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Microsoft OneNote 2010

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  • Microsoft OneNote 2010 gives you the ideal place to store and share your information in a single, easy-to-access location
  • Use quick filing to organize notebooks, ideal when you're working on multiple projects
  • Apply styles and formatting to selected text to another paragraph with the new Format Painter
  • See results as you type with improved Search functionality and view a prioritized list of Search results
  • Easily organize and jump between your notebooks with the improved notebook Navigation Bar
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Microsoft OneNote 2010 gives you the ultimate place to store and share your information in a single, easy-to-access location. Capture text, images, video and audio notes with OneNote 2010 to keep your thoughts, ideas, and important information readily available. By sharing your notebooks, you can simultaneously take and edit notes with other people on your network, or just keep everyone easily in sync and up-to-date. You can also take OneNote 2010 on the road with you by posting your notebooks online and accessing them from virtually anywhere using the Web or a smartphone.

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Microsoft OneNote 2010 gives you the ideal place to store and share your information in a single, easy-to-access location.

Capture text, images, as well as video and audio notes with OneNote. By sharing your notebooks, you can simultaneously take and edit notes with other people in other locations, or just keep everyone in sync and up to date. You can also take your OneNote 2010 notebooks with you--view and edit your notes from virtually any computer with an Internet connection or your Windows phone.1

Create one centralized resource for all of your ideas
OneNote 2010 delivers an array of new and improved tools that make it easy for you to capture and reference your ideas and important information.

  • Take notes while working in Microsoft Word 2010, PowerPoint 2010, or Internet Explorer using the new Linked Notes feature. OneNote provides a link to where you were in the source document at the time you took the note, keeping your ideas automatically connected to the content you create.
  • Save time and make your important content easily accessible. Use the new quick filing feature in OneNote 2010 to collect information while working in other programs. Send a copy of content from documents, Web pages, e-mail messages, or almost any program to the exact location you want in your OneNote notebooks.

Manage information with tools that save time and simplify your work
It's much easier to manage information when you can customize the way you work.

  • Explore and manage your notebooks more effectively with an enhanced notebook navigation bar, improved tools for managing sections, and multi-level page groups.
  • Save time with an advanced search experience that shows results as you type. OneNote 2010 learns from your searches and prioritizes results. You can also add wiki links to pages, sections, and section groups within your notebook to ensure related content is always easily accessible.

Work together more successfully
If you are one of the many people who work with others on projects, OneNote 2010 has good news for you.

  • In OneNote 2010, see recent changes highlighted automatically when you open a shared notebook along with an indicator showing who made each change.

  • Retrieve content you inadvertently discarded from the Notebook Recycle Bin or restore previous page versions if someone has made changes to the notes you need.

Collect information, brainstorm, and share ideas from more places
Your ideas, deadlines, and emergencies don't always occur conveniently when you are at your computer.

  • OneNote Web App is an online companion to Microsoft OneNote which enables you to extend your OneNote experience to the browser. Store your notes online and edit them from a Web browser. View and copy notes quickly, view edits by author, access previous page versions, and even edit shared notebooks simultaneously with others who are using OneNote Web App and OneNote 2010.2
  • OneNote Mobile 2010 gives you a lightweight viewing and editing tool for your notes that's especially designed for easy use on your Windows phone.3

Whether you're collecting information, making a plan, working with a team on an important project, or getting work done on the run, OneNote 2010 gives you the power to manage all of your information more easily, with more flexibility, and with better results.

1 Web and Windows phone access require an appropriate device and some functionality requires an Internet connection. Web functionality uses Office Web Apps, which require a supported Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari browser and either SharePoint Foundation 2010 or a Windows Live ID. Mobile functionality requires Office Mobile 2010 which is not included in Office 2010 applications, suites, or Office Web Apps. There are some differences between the features of the Office Web Apps, Office Mobile 2010 and the Office 2010 applications.
2 Requires SharePoint Foundation 2010 or a Windows Live ID.
3 OneNote Mobile 2010 is not included in the Office 2010 applications or suites.


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Platform: PC Disc
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  • ASIN: B0039L2XMA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.3 x 1.2 inches ; 1.9 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: June 15, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,074 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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82 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on June 20, 2010
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I have used & been utterly fascinated with this genre of software {"note-taker," "organizer," "outliner," "free-form database," "personal information manager"} for decades. I well remember using the earliest versions of "Tornado Notes" & askSam--both of which were wonderful in their time; I've upgraded both of those apps over the years & have tested NUMEROUS other competing programs--including: *InfoSelect, *Evernote, *MyInfo, *Ultra Recall, *WhizFolders, & *TreePad.

OneNote Easily beats them ALL! There is simply no contest.

For those of you who haven't tried OneNote, here's a brief description of its many benefits--While its Feature-List is Huge, Polished, & Intuitive, these are some key features:: OneNote is a great place to put ALL your notes. It lets you organize all your data & access it in a Snap. Easily add HYPERLINKS Between any Notes, or Hyperlink to websites & to other programs. It Retains Formatting when you copy from the Web or other apps, & accepts text, photos, handwriting, drawings & audio. OneNote lets you put ALL your data in a single spot & find it again in a couple clicks. Unlike cumbersome tree-based organizers, OneNote lets you organize your data into Major Categories ("Notebooks")--such as "family" "hobbies" "projects" ...Into Specific Topics (in Section Tabs)--like "my Wife" "Bible study notes" "Simpson Project" ...And Into individual "Notes"--be it 2 words or a lengthy treatise. SEARCHING is indexed so the results appear even Before you've entered your search-string! The Notebook Names, Section Tabs, & Notes display on the sides of your screen ready to open with a Click. Text formatting is available via right-click. It Automatically Saves And Backs up your work.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Tildieu on July 13, 2010
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UPDATED 07/28/11 --> OCR problem fixed. Original post has been updated to reflect usage for over a year.

To Whom it May Interest,

I am a dyed-in-the-wool proponent of OneNote thanks to its second iteration, 2007. While 2003 gave a tantalizing (and frustrating!) glimpse of what could be, 2007 delivered in most every way: functionality, stability, usability, and so on. I can attest that it is the best consumer program for indexing content I've ever come across. People, particularly students and others who need to accumulate and organize information, are disserving themselves and their projects by not using it.

I used the beta for several months and then purchased the program, which I've been using for over a year now. While 2010 was nothing near the gargantuan leap between 2003 and 2007, it didn't need to be. I appreciated the refinement of just a few key features in my favorite program, including:

(1) adding the ability to insert sub-tabs in any given section. You can also add sub-tabs to sub-tabs (but no more sub-tabs after the third order).
(2) vastly improving the "print to OneNote" functionality--now you can choose exactly where you want each file to go
(3) allowing greater ease in choosing where your notebook is stored
(4) improving synchronizing capabilities. I have tested under the following conditions, each of which I discuss below:

*synchronizing over a LAN network*

PROS: almost live-updating from one machine to another (there is a slight delay that has varied between the two networks I configured)
-includes all files (e.g. audio recordings) unlike SkyDrive

CONS: no user guide included with program to explain how to set it up.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By David Hood on October 19, 2010
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OneNote was a really good, but flawed product before. I tried OneNote 2007 a few years ago and loved it, but had trouble using it over two different computers -- work and home.

It could not compete very well with programs like EverNote for users that use more than one computer. Now, it syncs really well over the web and I love it!

It keeps me organized wherever I am. I can access my notebooks even if I'm on someone else's computer through a web browser.

Is it perfect? No, but its close and its the best option out there. I no longer "store" information only to not be able to remember later where I stored that information.

Highly recommended.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Winter TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 8, 2012
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NOTE: If you're interested in OneNote, Microsoft just released a free mobile version for Android and Windows Phone 7 smartphones. You can also play with a stripped-down, browser-based version of OneNote if you have an MSN or Hotmail account and you add the free Windows Live SkyDrive feature to it...just start using the Office 365 features and you should be able to access the browser-based version. Last, Microsoft will let you download a free trial copy of OneNote at the Microsoft Office website.

The #1 problem with OneNote is simply that no one I run across seems to know what it is. However, if you take just 5-10 minutes to poke around you'll find that Microsoft OneNote is the most useful part of the suite that you never knew existed.

Put simply, OneNote is a place for your stuff. Think of it as a switchboard for MS Office. OneNote lets you organize groups of topics into "Notebooks". Each Notebook you create has a series of tabs across the top (called "Sections"), and each Section contains one or more pages. The structure is similar to a filing cabinet, with tabs, folders, and files, but because this is a piece of software we're talking about, it does oh so much more.

The goal behind OneNote is that you should open the program and immediately be able to start working. The is no Save button, anywhere: everything you do is saved in realtime--that way, you don't have to think about anything but what you're trying to do. It isn't designed for detailed text formatting like Word, but it is smart enough to auto-create some of the things you commonly use, like bulleted lists and tables of information. For example, if I want to start typing rows and columns in a grid, I simply...start typing.
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