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OneNote 2007

OneNote is one of the best pieces of software available for use with Windows. No other software on any platform can match what OneNote can do. In this guide you will learn why OneNote is so good and how you can begin to use it to organize your life.

Why OneNote?

OneNote can help you with the following: school notes, work plans, journal writing, plan making, web design, and much more!

Personally I use OneNote for my school notes and I use it to draft and store articles I publish for mintywhite.com.

How do I get started?

I have just put together a few screenshots for you – hopefully, these will inspire you to create your own master piece. OneNote’s sections break down into three parts:

Notebooks – Think of them as Years/Semesters/Projects etc.
Sections – Months/Classes/Milestones etc.
Pages – Days/Lectures/Steps etc.

Here are three screenshots showing how I have my mintywhite ideas and articles set up. After looking at these, you can get started yourself!

Notebooks

OneNote 2007

Sections

OneNote 2007

Pages

OneNote 2007

What if I Don’t Have Microsoft Office?

To evaluate OneNote 2007, you can get a free trial here.

What if I Have More Questions?

Leave a comment, or contact us here. We will be happy to answer any questions you have.



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28 thoughts on “Use OneNote to Organize Your Life!”

  1. Daniel Escapa's OneNote Blog : says:

    […] OneNote is one of the best pieces of software available for use with Windows. No other software on a… […]

  2. Daniel Escapa's OneNote Blog : says:

    […] OneNote is one of the best pieces of software available for use with Windows. No other software on a… […]

  3. Louisa says:

    I use this everday and I must say I’m hooked

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  5. James T Peterson says:

    I have this and had no idea what it does. When I opened it, there is a good guide made my Microsoft to help you too. I suggest you use oneNote if you have it!

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  7. Garisson says:

    This looks very good – do you know much it costs?

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  9. Wanted says:

    I’m inspired!!

  10. Wanted says:

    I’m inspired!!

  11. Wanted says:

    I’m inspired!!

  12. posts says:

    hi…

    great…

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  14. Jack says:

    Thanks i’ll try this. I got a version of it with MS Visio

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  16. Mestemia says:

    What?
    And you do not have above mentioned notebook available for download?!

  17. Mestemia says:

    What?
    And you do not have above mentioned notebook available for download?!

  18. Mestemia says:

    What?
    And you do not have above mentioned notebook available for download?!

  19. Marcela says:

    I’ve been using Office for ages and till now I didn’t have an idea how cool this application is. You are an endless source of inspiration for me!

  20. Marcela says:

    I’ve been using Office for ages and till now I didn’t have an idea how cool this application is. You are an endless source of inspiration for me!

  21. Marcela says:

    I’ve been using Office for ages and till now I didn’t have an idea how cool this application is. You are an endless source of inspiration for me!

  22. Mel says:

    I do hope they update the UI…just looks so old!

  23. Mel says:

    I do hope they update the UI…just looks so old!

  24. Mel says:

    I do hope they update the UI…just looks so old!

  25. Ben says:

    This program is so stupid. I can’t see how it is any better than a pen and paper or a list in an MS Word document. And why are your lists so basic? Can’t you just remember to do this mundane stuff? My theory on software like this is that it only appeals to people like to keep busy by organising” themselves because they don’t have real work to do.

    I bet this comment never gets posted to your web page!

    1. Stu says:

      You clearly have no need for OneNote. Move on. 

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