Tuesday, August 24, 2004
Microsoft Office OneNote Helps Students Move to the Head of the Class
Microsoft Office OneNote Helps Students Move to the Head of the Class "To help more students realize OneNote's benefits in an academic setting, Microsoft is giving away 1.7 million copies of the software on campuses this fall. Normally, OneNote is available at a special academic price to students and teachers of US$49, but students throughout the United States will find free CDs of the software in their dorm rooms or being handed out on campuses. When OneNote is paired with the Microsoft Office Student and Teacher Edition 2003, which includes all of the core Office applications for a special academic price of $149, the combination provides integrated learning tools that can become essential to college success and beyond."
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