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: OneNote Spy (omspy) for OneNote 2010

    Ilya created the OneNote OM Spy tool back in 2007. Here it is updated for OneNote 2010. It works much like the original , so I don’t think I need to post a new image or anything like that. There is one change - you can choose which schema you want to use with the dropdown along the top of the window...
  • Blog Post: A bulk image importer powertoy for OneNote 2010

    "Vince" wrote to me a while back and asked if there was any way to update the text importer to import JPG files. It seems he had hundreds of these files for an anatomy class and was getting frustrated with copy/pasting them one at a time into OneNote. It turns out it was fairly simple to make the...
  • Blog Post: Some quick notes on updating OneNote 2007 addins for OneNote 2010

    I was asked how to do this and wrote up some "down and dirty" notes on what I found works well. Assuming you have a toolbar based addin, here's the steps to get it working for OneNote 2010 (and only on OneNote 2010): Find and replace “2007” strings in schema namespaces to “2010”...
  • Blog Post: A powertoy to make using Adapx pens for OneNote a little easier for me

    I managed to get my hands on a Capturx pen a while back from AdapX. If you haven't seen these pens, they are pretty nice - you can use their pen and their notebooks to take notes and sync the data to OneNote. It works well, but one aspect of the page their software created always bothered me. If you...
  • Blog Post: Reading the OneNote schema documentation helps prevent bugs

    As I was working on the Calendar Page Make r powertoy for OneNote, I hit a problem at one point with trying to get the size of the columns in the table correct. I wanted my table to look like this: Time of Day A really wide column to hold the events Hopefully, you can...
  • Blog Post: A summary of the OneNote powertoys from the test team for 2007

    I was getting ready to post this list of the addins the OneNote Test Team worked on in the year 2007 as a nice summary of what we had done when I noticed two things: People on this alias may not be subscribed to my blog (shame!) but would want this list. The test team had a hand in a great number...
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