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Using Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 by Michael C. Oldenburg

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This chapter covers the benefits of using OneNote as an information repository.

6

Collecting and Researching Information

Although it’s perfectly all right to use Microsoft OneNote strictly as a note-taking tool, you’ll be missing out if you do. That’s because OneNote offers some really great features that let you use your electronic notebook as a living repository for all kinds of information that you collect over time and from various sources (see Figure 6.1).

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Figure 6.1 It’s easy to bring information into OneNote from other files and programs.

No matter if you use OneNote at home, work, or school, think of a OneNote notebook as a limitless ...

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