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Tip o’ the Week #219 – OneNote takes flight
In case you missed it, OneNote had some interesting news a few months ago. The application has a great following amongst fans who crave being organised (at least some GTD aficionados too) , more so than maybe any other application (even Outlook). If you’re a user of OneNote, make sure you check out the...
9 May 2014
Tip o' the Week #98 - OneNote calendar front-end
Here's a doozy of a little application that provides a great front-end to OneNote 2010, from Omer Atay of the OneNote development team. In short, it's a separate app which shows a calendar view of all the OneNote pages you've written, arranged by date. If you have several notebooks open (maybe a Work...
17 Feb 2012
Tip o' the Week #52 - OneNote on 3 screens & a cloud
After the first year of ToWs, let’s start the 2nd with a short celebration of a cool feature in OneNote – not revolutionary, but the kind of thing that makes one smile when encountering it – somebody really thought about how OneNote was likely being used. Try typing a sum – like 52x1045= (that’s the...
5 Aug 2011
Tip o’ the Week #175 – a ‘tastic OneNote add-in
Regular ToW readers might recall a previous mention of an add-in to OneNote which provides useful additional functionality, perhaps most notably OneCalendar – which gives you a calendar view, with the titles of OneNote pages which were edited on that day… hover over the title to see a preview of the...
31 May 2013
Tip o’ the Week #176 - F(u)11 screen ahead
This week’s tip might seem a little obvious to some, yet partially unknown to others. Internet Explorer has offered the capability to display a page in full-screen mode, since IE4. Just like the “ content, not chrome ” ethos of the “ Metro ” Modern UI design language, reducing the various window borders...
7 Jun 2013
Tip o’ the Week #92 – Take and Share better meeting notes
Be the scribe OneNote is a great audit tool. When you’re in meetings with customers and partners why not offer to take the notes on your tablet, slate or laptop and then when the meeting is done simply save the notes as a PDF to create a simple, (almost) non editable version of the notes that you can...
27 Jan 2012
Tip o' the Week #188 – Writing on Windows
Owners of the HP Revolve 810 laptops (as many in Microsoft recently received through the new laptop refresh) can get hold of an HP Executive Pen as an option, to enable on-screen scribbling and the likes. Before everyone starts celebrating by dancing in the streets, it’s worth noting that the Executive...
6 Sep 2013
Tip o' the Week #37 - Quickly create a new task
If you’re super-efficient and use Outlook’s tasks functionality a lot, here’s a tip that might help you create a new task in double-quick time. Obviously, you can create tasks directly from Outlook itself (clicking on the New Items ribbon menu option, by pressing CTRL-N when you’re in the Tasks view...
17 Jun 2011
Tip o' the Week #109 - SkyDrive on the move
Everyone should know about SkyDrive - the free Microsoft service that gives users with a Live ID (including MSN, Hotmail etc) a 25Gb storage space online, accessible ostensibly from anywhere? Well, it's just been made more convenient to access SkyDrive files from mobile devices, thanks to SkyDrive Mobile...
13 Apr 2012
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