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The Tablet PC Show #23 (MP3 – 16.1MB – 47min)LISTEN HERE 00:00 Intro- Marc Orchant & James Kendrick Marc and I had a fun conversation with Tracy Hooten, the driving force behind The Student Tablet PC blog. The Student Tablet PC blog is a wonderful source […]

The Tablet PC Show #23 (MP3 – 16.1MB – 47min)
LISTEN HERE

00:00 Intro- Marc Orchant & James Kendrick

Tabletpc_album_cover_6Marc and I had a fun conversation with Tracy Hooten, the driving force behind The Student Tablet PC blog. The Student Tablet PC blog is a wonderful source of information for students using Tablet PCs but non-students can find a wealth of information, too. Tracy tells us how she likes her new Toshiba M200 with the wide-angle high resolution screen and other topics related to her usage of the Tablet at school. We talk about scanning textbooks and other large works into the Tablet and Tracy gives us some insight into the new beta version of PDF Annotator. We had a little problem with Skype so please excuse some annoying noise problems that crop up from time to time. Enjoy the show and leave us some feedback.

Links to topics discussed in the show:

University of Texas defeats Ohio State 25 – 22
Toshiba M200 Tablet PC
Gateway Convertible Notebook with wide-screen display
Plustek OptiBook 3600
Book Pilot (with OptiBook 3600 only)
Adobe Acrobat
PDF Annotator

  1. I’m interested in how you scan papers into OneNote. Do you print them to it, or is it simpler then that. Great show, I read Tracy’s blog even though I’m not a student.

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  2. In OneNote go to the menu INSERT/ PICTURE/ FROM SCANNER OR CAMERA. It will hook up with your scanner and bring it right in. Couldn’t be easier.

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  3. I wish GoBinder would do that…

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  4. Check out my post on the scanning features coming in the next version of OneNote. They blow me away!

    http://jkontherun.blogs.com/jkontherun/2005/09/onenote_feature.html

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  5. Thanks for getting back to me about inserting scanning into OneNote. I’ve been doing it but they come as small pictures. Can’t I set it so each page is one page.

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  6. Kirk, they always come as thumbnails but if you grab the lower right corner you can expand them to any size you want while retaining the full resolution of the original. I like this as I can make them slightly undersized so I can ink notes in the margins. If you are trying to input Word documents just drag them to the OneNote page and you get 3 options to control how it appears on your page, including a background for inking.

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  7. thanks, that’s what I’ve been doing. I was just wondering.

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