Accessing and editing notebooks from a browser


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Accessing and editing notebooks from a browser

When you decide to share a notebook using your Windows Live SkyDrive and you send out email messages to people to invite them to access the notebook, here is a typical message of what it might look like. It'll tell you who sent you the shared folder, the name of the folder, in this case Two Trees, and you can see it's on Windows Live. The button for viewing the folder will take you directly to that location in Windows Live and launch your web browser to do so. So let's give it a click. So here we are now, we are at the Two Trees folder. You can see we've got Two Trees as the name of our notebook as well, and if you simply want to open it up in OneNote, might have to do is click the name. But what if you don't have OneNote? Well as you hover over the name, you'll notice some options appear off to the right.

One of them is to edit right in your browser and this is going to make use of the Web App version of OneNote. It's a little bit paref down, so you won'...

Accessing and editing notebooks from a browser
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Accessing and editing notebooks from a browser provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the OneNote 2010 New Features

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