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Chapter 9. Collaborating with a Tablet P... > Collaborating with OneNote 2003

Collaborating with OneNote 2003

Although not part of any Office 2003 suite, Microsoft’s OneNote note-taking software is part of the Office “family” (its official name is Microsoft Office OneNote 2003). How does it fit in? It’s all in the name: OneNote is designed to be the “one” place where you store all “notes.” The metaphor is the pad of paper that many of us keep on our desks even in this digital age. We use the pad to save messages, jot down notes, brainstorm ideas, record inspirations, make quick to-do lists, and so on. With OneNote, you can do all of that (if you don’t have a device for inputting Digital Ink, you can type your notes), but also much more:

  • Paste pictures, text, even entire documents

  • Import images from a digital camera or scanner

  • Record audio or video

  • Insert notes and recordings from a Pocket PC or Smartphone

  • Share your notes with other people


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