Tuesday, August 03, 2004

WSJ.com - Loose Wire: OneNote Wonder

WSJ.com - Loose Wire: OneNote Wonder: "The folks at Microsoft aren't renowned for innovation, but it's time we took our hats off to them for OneNote.
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From what I can gather, everyone uses OneNote a little differently. Some use it as a sort of holding pen for ideas until the idea takes shape into a real document. Others use it for storing bits and pieces they need to get to easily -- phone numbers, credit-card details, the name of their spouse. OneNote works well for both approaches and anything in between because loading the program will load all your tabs and whatnot automatically: In other words, you don't need to remember where you put something or what name you gave the file. OneNote is the file. Another smart move."
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