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Nota Bene: Tips and techniques for Microsoft Office OneNote (A blog by Michael C. Oldenburg)

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  • Blog Post: Is “narrow-casting” a good idea for OneNote Help content?

    You may remember me first mentioning my colleague Joannie Stangeland back in the spring, when she decided to launch a podcast-style “how-to” video series called A Writer’s Guide to Microsoft Office . At first glance, this might have seemed like a run-of-the-mill video series, but Joannie decided to experiment...
  • Blog Post: Gain and share OneNote knowledge on Facebook

    Ah, Facebook. You either love it or hate it, right? Well, now there’s another reason to love it. Microsoft OneNote now has its very own fan page on Facebook, which means you now have an easier way to get free tips about your favorite program, share ideas about the ways you use OneNote, and get answers...
  • Blog Post: OneNote. Share the love.

    Ever wanted to convey to your friends, family, or co-workers what’s so great about OneNote? This entertaining new video cuts to the chase: It’s the sharing! Pass it on! ;)
  • Blog Post: Download the new “Green Living Ideas” notebook for OneNote

    In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, I’ve put together a new “Green Living Ideas” notebook for OneNote 2007 that you can download for free . You can use it to list, organize, and keep track of a variety of “green living” ideas, reminders, and opportunities. The notebook contains five suggested sections...
  • Blog Post: Love OneNote? Show your support!

    Each month, as I go through customer comments and feedback here on my blog and from the articles on the Office Online site, there’s a recurring theme that we on the OneNote team never grow tired of hearing: Our customers really love OneNote. If you count yourself among those of us who can’t...
  • Blog Post: Learn from a pro: Real-world draft management in OneNote 2007

    Some of the best computer tips out there aren't ever “in the manual,” so to speak. We search the Web to see if someone before us has solved a problem or found an easier, better, and faster way of doing something we want to do. More recently, the convergence of blogs, broadband, and high-quality video...
  • Blog Post: It's that time of year again...

    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. If you missed my original blog post, you can still read it here: Survive the...
  • Blog Post: What do you want to see in a OneNote 2007 book?

    Over the past few months, I’ve been asked by some of my readers if I can recommend any good books about OneNote. In short, the answer is a reluctant “No.” If you do a quick search in Amazon.com’s Books section for “OneNote 2007” (include the quote marks in your...
  • Blog Post: Meet Mike Tholfsen, the OneNote Ninja!

    By day, Mike Tholfsen is the Principal Test Manager on the OneNote team here at Microsoft. By night, Mike’s the “ OneNote Ninja ” and the composer of the now infamous OneNote anthem . For the past year or so, Mike’s been a tireless and passionate advocate for driving OneNote awareness and adoption...
  • Blog Post: Office Labs community site makes its debut today

    For the past few months, the Office Labs group at Microsoft has been hard at work, prototyping a number of community-oriented projects. As of today, these projects are no longer shrouded in mystery. Head on over to the Office Labs site to check out what’s available! Office Labs is headed by Chris...
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