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With OneNote 2007 officially just around the corner, the timing couldn’t be better for this OneNote Mobile 2007 guide from Microsoft. It’s a one-pager that covers the basics of the mobile client, with topics like: How to install OneNote Mobile to your mobile device Inserting audio […]

One_note_mobile_2With OneNote 2007 officially just around the corner, the timing couldn’t be better for this OneNote Mobile 2007 guide from Microsoft. It’s a one-pager that covers the basics of the mobile client, with topics like:

  • How to install OneNote Mobile to your mobile device
  • Inserting audio or video in your notes
  • Synchronizing your notes

I’ve used OneNote Mobile in some real-world situations (here and here) and have found it extremely useful to solve a problem; in fact, it’s on my "must have installed" list for any Windows Mobile device. It’s that good and if you want to get an overview of the basics, this guide is just the ticket.

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  1. You guys are constantly adding to my personal problems—my biggest being i always get the “gimmies” and end up with two or three of the same kinds of duplicate programs and don’t want to part with any. And here’s another one! I tried One Note awhile ago, liked it, but it seemed to be such a massive program (Real Estate-wise) that i dumped it. I also already had Phat Notes (and Phat Pad from my Axim days). Any thoughts on compatibility and preference choosing for goof-balls like me who lack self control. I now have a Motorola Q, so decisions these days get made on the loss of touch screens. Thanx, by the way, for what you do. All your input helps.

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