April 22nd is Earth Day, and in celebration we've put together some great OneNote resources to help you and your schools reduce your paper usage with OneNote.  I've written about this previously, including our web page on how to reduce paper/processing usage with OneNote.  Whether it's using the Send to OneNote printer or moving training and on-boarding materials into OneNote notebooks, we think that using OneNote is a great way to both help the environment and save yourself some other "green" (as is $$$ dollars :-)  These days, printing is costly to both the environment and school budgets.

 

Michael Oldenburg, OneNote's top-notch writer, has a great blog post all about OneNote and earth day,

Including the new Green Living Ideas notebook template that is being released today.

 

The Green Living Ideas notebook is free to download from our Templates site and it works with all versions of OneNote 2007 — including the free trial version. You can download other, free OneNote 2007 templates — including full notebooks plus individual sections and pages — from the OneNote Templates catalog on the Office Online Web site.

 

For more great Earth Day ideas, check out the Office blog entry for today.