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Notes can take many forms. Microsoft's OneNote software is designed to help you compile all kinds of info — from text to graphics files — into a single convenient interface. This guide will help you get started.
OneNote is Microsoft's note-taking software. It's designed to facilitate information gathering and collaboration. Originally developed for pen-enabled tablet PCs, OneNote has a ring-bound notebook interface designed to help you collect, organize and share textual, audio, video and graphical material, whether entered with a stylus, typed on a keyboard or created using drawing tools.
The attached document, provided by CustomGuide, gives users an at-a-glance reference guide to OneNote 2010, including working with the Ribbon interface, Backstage view features and Web sharing.
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