Microsoft OneNote 2007 – Old Version

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  1. L. Bailey says:
    71 of 71 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Well Worth the Price, February 14, 2007
    L. Bailey (Huntington, CT) –

    This review is from: Microsoft OneNote 2007 – Old Version (CD-ROM)

    I’ve used version 2003 and enjoyed it thoroughly. I primarily used it for school with different classes and notes for each. What was great is that is consolidates everything in a way that makes it easy to retrieve your notes. It also makes it easy to generate reports based on the tagging feature. The tags allow you to highlight and gather key points of information that make writing papers a breeze. When working with paper, this was not always an easy task to take on.

    Several weeks ago, I downloaded the trial version of OneNote 2007. The improvements are rather subtle, but powerful. It didn’t take anything to get comfortable with the new features. After a short time with the trial version I just purchased it because it was so much fun.

    Here are some of the beneficial features:

    -Like a paper notebook you have sections, but with OneNote 2007 you can have as many sections as you like.

    -You can easily link pages to Outlook. I have linked appointments to a series of notes and support files for various projects and meetings. It makes being organized for a meeting a breeze.

    -Also, it’s a great way to archive emails in a way that allows you to see them and organize them as you wish. You can empty your in box and at the same time keep a record of important emails. Well worth your time.

    -It is also tablet friendly if you use a tablet PC like I do. I love it for that use. There is a fantastic text recognition feature that works EXTREMELY well. If you use a tablet, this is a great feature.

    -As was with the earlier version, you can add voice content to your notes. That’s right, voice recorded messages can be added to your notes. Too cool.

    Before you buy, you might want to go to the Microsoft site and download the trial version. You’ll be able to assess for yourself. I think you’ll be pleased. I fond it to be one of the best products for ‘electronic file keeping’ that I’ve used. For the price, it’s not a bad deal.

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  2. TomWilly says:
    44 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Probably the most under-appreciated Office program, February 12, 2007
    TomWilly (Duke City) –
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    This review is from: Microsoft OneNote 2007 – Old Version (CD-ROM)

    I have used OneNote 2003 for a couple of years now, and it is a fantastic program. OneNote 2007 is a very nice upgrade. It is extremely versatile and works with a variety of organizational styles. I have gone nearly paperless for my projects. I can pull in emails, web pages, graphics, scanned documents, MS Office (and other) documents, screen clippings (a OneNote feature), Excel tables, links to files and web sites, etc. OneNote 2007 adds a a better, more intuitive interface, and integrates better with Outlook (e.g., the tasks work together better) and other Office programs. (Note: I sue Outlook 2003 at work and Outlook 2007 at home, and OneNote seems to work fine with both). It also integrates better with Windows Mobile Smartphones and PDAs. OneNote2007 has a Mobile OneNote component that allows you to take notes on your PDA/Smratphone, and sync them with “Unfiled Notes” tab in OneNote.

    A great program that is sure to catch major traction in the coming years.

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  3. D. Crenshaw "DaveCrenshaw com" says:
    22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Not enough superlatives for OneNote 2007, August 17, 2007
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    This review is from: Microsoft OneNote 2007 – Old Version (CD-ROM)

    As a productivity coach and a Tablet PC aficionado, I used One Note 2003 extensively. I found it an outstanding tool for taking notes using a tablet PC. I enjoyed being able to take notes and easily search them and convert them to text as needed. However, beyond the Tablet PC, I found it’s usefulness limited.

    Not so with 2007. Microsoft has now made this product as indispensable as Word or Outlook, in my opinion. For instance, I just “inserted as file” a scan from a Magazine I took almost a year ago. OneNote 2007 instantly indexed the article and made it a searchable part of my archive. The same can be done with business cards.

    now, imagine that same search functionality with Live audio! You can record meeting sessions and have OneNote index the audio while the computer is idle. Voila! Instant search capability of audio. Plus, during playback, you can see the progression of your notes while the audio plays.

    One nifty little feature I really enjoy is the “napkin calculator” just type in a mathematical expression such as “15 x 12 =” and hit space, and OneNote will automatically calculate the answer (and more complex equations, as well.)

    Finally, in conjunction with Outlook 2007, OneNote 2007 is a powerful meeting note organizer. By right clicking on any meeting in my Outlook calendar, I can select “OneNote Meeting Notes”. It automatically creates a page for keeping those notes. If I want to recall what was discussed in a particular meeting, I can repeat the process, and all notes are there. The links to those notes will even update if you decide to move the notes to a different location!

    This is, by far, the best product I have seen from Microsoft to date. Bravo, development team!

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