1)copy the old customer orders from excel into one note, can search for customer names and book titles, no more control F!
2)word documents of phone numbers and contact details of suppliers and customers now have nice tabs, no more opening and closing word
3)publishers send me PDF’s I can copy them as a graphic or convert text OCR – doesn’t always work spelling perfect but I can massage the information.
4)just realised that I can have copies of OneNote on the three computers, and all three share the data w00t! multi-user mode is great.
* So I copied the text from a900 page pdf file and added it as a new section
OneNote cringes, not responding, then bursts back into life again.
However as I move between tabs it cringes, so i’ve moved the 900 page to its own notebook.
* when you use the marker pens to highlight text , you have to press the ESC key, to get back to normal cursor function – took me 14 minutes to figure that out.
COMMENT FROM ANOTHER MEMBER:
appreciate how you kept a “running record” of your discovery based off the blog post.
Isn’t it a great feeling when you experience organization… each time you open OneNote, it’s like a breath of fresh air… OK… a bit heavy on the last line 🙂 But opposite the cringe that use to occur (for me) when I had to find something that was on my computer aka: the land of the lost.