This month’s collection of tips on the Microsoft At Work Web site (shown below) gives a shout-out to one of my previous blog posts, in which I shared some tips about using OneNote for holiday and event planning.
 
 

Microsoft At Work

If you missed my original blog post, you can still read it here:

Survive the holidays with OneNote
 
Survive the holidays with OneNote 2007

http://blogs.msdn.com/michael_oldenburg/archive/2007/12/16/6686183.aspx


All of the links in the article are still valid (for example, the pointers to the various editions of Microsoft Office that include OneNote). The new 2009 OneNote calendar templates are still being posted on the Office Online Web site, but you can start grabbing the first ones here.

Be sure to check out the Templates site on Office Online for new calendars in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, you can download a ton of other templates there — all free of charge.

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