**Free for a limited time**
Microsoft OneNote Mobile is the easy-to-use, powerful note-taking application for all of your ideas, brought to you by Microsoft Office. OneNote Mobile lets you create and view notes and lists whenever you need them. Sync your notes with free Windows Live online storage and access them from virtually anywhere using your phone, PC, or almost any web browser.
With OneNote Mobile, you can:
▪ Create flexible notes that can include text, pictures, bullets, and checkboxes
▪ Check To Do items off on the go
▪ Save time with quick access to your most recent notes
▪ Work with confidence—OneNote Mobile automatically syncs your notes with Windows Live in the background
▪ Organize your notes into sections or create new notebooks using OneNote 2010 or OneNote Web App and access them from your iPhone
▪ iPhone or iPod touch must have iOS 4.2 or higher
▪ A free Windows Live ID is required to use OneNote Mobile —use an existing one or let OneNote Mobile help you sign up
▪ Web functionality uses the free OneNote Web App available on Windows Live, which requires a supported web browser
▪ OneNote Mobile opens notebooks created in Microsoft OneNote 2010 or the OneNote Web App
▪ Customizing section colors requires Microsoft OneNote 2010
Access your notes online at http://office.live.com.
Found via Warner Crocker’s Post on GottaBeMobile.
From Jan Roelof:
As a heavy user of OneNote, I am generally happy with the 2010 version. One of the drawbacks is that most add-ins written for the 2007 version, no longer work for notebooks in the 2010 format, or are unreliable. I am beginning to get familiar with programming for OneNote 2010 and trying my hand at some utilities myself.
The OneNote utility I am sharing here is “OneNote 2010 Sort Utility”. I found that the existing one by Daniel Escapa does not work for my 2010-formatted notebooks.
This utility sorts sections within notebooks and section groups and and (sub)pages within sections. The sorting can be done by name or lastModifiedTime, ascending or descending, and can be done recursively (for sections in section groups in the currently selected notebook or section group, etc) or not. The sorting routines respect subpage structure. For some reason, the section groups themselves apparently cannot be sorted.
To download, please go to http://www.donationcoder.com/Forums/bb/index.php?topic=23629.msg214268#msg214268 http://www.onenotepowertoys.com/downloads/jpijper/OneNote2010SortSetup.zip
The zip-file contains a setup file. Just install and run and you get a treeview of your notebooks. Browse to the notebook, section group, section or page whose sections or (sub)pages you want to sort and press the button.
Requirements: .NET Framework 4, OneNote 2010.
The DROE tool is great way to enter time stamped entries into OneNote, Evernote, or a text file. It provides a customizable hotkeys for a new note, Outlook Task, or Outlook “PigPog“ Task (template). It is built on AutoHotKey, but runs as a standalone executable.
Snippets from http://manage-this.com
But wait, there’s more! With the DROE Tool you also get:
Here is the summary of what is included in 0.5 alpha 01:
- Hopefully fixed all compatibility issues with OneNote 2010 and Outlook 2010, including launching the DROE page, and using the “Quick Cat” hotkey to open categories dialog box. Users must specify the 2010 versions of these apps in the INI file.
- MAJOR NEW FEATURE: TEA encryption… Users can quickly encrypt & decrypt selected text in place in any edit window with WIN-SHIFT-e and WIN-SHIFT-d. Thank you to Laszlo and tic for their code in the AHK forums that became the basis of this version.
- MAJOR NEW FEATURE: Hotkey definitions can now be completely customized via the newly added DROE_Hotkeys.INI file
- MAJOR NEW FEATURE: The tool now has separate hotkeys for creating standard vs. PigPog Outlook tasks. Both are accessible from anywhere: CTRL-SHIFT-k for a standard/blank task, and CTRL-SHIFT-p for a PigPog/Project task. Users can also modify PigPogTemplate.TXT to customize what goes into the PigPog task.
- Renamed the INI files to clearly separate the Settings and Hotkeys. Since there are some format changes to the Settings INI, users should start with the new INI file versions and customize as needed.
- DROE Capture window (for Text and Evernote modes) now has customizable width/height and can be made non-modal via the INI file.
- Overhauled the Bullets feature to allow for customizable bullet text, bullet count, and indent level. Added option to use a numbered list instead of bullets.
- Hopefully fixed the timeout issues that a few users reported, and added the Base_Wait_Time parameter to the INI file which allows users to tweak the timing. Most users should not need to touch this setting.
- Fixed bug where CTRL+ENTER on the numeric keyboard did not submit the DROE capture window
- The Office clipboard seems to interfere with some of the DROE Tool functions. Recommend partially disabling it… Or leave it fully engaged and let me know what issues you have
- If the cursor ends up in the wrong field on the Outlook Task window, it can be messy when the PigPog template contents are sent. I have seen this happen a few times.
- The DROE Tool still assumes that Office 2010 is installed in English when checking for window titles. This may result in some false timeouts being reported.
“Download Page” is http://manage-this.com/droe-tool/ , but currently contains v.04
0.5 Alpha01 is available from http://manage-this.com/droe-tool-0-5-alpha01/
I just renewed all my domains and the bill was a bit of a shock! Time to revive the site (and Ads) to re-coup the costs.
Quick Disclaimer since it’s been so long… We are not associated with Microsoft. We don’t develop the PowerToys. We are merely curators that want to promote enhancements to OneNote.
Fernanda would like a to receive a daily email of her Tasks page in OneNote.
- Just use Outlook Tasks. Automatically syncs (if created via OneNote)
- File –> Send via Email … Is there a way to automate that?
- OneNote Web Exporter has a scheduler. Can that be modified to send email instead of just create web pages? It’s open source… http://onwebber.codeplex.com/
Any other ideas to help Fernanda?
A new community site…
Join “Marcus” as he blogs about OneNote, posts example Notebooks, has contests, and builds a new community site about OneNote.
Canvas for OneNote allows you to navigate and edit notebooks in a new way by providing a high-level canvas-view of all your content. The prototype lets you zoom and pan around; view and organize content in new ways; add new pages right where you want them; and even locate pages in a timeline view.
Matt of Windows With Ink is continuing to work on his Ink Blog Tool for OneNote 2007 and is currently testing the Beta 2 version of it. So far, it is very impressive and I can’t wait to test it out myself. In other news, he has joined the GottaBeMobile team and changed his personal blog.
Microsoft is currently contacting the Contest Winners to get their PowerToys updated to work with the new Managed DataImport classes v1.0.1 (small bug fix for 2003 and adds 2007 support).
They will be posted in the Microsoft Download Center, with a link added to the Office Online OneNote PowerToys page.
The MS OneNote Developer that is now in charge of the Contest has contacted us and is letting us know a little of the behind the scenes efforts. I won’t quote him directly, but I do believe he is making a sincere effort to get the PowerToys released “ASAP”.
Note to PowerToy Contest Winners: Please, please, please update your code and send it back in. We’ll help you test in 2007 if you need it. We’ll do whatever we can to help get them posted!