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OneNote and Outlook 2007 Are In Love

Chris Pratley, founder of the OneNote team, writes about all the different and wonderful ways the 2007 versions of OneNote and Outlook work together. There’s a lot of good stuff in there, including sending emails, meetings and contacts to OneNote, and taking notes on those items.

Those notes and Outlook items are always linked to each other, even if you move them around or rename them. You can schedule a meeting in Outlook, then, when in that meeting, click a button to start taking notes in OneNote, and then later, browse through your calendar and click to see the OneNote notes for those events.

You can also share Tasks between OneNote and Outlook, with two-way sync between them. You can email notes from OneNote (you can even email them with any MAPI mail program, not just Outlook). Notes can be sent as PDF files. There’s plenty of cool stuff in there, so be sure to read it if you love OneNote as much as I do.

May 24th, 2006 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | OneNote, Outlook, Office, Applications, General | one comment



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  1. Yeah, OneNote is sweet, it’s what I was hoping that Google Notebook would be.

    Just uninstalled Office 2003 so that I could install 2007 + OneNote. :D

    Comment by Stu | May 24, 2006

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