Microsoft OneNote 2003

by Vinaya HS on March 19, 2006

in Public Service Ads,Technology

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‘Most people think of “documents” as letters, memos and reports. But if you learn to treat your notes like the powerful documents they can be, they’ll soon do much more of the work for you.’ That’s the niche area Microsoft’s One Note addresses.

If you have been looking for a way to manage all those itsy bitsy pieces of information – and there’s always a huge volume of them – OneNote is the solution for you. Whether you are in the classroom, a meeting, a conference, or just at your desk, OneNote makes it a breeze to collect and organize your notes. On a Tablet PC you can even scribble your notes. It’s the perfect companion on your research activities.

I am hooked to OneNote 2003. Give it a try and I am sure you will fall in love with it.




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