Greetings from Colorado – again. I am about to run out the door to go white river rafting (of course I compiled a Notebook of activities before I left) and thought you may enjoy this video which shows how you can use OneNote to plan a trip. I particularly enjoyed how they used the Research feature to translate a phrase from text that was coped from the web. Luckily, English is still the official language in CO, so I didn’t need to use it.
Here’s the official blurb:
When you’re doing research, Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 is a great place to gather notes from all kinds of sources. Whether it’s images and info from the Web, notes from a book or interview, or data from other Microsoft Office programs, you can gather it, organize it, and search it all in one place.
Want a snapshot of something on your screen? Take a screen clipping. If it’s a Web page, OneNote even includes the URL automatically so you can find it again. Want to know more about a topic? Look it up in various sources, from reference books to research services to business and financial sites.
Watch the video now and while you’re at it, keep your fingers crossed that I don’t become a white river raft