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It is no secret how important OneNote 2007 has become to me, it is easily the second most used application on every computer I use (Outlook is first).  I have written many times about all the cool features in OneNote 2007 and I’m not going to […]

It is no secret how important OneNote 2007 has become to me, it is easily the second most used application on every computer I use (Outlook is first).  I have written many times about all the cool features in OneNote 2007 and I’m not going to rehash those now.  One of the most useful new features, however, is the ability to share your OneNote 2007 notebooks among multiple computers, if you only knew how to configure it properly.  Mr. OneNote himself, Chris Pratley, has written a nice article that describes how to configure OneNote 2007 on several computers to make sure your notes are always in sync no matter which of the many computers you might be using at the time.  This article is a must read for those who regularly use two or more computers.

-jk

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  1. I have found that although not advertised, you can load One Note 2007 to the new Motorola Q and it adds great functionality to the smart phone.

  2. Can you please tell me that is there any way to access onenote notebooks on public computers just as we use emails. and the changes or additions we make to those notes should be automatically synced to the home base computer.

    Please email me if there is any kind of this procedure on “rajanduggal@live.com”

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