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MS office OneNote program

Discussion in 'Tech: Medical Apps, iOS, Android, medical devices' started by nrddct, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. nrddct

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    I've heard this program mentioned a couple of times and how its really good at organizing notes. Is it a seperate program you buy or something that is included in a MS office 2003. I just bought the student/teacher edition.
     
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  3. Dr.McNinja

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    It is separate from office 2003. Also, you need a tablet pc or a wacom tablet to use it effectively.
     
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    True, it is separate from MSoffice2003, but, you can run it on a labtop. You will not realize all the functions without a tablet, but you can type stuff in, organize notes, annotate notes, set up a schedule, search your notes, highlight text, etc. It is a great program.
    You might also want to check out GoBinder. Smaller company without the name, but their whole company is centered around notetaking. Great customer service and a little more user friendly than OneNote and it will search text you import in whereas OneNote will not. The only downfall is, it is a little bit slower program (speed) than OneNote.
    Both are very similar and it is amatter of preference.
     
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    do you have personal experience with the wacom tablet? do you know how good they are for taking notes with?
     
  6. .surgical.

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    Thanks for the gobinder ref!
     

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