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OneNote 2007: Can different people work offline & it'll synch up a

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by Tina, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. Tina

    Tina Flightless Bird

    Example: A shared notebook is on the office network where everyone can access
    it. Everyone can work in it and make changes. Two or more people need to
    take it home over the weekend (offline) and work on the same notebook. Then
    on Monday when they come in the office, they want all their work synched back
    to the original notebook. Is this possible and how?
     
  2. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

    Re: OneNote 2007: Can different people work offline & it'll synchup a

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    > Example: A shared notebook is on the office network where everyone can access
    > it. Everyone can work in it and make changes. Two or more people need to
    > take it home over the weekend (offline) and work on the same notebook. Then
    > on Monday when they come in the office, they want all their work synched back
    > to the original notebook. Is this possible and how?


    It works automagically !

    ON notices the disconnect and the reconnect by itself.
    You can observe the actual sync behaviour by clicking at the "View sync
    status" button.

    Only one hint:

    Do NOT CLOSE a notebook you're working on offline.
    That would be a deadly mistake ;-)

    The reason behind is that ON caches all changes locally until they can
    be synched. If you close the unsynched notebook prematurely then the
    changes are lost.

    So: never close a running notebook ...

    Bernd
     
  3. John Waller

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