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OneNote 2016 (preview): Insert scanned images

I have recently tried out the new Office 2016 preview. Most of the new features are really welcome, but one thing is missing in OneNote: The option to insert images directly from the scanner. 118 more words


10 Free Microsoft Tools to Energize Your Classroom

I virtually attended Simple K-12’s “10 Free Microsoft Tools to Energize Your Classroom” seminar today and here’s what I learned (other than I love the “free PD in your PJ’s” philosophy and that Microsoft is working very hard to keep pace with Google): 286 more words


Something going wrong? Try SAFE mode

This works for all Office products. When things go wrong or the application starts very slowly, or gets hung while starting or misbehaves in any way, it is worth trying starting it in SAFE mode. 144 more words


OneNote vs. Evernote

From CIO: 7 Things OneNote Can Do That Evernote Can’t.

“About a year ago, I chose Evernote over OneNote, and I started amassing my own digital archive. 127 more words

Useful Stuff

Online storage and sharing – Dropbox, Onenote and Evernote, Google Drive

Thing 20 deals with online storage and sharing of files. With people now owning multiple devices such as mobile phones, laptops and tablets the need is felt for having files available when and where we need them from whatever device we choose. 164 more words


using OneNote for OCR

If you have Office on your computer you probably also have a programme called OneNote. I really like OneNote for a lot of things, but did you know that you can use it as a quick and handy OCR (optical character recognition) tool? 323 more words

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Microsoft’s OneNote iOS app goes universal, bringing Notification Center widget and more to iPad

Microsoft today released a new update to OneNote for iPhone that makes it a universal app, now OneNote for iOS. That means that the existing OneNote for iPad app is being replaced by a single, universal app that runs on both iPhone and iPad. 16 more words