It’s a cold and rainy day here in Seattle (Yuk) which makes it the right time to hunker down and learn about some of the rocking powertoys (aka add-ins) that are available for Onenote.
Calendar/Planner Powertoy create’s a custom calendar, by selecting a start date and # of days
Canvas – navigate & edit notebooks by providing a high-level canvas-view of all your content
Image Rotator PowerToy rotates ink or drawings
Learning Styles Pamphlet provides an overview of how educators can use OneNote to complement students’ learning styles in the classroom
Media Fine Tuner Powertoy for taking notes while recording audio, allows “moving” the start time of the notes you typed and aligning them with “where” in the audio you want the note to play
Merge Pages PowerToy merges selected pages together by “selecting the pages you want to merge and click the merge toolbar button.” (From MSDN)
Notebook Cleaner & Privatizer PowerToy prepares a “shared” notebook for distribution
Printout Manager take slides decks printed to OneNote and break them up into one slide per page
Outlook To OneNote PowerToy adds the capability of sending yourself email with a certain SUBJECT keyword and have Outlook automatically create a new page in OneNote’s Unfiled Notes section when that mail item arrives. Outlook then deletes the email
ReadOnly Selection Add-in makes the currently selected section ReadOnly
Send to Mobile sends selected pages from different OneNote notebooks to your Mobile device
Table of Contents PowerToy creates list of most recently changed pages
Table Sum Powertoy sums columns of a table & adds new row to the bottom (ignoring non-numeric values)
TextImporter PowerToy – navigate to a folder and import all the TXT files. It creates a new section with the name of the folder, as the section name
THE PowerToy (Text, Highlighted, Extractor) – highlighted text from the current page is copied to a new page.