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One of the things I enjoy about a subscription to MSDN is access to all of the latest versions software.  So when Installing Office 2007 some time ago, I installed OneNote as well.  I did not get the point of this application at first, however I have found OneNote to be a useful tool for keeping track of my To Do items, as well creating a detailed list of Items for a specific project I am working on.  



What I find especially useful is the ability to create cascading to do items.  Outlook provides a task list, but there is no way to create sub items.

In addition to an overall to do list, I use it to as my notebook for any applications I am working on, server information and passwords, and any general information I want to keep track of. 

Posted on Tuesday, March 3, 2009 10:02 AM Devlopment Tools | Back to top

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It's also nicely integrated with outlook, and sort of integrated with Windows Mobile - great for linking to tasks Outloook or taking meeting notes.
Left by Jim on Nov 06, 2009 9:28 PM

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Many of us carry a notebook or notepad around to take notes for business, school, or personal projects. But Is it convenient to share your notes with others?
Take control with Microsoft Office OneNote 2007, the easy-to-use note-taking and information-management program where you can capture ideas and information in electronic form. Insert files or Web content in full-color, searchable format or as icons that you can click to access.

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