Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Que: Information Item Management in Microsoft OneNote > The Fundamental OneNote Model

The 2nd article in my OneNote-focused series for the Que blog (the series started with “Exploring Microsoft OneNote, a Content and Collaboration Chameleon”)

Most people have an overwhelming surplus of digital stuff these days: documents, to-do lists, e-mail messages, diagrams, web page links (or excerpts), and more. While many people think of Microsoft OneNote as a simple note-taking application, the information model and tools embodied in OneNote are useful for a wide range of information item-related tasks.

In this article, we’ll take a quick tour of OneNote’s information architecture; later articles in the series will explain how OneNote’s architecture is also useful for collaboration, web content authoring, and other domains.

Que: Information Item Management in Microsoft OneNote > The Fundamental OneNote Model

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