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  • Blog Post: Keeping My Note Flag Customizations

    OneNote's Note Flags feature rocks. However, after I started using them I ran into a funny, subtle bug. My Note flag customizations never stayed around after OneNote shutdown. All two times I restarted OneNote I had to customize the Note Flags again. I tried a quick experiment and found out why...
  • Blog Post: Using Note flags in Onenote

    How I expected to use note flags was very ambitious. How I actually use them is much simpler. I like the ability to flag TODO items more than the ability to browse by bug, email alias, etc. I use check box style flags and keep the summary set to show only unchecked items, while keeping the search...
  • Blog Post: My OneNote Persona: 'Piler'

    I am writing this using a free trial of OneNote I installed on my home computer. Last week I chimed in that that you can try OneNote online. The free trial is better. OneNote is the kind of application you want to dive into. Dipping a toe doesn't give you a real feel for it. I also got some mail asking...
  • Blog Post: Try OneNote!

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HA011436411033.aspx (I saw this on sluper's blog entry .) About a year ago I started using Onenote to keep a work log. It has been awesome. My OneNote log acts as the glue that ties the bug database, and source control system back to the people and experiences...
  • Blog Post: OneNote Newbie

    I just started trying OneNote. It seems like a good replacement for notepad when keeping a log of what I do day to day. However I was able to feel like a moron for a good ten minutes as I started using it. I saw the pen on the tool bar and tried it out. Ink is cool. However, using a mouse to ink...
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