OneNote Testing

What it is like to be a tester on the Microsoft OneNote team and day to day life as an SDET in Office. Plus a few tips for using OneNote and an occasional powertoy.

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  • Blog Post: Source code for the text importer for OneNote

    Way back when, the server that held the source code for the text importer got shut down. Since this blogging platform limits me to one attachment per post, I had to post the executable for everyone. I have received enough requests to let me know that this is a popular enough addin that people want the...
  • Blog Post: Source Code for the updated Table Powertoy for OneNote

    Just a short note today. Below my signature is the download file for the updates Brad Covell made for the Table of Contents / Table Sorter powertoy for OneNote. If anyone improves this further, feel free to ping me. If it really takes off, maybe we can even get someone to post it on
  • Blog Post: Source code for the Bulk Ink Eraser powertoy

    The source code for this powertoy is attached below my signature at the end of this column. It's really just the inkeraserclass.cs file- everything else is just the setup/interface for it. The code here was fairly straightforward but still took some time for me to understand how to get all the ink...
  • Blog Post: An addin to help Visual Studio users with moving code to OneNote

    David Tinney sent me this really nifty addin for Visual Studio 2008. It lets you copy code with formatting from Visual Studio into OneNote. It’s been a popular request from those folks out there that write a lot of code and I’m glad to see this type of addin get created. Here's the short...
  • Blog Post: Source code for the OneNote Merge Pages powertoy and a tedious test task

    Reader Mark Jordan made a request last week for the source code for the Merge Pages powertoy at . Jeff Cardon graciously agreed to release it, and you can download it here. Down at the bottom of this entry below my...
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