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Innovative uses for OneNote

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by Steve Silverwood, May 4, 2010.

  1. Steve Silverwood

    Steve Silverwood Flightless Bird

    I'm interested in hearing from people who have devised innovative and
    imaginative ways of using OneNote in their daily lives. My interest
    is in doing a series of blog articles about this.

    FYI, I'm not a professional blogger, writer or publisher. Just doing
    this out of a personal love for the product and to bring to others'
    attention some of the out-of-the-box ways that it can be used.

    If you're interested, drop me a note at steve.silverwood@gmail.com or
    reply here.

    Thanks in advance!

    -- //Steve//

    Steve Silverwood, KB6OJS
    Wildomar, California, USA
    (Moving to Corona, CA on 16-May-2010)

    Email: steve.silverwood@gmail.com
    Blog: http://stevesilverwood.blogspot.com
    Twitter: http://twitter.com/kb6ojs
     
  2. Chuck Heatherly

    Chuck Heatherly Flightless Bird

    This is the user report that got me to start using OneNote last year:

    http://www.wintellect.com/CS/blogs/jrobbins/archive/2009/12/06/how-i-use-onenote.aspx

    Since I've started using the product (OneNote 2007 last year and now 2010), I find that I'm much more prone to record my
    loose thoughts rather than let them escape back into the ether and hope I remember next time. And now that the OneNote
    2010 SKU is included in all editions of Office 2010, my entire company is going to be using it, so I am looking forward
    to using its collaborative qualities with my team members.

    Chuck

    On Tue, 04 May 2010 19:47:21 -0700, Steve Silverwood <steve.silverwood@gmail.com> wrote:

    >I'm interested in hearing from people who have devised innovative and
    >imaginative ways of using OneNote in their daily lives. My interest
    >is in doing a series of blog articles about this.
    >
    >FYI, I'm not a professional blogger, writer or publisher. Just doing
    >this out of a personal love for the product and to bring to others'
    >attention some of the out-of-the-box ways that it can be used.
    >
    >If you're interested, drop me a note at steve.silverwood@gmail.com or
    >reply here.
    >
    >Thanks in advance!
    >
    >-- //Steve//
    >
    >Steve Silverwood, KB6OJS
    >Wildomar, California, USA
    >(Moving to Corona, CA on 16-May-2010)
    >
    > Email: steve.silverwood@gmail.com
    > Blog: http://stevesilverwood.blogspot.com
    >Twitter: http://twitter.com/kb6ojs
     
  3. rak

    rak Flightless Bird

    I use ON for a number of things. One of my favorites is to use it an
    integrated bookmark system for online and hard copy items of interest. I
    clip articles, ideas, etc. from (hard copy only) publications such as
    magazines, brochures, catalogs and newspapers. I then scan in the idea to
    ON, throw away the publication and the hard copy clipping, and am set to go.
    I used to save a pile of magazines, never go back to them and lose the idea
    forever. Now I have the picture, text and annotations in an easily searched
    format that can be integrated with similar things that I find online. Of
    course, I can print them out if I want. This is great for technology,
    sports such as fishing or surfing, woodworking and crafts, recipes, and
    news. It is also a good way to reach people who don't get all of their info
    electronically.

    "Steve Silverwood" <steve.silverwood@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:trm1u517s8ogjp6t9k0smg1mca2heqncul@4ax.com...
    > I'm interested in hearing from people who have devised innovative and
    > imaginative ways of using OneNote in their daily lives. My interest
    > is in doing a series of blog articles about this.
    >
    > FYI, I'm not a professional blogger, writer or publisher. Just doing
    > this out of a personal love for the product and to bring to others'
    > attention some of the out-of-the-box ways that it can be used.
    >
    > If you're interested, drop me a note at steve.silverwood@gmail.com or
    > reply here.
    >
    > Thanks in advance!
    >
    > -- //Steve//
    >
    > Steve Silverwood, KB6OJS
    > Wildomar, California, USA
    > (Moving to Corona, CA on 16-May-2010)
    >
    > Email: steve.silverwood@gmail.com
    > Blog: http://stevesilverwood.blogspot.com
    > Twitter: http://twitter.com/kb6ojs
     

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