difference, I had changed a start menu search option which included the OneNote files and by default the option was set differently.  I wanted to share this with you all, here is how to set this up:

    Include OneNote hits in Vista start menu search results:

    1. Right-click on the taskbar and choose properties:
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    2. Start Menu tab and then the “Customize..” button
    3. Scroll down to “Search files” and set it to “Search entire index”
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    4. Click Ok & Ok.
    5. Success!

    For example I have an ING Direct account and I never remember my account number so I just type this into the search results and hit enter:

    image

    Enjoy!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    OneNote 2013 Preview is now available

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    OneNote

    OneNote 2013 was announced earlier today as part of the Office Customer Preview , and we're really excited to show you what the team has been working on for the last two years. Over the next few weeks, Engineering OneNote will explore each of the changes we've made in detail, but for now you can check out What's New in OneNote 2013

    Try OneNote 2013 today

    We'd love to hear what you think of the new OneNote, so please let us know in the comments below. 

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Fix for Daily Journal in OneNote 2007

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    I was reading my feeds, I am way behind, and I saw this great post from AdminID over @ OneNote PowerToys, which discusses how to fix the Daily Journal for OneNote 2007. Here is what AdminID says:

    I was manually recreating the functions of the Daily Journal PowerToy using the same format and a "Links" page with a hyperlink to the section, but came across a tip by Ilya Koulchin this morning…To get the Daily Journal PowerToy to work in OneNote 2007…

    • Have to use the first open Notebook
      • Create a Section Group named "Journal"
      • Inside of that create a Section Group named "2006
      • Start up OneNote Daily Journal and press Windows-J for it to create a Section for the month and a page for today.

    And you can see what Ilya said earlier:

    We've tried to maintain compatibility with existing plugins for this release, however, due to the many improvements (such as allowing users to have multiple notebooks), it is not always clear how to map previous functionality into the new model, as evidenced in this case. In the future, if you discover other plugins that don't work as expected you can log them as bugs on the connect site.

    Ilya is one of the kickass developers on the team who have been working on sync'ing, the API and more. Thanks Ilya & AdminID!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Learn from Microsoft IT! Manage OneNote Notebooks

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    Microsoft is not a small company and therefore we have a pretty good IT Department. One of the jobs that the IT Dept does is provide training and how-tos for Microsoft employees. As you can imagine there is a lot of new software and versions at Microsoft and the IT group does these quick informational sheets about different applications. Well I just found out that I can share the OneNote 2007 & 2003 training materials with you all. They are just a few quick tips for new OneNote users (and for those who haven't had time to explore fully). These are meant for busy people who need help. If you are training your friends I would recommend mailing these to your friends. That being said here they are:

    Managing OneNote Notebooks Learn More (ppt – 1.32meg)

    Managing Your OneNote Notebook Learn More (2003) (ppt – 1.4meg)

    A big thanks to Parker and the rest of the IT Productivity Education group! Thank you! For everyone else I hope this is useful for you

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Creating a C/C++ Add-In which works with OneNote!

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    I thought I would take some time today and write up how to program a C/C++ add-in that works with OneNote 2007. Here are the directions I had and downloads below.

    1. Open Visual Studio and create a new C++ project.
    2. For my example I am creating a Win32 Console App:

    3. Now I want to add the OneNote2007 header file, OneNote12.h. You can find that attached with this document. Make sure to copy it to the folder with your C++ source files as well as add it to your header files like this:

    4. Add a new #include for OneNote:

      #include "OneNote12.h"

    5. Now just connect to OneNote like you would any other COM API. Please see here for an example:

          CoInitialize(NULL);

          IApplication* piOneNote;

       

          CoCreateInstance(__uuidof(Application), NULL,

              CLSCTX_LOCAL_SERVER, __uuidof(IApplication), (void**)&piOneNote);

       

          if(piOneNote)

          {

              BSTR temp;        

              HRESULT hr = piOneNote->GetHierarchy(NULL, hsNotebooks, &temp);

              wprintf(L"%s", temp);

          }

    A huge thanks to Ilya Koulchin for his help with this, I couldn't have done this without you!

    Downloads:

    This should be all that you need to get this working, but if you need anything please let us know!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Microsoft Connect, Send a Smile: your feedback & bugs

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    First of all I would like to say thank you! Many of you are submitting bugs and taking time to let us know what you think about OneNote 2007. Over the past few months as we have shipped Beta1, B1TR and Beta2 we have gotten a great amount of feedback from you all, our wonderful customers. We mainly have these avenues of feedback:

    1. OneNote Newsgroup
    2. Microsoft Connect – OneNote
    3. Office Send a Smile

    I wanted to give you all a quick rundown of what happens with the feedback that you all submit.

    OneNote Newsgroup

    With the newsgroup feedback parts of the team goes through all of the posts and looks for potential problems as well as suggestions and what people are saying. As the general beta-guy/customer feedback PM I have been looking @ most of the posts and I have forwarded them to the people who own those features. If there is a person complaining about ink I will send the newsgroup thread/post over to the people working on ink. When there were problems with note flags not being upgraded I looked into the problem and worked with the team to get a fix in. You get the point, I read your comments and they go directly to the people coding, designing and testing the features, your voice is heard.

    Additionally other people on the team look through the newsgroup posts and report back weekly on what has been going on. We try and help whenever we can but we have some great people on the newsgroup (Patrick, Ben & Erik) who reply, we generally see what people are doing with OneNote and what people are confused about.

    Microsoft Connect

    For those of you who have submitted bugs on the Connect site you are our best helpers. You all have more types of computers and more interesting ways that you are using OneNote and we want to see the issues you all are facing. Each of your bugs are examined and we look to see if they are already fixed or if we can reproduce the problem with the most recent builds.

    If there is indeed a problem we track the bug and it goes to a developer who will look @ your comments and make a fix. I know there have been many bugs that have come in and we work on the fix. Your feedback is key for this.

    Additionally many of your submit suggestions for OneNote, which is great however there isn't much we can do right now. We are all focused on finishing OneNote 2007 and because of that we aren't get your suggestions in OneNote 2007. However please let us know what you think so that we can get great customer feedback for the next release.

    Send a Smile

    Finally there are Send a Smile reports, which allows you to send us a screenshot and your comments about what happened and what you didn't (or did like). Sadly most of the reports we get are frowns, which is understandable but I love hearing what people like about OneNote as well. That being said I look through all of your Send a Smile reports and I look for potential problems. Most of them we already know about but there are some great gems in there that I create a bug and start tracking it. Finally I take all of your comments and I send them out to the team and everyone reads them.

    For more info about the Send a Smile program please see Jensen Harris' post: Where do the smiles go?

     

    I guess the moral of the story is this: the OneNote team is listening to you. Your feedback goes directly to the people who work on the product and we love your feedback. There have been many fixes we have done based on your feedback. I can't discuss all of them but I will be able to in the near future. I think the OneNote team has a great customer connection and we are looking to maintain this relationship with you all. Again thank you.

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Follow-up to WebDAV support with OneNote 2007

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    I saw this on the OneNote newsgroup and I wanted to pass it on:

    Subject: OneNote + WebDAV Update

    Given the interest in the area, I  wanted to set the story straight (so far)
    for hosting OneNote notebooks on plain WebDAV servers.

    This does NOT apply to SharePoint.

    For clients running Windows XP
    =====================
    Unfortunately in XP, OneNote notebooks on plain WebDAV servers won't be
    supported. The reason being XP issues unauthenticated OPTIONS, PROPFIND, and
    MOVE WebDAV requests even when the client is authenticated. Because these
    requests fail on secured DAV servers, OneNote fails to sync.

    If you insist, there is an UNSUPPORTED work around to enable this scenario.
    To do this, enable unauthenticated OPTIONS and PROPFIND requests on your DAV
    server. Please do not, I repeat, DO NOT, allow unauthenticated MOVE requests
    for security reasons. This allows XP OneNote clients to host notebooks on a
    plain DAV server, but won't be able to rename or move sections.

    To do this on Apache, edit httpd.conf to allow unauthenticated access for
    PROPFIND and OPTIONS requests to the notebook.
    For example, it may look like this:

    <LimitExcept OPTIONS PROPFIND>
    AuthType Digest
    AuthName DAV
    AuthUserFile conf/digest.passwd
    require valid-user
    </LimitExcept>


    For Clients Running Vista
    ================
    In Vista, accessing WebDAV with basic authentication over non-SSL servers is
    flat out not allowed. That's because we don't ever want to send your
    login/password in plain text through the wire.

    For all other WebDAV servers, OneNote notebooks on WebDAV servers should be
    supported in Vista. However, we've hit some issues that prevent this from
    working and we're working with the Windows WebDAV team to fix that up. Stay
    tuned for an update on this soon...

    Hope this helps,

    David Tse[MS]

    -----------------------------

    Thanks a bunch Dave!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Open as Notebook in OneNote - get it back in OneNote 2010

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    Right-click on a folder and choose “Open as Notebook in OneNote” was a little used power feature we had in OneNote 2007 was removed in 2010 because many people were confused by it.  Many people just didn’t know how to use it and we improved our open experience in OneNote to people wouldn’t need to do this.  That being said I wanted to let you know that if you _really_ missed this you can add it back via the registry, just add this:

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\OneNote.Open]
    @="Open as Notebook in OneNote"

    [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\shell\OneNote.Open\Command]
    @="C:\\PROGRA~1\\MICROS~3\\Office14\\ONENOTE.EXE \"%L\""

    (or whatever you have for your location of OneNote)

    This should be it and you are done. 

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Setup WebDAV on Windows Server 2003 to work with OneNote 2007

    • 5 Comments

    This is just what the developer said to get this setup:

    1. Install Server 2003

    2. Enable WebDAV

    3. Run IIS

    4. Right click on the machine/account/share name and click properties

    5. Click on the MIME types button

    6. New -> Extension=".one", MIME type="application/onenote"

    7. New -> Extension=".onepkg", MIME type="application/onenote"

    8. New -> Extension=".onetmp", MIME type="application/onenote"

    9. New -> Extension=".onetoc2", MIME type="application/onenote"

    10. Click OK and you're done

     

    This is what should do it, I have heard from one person that they couldn't get this working but please let me know if it works for you or not. Patrick, I believe you wanted to test this out. Please let me know if it works for you : )

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Onetastic adds Macros for OneNote

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    Those of you following the blog may remember Omer's Onetastic add-in that added many new features to OneNote - if you haven't seen this already, check out our previous post on it.  Omer has now added support for macros, which are a really cool way to automate tasks within OneNote. For instance, you can create a macro which removes all hyperlinks within your notebook, or one that can remove all images above a certain size.  Onetastic also ships with several macros like: 

    • Clean Author Info
    • Clean hyperlinks
    • Increase / Decrease Font Size
    • Search & Replace
    • Search & Highlight
    • Resize Images
    • Select Images
    • Auto-Fill
    • Function 

     

    Onetastic comes with an editor that lets you create your own macros:  

     

    Once you've created macros, you can import/export them as XML to share them with other Onetastic users:

     

     There's even a tutorial to help you get started! Let us know what you think about Onetastic macros in the comments below.

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Windows Desktop Search 3.0 final version!

    • 7 Comments

    This just in, Windows Desktop Search, WDS, just went gold and is released to the web! You can get it here:

    Windows Desktop Search 3.0 RTW for Windows XP (KB917013)

    For all of the other versions for Windows 2003 Server, XP 64-bit and more go here.

    Questions you may have:

    Q: Does this work with OneNote/Outlook 2007 B2TR?

    A: Probably not well! WDS changed and fixed a lot of issues between B2TR and now so this will fix a lot of search on the desktop but it will not work well with B2TR. Once the RTM version of Office 2007 is available it will work as expected.

    Q: Should I upgrade now?

    A: If you depend on search in Outlook/OneNote no matter how buggy it is in B2TR then keep working with the same version of WDS. Then when you have the final version of Office 2007 then you can install this final version of WDS 3.0. Otherwise if you depend on search on the desktop and you have issues with the current version upgrade to the final version, search in the Office apps may or may not work great.

    I hope that answers everything, happy searching!!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    OneNote 2013 COM API XML Schema - OneNote 2013 XSD

    • 3 Comments

    Omer wanted to make sure we uploaded the OneNote 2013 COM API XML Schema so customers could get it if you are programming against the OneNote 2013 API.  You can get it here: OneNoteApplication_2013_xsd.  It will download as a text file so please just rename it as an .xsd and then you can view it in your XML viewer of choice.

    For earlier versions you can see here: OneNote 2010 XML Schema & OneNote 2007 XML Schema.  Take care and happy programming! 

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    Encryption for Password Protected Sections

    • 5 Comments

    I just saw this question on an internal mailing list so I thought I would pass it on to the blogging community. The question was:

        What underlying security technology is used to protect OneNote content with passwords?

    Well the answer is:

    OneNote uses 3DES encryption, with 192 bit key length. We do encrypt all the content that you enter into the page, so once protected there is no way for someone to read it without knowing (or guessing) the password.

    What that means is the longer the password and the more complex the better. It takes some time but people can still brute force an attack on your files by guessing your password. Note that you cannot unlock password protected sections via the OneNote 2007 API. You just can't get to it unless the user opens OneNote and unlocks the password (even then they can still lock out API apps from getting encrypted content).

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    SnagIt Output for OneNote 2007

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    It looks like the great folks at TechSmith, makers of SnagIt & Camtasia Studio, have released an accessory output for OneNote 2007.  You can read about it here: SnagIt Output for Microsoft OneNote 2007:

    Use SnagIt to send your screen captures to Microsoft OneNote 2007 (graphic)

    Use SnagIt to capture, edit, and share exactly what you see on your screen – fast.

    SnagIt’s output for OneNote 2007 lets you add screen captures to any of your note pages with a single click. While there’s always the capture tool in OneNote, sometimes you need a few more options. With SnagIt you can capture scrolling windows, edit your captures, and place them exactly where you want them in your notes.

     

     

    I am glad to see someone using our API and if you are a SnagIt & OneNote user you should check it out: SnagIt Output for Microsoft OneNote 2007.

    Update @ 7/25/2007 10:24 PM: I saw that Kathy Jacobs blogged about this as well: Snagit to OneNote!  Looks like Kathy is having a give away of some SnagIt & Camtasia product keys!  See here:

    Last December, I did a User Group tour for TechSmith on SnagIt. I was given a number of key sets to give away. I just discovered that I have a pair of keys left over. A pair of keys? Yes! A key to SnagIt and a key to Camtasia! These keys will be given away as one prize to the user who sends me the best example of why then need SnagIt and the OneNote accessory.

    To enter, drop me a comment with what the new accessory lets you do. Make sure you provide your email address so I can contact you. Contest entries must be received by 8:00 am Arizona time on August 1st. I will announce the winner as soon as I choose one. I will email the keys to the winner and announce it here.

    Wow that is awesome Kathy!

  • Engineering OneNote Blog

    April blog round-up for OneNote

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    I can't believe that it is May already‽ I hope that everyone has been having a pleasant spring; I often look at the weather back east and I can't believe how warm and spring like it has been compared to Seattle which hasn't had the warmest of days (however yesterday & today have been great!). Well I just wanted to post the last month's blog posts that were collected by Mike Tholfsen the OneNote Test Manager:

    1. The Greatest Invention in Human History?  I vote for Microsoft OneNote
    2.  Getting Things Done: Using OneNote Exclusively - GTD is the Organizational system of "Getting Things Done" by David Allen.  It's all the craze these days, a bit like Steven Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.  Similar to the "Take Back Your Life" program
      1. Set up
      2. Organize
      3. Processing
      4. Collection
      5. Screen Shots:
      6. Deferred Items
      7. GTD with OneNote: emails and Outlook
      8. GTD with OneNote: Out and About
    3.  I need Office OneNote 2007 to live.
    4.  Onenote to Wordpress - Publishing my e-Lab-book
    5.  Have I told you lately, that I love OneNote 2007?
    6.  I use a program called OneNote 2007 (a rare writer's gem from Microsoft) which is fantastic.
    7.  OneNote is the top note-taking and organizing software available to college students; I've used it for 3 years now and I can't imagine how I would've lived without it.
    8.  Great Tool for Managing Personal Projects
    9.  OneNote takes the clutter on your desk and puts it on your computer
    10.  Why i love Microsoft OneNote
    11.  The improvements over OneNote 2003 are significant and provide a much more organized interface to store your notes
    12.  OneNote: My Favorite Time Saving Tech Tool
    13.  the machine comes with Microsoft's OneNote, it makes the tablet ROCK!
    14.  Keeping Notes - Onenote and Evernote for Realtors

     

    Thanks a bunch Mike! You rock and thanks to everyone else for giving us feedback that we all read and take the time to comment on; it is great to have a strong user community like you all!

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