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OneNote

A personal information manager from Microsoft for organizing information and ad hoc note taking. It is commonly used for classroom and research projects by providing the electronic equivalent of a three-ring binder that holds text, handwritten notes and other elements. Introduced in 2003, OneNote integrates with Outlook and other Microsoft Office applications. See Microsoft Office.
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Pricing begins at $6 per month per user for Office 365 Business Essentials1, which includes 1 TB of cloud storage, Exchange Online and web versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and OneDrive and $15 per month per user for Business Premium, which also includes desktop versions of Office applications along with Outlook, Access and Publisher.
ONENOTE, CLASS NOTEBOOK AND SHAREPOINT FACILITIES FOR EDUCATION
Utilize a three-dimensional display board to demonstrate the key benefits of OneNote technology.
NET helps the developers manipulate OneNote file formats in their .
It works by automatically detecting equations that have been digitally inked into a OneNote page, and allows you to circle the equation and get step-by-step instructions on how to solve it.
Like OneNote, Evernote is for keeping tabs on odds and ends of information.
pdf files; use the OneNote feature set to share text or iPad photos; and much more.
Encore 2 Write tablets include a one-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal3, featuring full-versions of the latest Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook.
The closing chapters introduce the multimedia capabilities available in OneNote.
OneNote originally was released in 2003 so it isn't new, but it's gaining in popularity in recent years, especially since it was made available for free.
Of these applications, two of the best known are Evernote and Microsoft OneNote.
If you like to take notes or want a bit more order in your most important files, I would point you to a fabulous little tool that you probably already have on your computer, but may have never opened--Microsoft OneNote.