Nota Bene: The OneNote Blog

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

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  • Blog Post: Head back to class with OneNote

    Summer’s nearly over. Students and teachers have begun preparing for their long march back into their classrooms. Over the years, many students and teachers who already rely on OneNote in school have told us that they wish OneNote 2007 were standard issue in every classroom. The word about OneNote...
  • 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: Take OneNote to class!

    Here in the hallways at Microsoft, there’s a particular utterance that can be heard with ever-increasing frequency: “Wow—I wish we’d have had something like OneNote back when I was in school...!” I'm one of the many people who feel this way. Aside from laptop computers and the Internet, OneNote...
  • 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...
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