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Chapter 13. Sharing Notes with Co-Worker... > Publishing Notes on a Network

Publishing Notes on a Network

Another way to share notes is to publish them on a Web page on a network. In this way, people can view the notes in their Web browsers whether or not they have OneNote. At The Garden Company, some of the support staff does not have OneNote on their computers, but they still need to know about upcoming meetings. President Catherine Turner publishes the notes on the company intranet so that all employees can view them in their browsers and be prepared for meetings as they arrive.

To create the Web page, OneNote saves the page as an MHTML document. MHTML stands for MIME-embedded hypertext markup language. MHTML encoding differs from HTML encoding in that it permits all the objects on a Web page to be self-contained. In HTML encoding, by contrast, objects such as graphics are not contained on the Web page but are plugged into the page and displayed from elsewhere.


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