Complete Guide to OneNote is aimed at making users more productive by helping them organize what are today ephemeral and disconnected scraps of personal information gathered prior to the creation of a formal work product. This comprehensive reference explains this new category of software and its user paradigm, including detailed discussion of features, and interoperability with other programs and services from Microsoft and from third parties. The book also provides general and domain-specific guidance on how you can use OneNote to increase personal and enterprise productivity and information about customizing OneNote, including information for Office XP developers. Throughout the book, author and Microsoft qMost Valuable Professionalq W. Frederick Zimmerman draws on his extensive experience with Microsoft emerging technologies and his deep understanding of how professionals use software in their workflow. What youall learnWho this book is for The result is a practical book that appeals to casual OneNote users and beginners, yet is an essential guide for power users, Office developers, and anyone who wants to take full advantage of this innovative new application.You need to have Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 installed, Windows XP, or later. ... Microsoft OneNote 1.0 doesna#39;t run on the Pocket PC operating system, Palm OS, Linux, or Macintosh. ... customer interest in integrating OneNote with Pocket PCs and making it available as part of future versions of Office for the Macintosh. ... For example, you do not need to install Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 (SP1) before you install Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 (SP2).2 The online download isanbsp;...
|Title||:||Complete Guide to OneNote|
|Author||:||W. Frederick Zimmerman|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2003-11-18|