Sharing notebooks on the web


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Sharing notebooks on the web

One of the best new ways of sharing a notebook in OneNote 2010 is to make use of the Web. If you have Windows Live account, you can use your SkyDrive to store the Shared notebook, allowing you to access it from any computer that's connected to the Internet. You don't even need OneNote installed. You can use your web browser. Let's take a look at all of these using our TwoTrees 12 notebook. If you've even following along with me in this chapter, you can close up any shared notebooks, and open this one up. It's not shared, but we're going to share it.

You can create a new shared notebook using your Windows Live account, or you can share an existing notebook, like we're going to do with our TwoTrees12 notebook here. Just click the Share tab. You'll notice the button for creating a new shared notebook. You'll just have to enter the name of your new notebook before choosing the Web. In this case, though we're going to share an existing notebook. So we'...

Sharing notebooks on the web
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Sharing notebooks on the web provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the OneNote 2010 Essential Training

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