Summary:

Andrew Wheeler’s OneSnap powertoy for Microsoft OneNote was declared a contest winner a few weeks back and the application is now available on the MSDN blogs. Andrew was one of five winners in a Microsoft OneNote powertoy competition and after reading about the functionality, I can […]

Onesnap_1Andrew Wheeler’s OneSnap powertoy for Microsoft OneNote was declared a contest winner a few weeks back and the application is now available on the MSDN blogs. Andrew was one of five winners in a Microsoft OneNote powertoy competition and after reading about the functionality, I can see why.

OneSnap adds a small camera icon to Internet Explorer; when you find a web page you want to capture to OneNote, simply hit the OneSnap icon, much like the Send to OneNote powertoy. The difference lies in the control you have as to where in your OneNote notebook you want OneSnap to send the clipping to. With OneSnap, you can deftly choose which Folder and Section the clipping will reside. Sweet powertoy Andrew!

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