Synchronizing notes with Windows Live


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Synchronizing notes with Windows Live

One of the brightest new features in OneNote 2010 is the ability to share your notebooks over the web. If you have a Windows Live account, you can use SkyDrive now to store the notebook, share it with others who can access it from any computer connected to the Internet from anywhere, and in fact you don't even have to have OneNote installed to be able to view and edit the contents. We're going to start in this lesson by simply sharing a notebook. We're working with the TwoTrees notebook. With the User Conference tab selected, I'm looking at my Conference Overview.

You could really have any notebook opened at this point though, looking at any of the sections and pages. Now if you wanted to create a brand-new notebook and share it using the web, you would go to Share tab and use the first button in the Shared Notebook group, which is to create a new Shared notebook. You'd have to provide a name for you notebook and then choose the web as the location. But if you already hav...

Synchronizing notes with Windows Live
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Synchronizing notes with Windows Live provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the OneNote 2010 New Features

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