Do you find yourself flipping through the pages searching for that one detail you wrote down on the back of a page or ever misplaced your notebook for a period of time? Try using Microsoft OneNote. Once I converted, I realized how nice it is to have one place to gather, organize and share all of my work and personal information. The application is very easy to use as it works just like a notebook would or even having a file cabinet full of notebooks, only it's lighter weight. 6 Reasons OneNote outsmarts your spiral notebook: • OneNote provides one single place to collect all your ideas, information, photos, videos, screen clips and web links. You never run out of blank pages or have to carry multiple notebooks.• The search functionality makes finding a specific idea or action item quick and easy. • OneNote integrates with other Office 2010 applications such as Outlook and PowerPoint. I particularly like being able to flag an item in my notes as a Task and having it appear in my Outlook Tasks. Or opening a meeting invite on my calendar and clicking the OneNote icon to begin a new page for meeting notes that is pre-populated with the meeting details such as meeting subject, date and attendees. • Share information easily through email. After a meeting, click the E-mail page button under the Share tab and distribute your meeting notes without having to retype or cut & paste. • Record audio (if your laptop has a built in microphone) than search through the audio files later, especially useful for meetings and capturing items you may have missed (this is the one feature I use the most).• Access your information from anywhere through a Windows-based Smartphone or web browser. This really comes in handy if your job requires you to be on the move all the time. Check it out for yourself; there are lots of resources to get you started. Here are a few good ones I found: “A quick introduction to OneNote", Meet OneNote"
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