Friday, June 03, 2005

Chris_Pratley's OneNote WebLog : OneNote PowerToys Redux

Chris_Pratley's OneNote WebLog : OneNote PowerToys Redux: "Ok, I've posted about OneNote PowerToys before, back when we released SP1 which made PowerToys possible. Now the marketing folks have started up a contest to see who can make the coolest PowerToy. You can win a new Tablet PC from Toshiba (and you don't even have to write a PowerToy...)
Listed below are all the PowerToys I personally know about. If you have one that is available and not on the list, feel free to leave a comment to let us all know about it.
PowerToys are little programs that automate OneNote to do things that are useful. By their definition, they are not supported code, so you use them at your own risk. If they don't work, you are at the good graces of the author to get them working. Fortunately, most of the tools people use are 'supported' by the OneNote newsgroup."

More pioneering product-management-by-blog from OneNote designer Chris Pratley. See the post for a summary of current and potential "PowerToys".
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