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Microsoft OneNote 2013, Licence Card, 1 User (PC)

Platform : Windows 7, Windows 8
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1 User with Licence Card Version (PC)
  • Language:English
  • Platform:Windows
  • Category:Office applications - other, document management
  • Product Type:Box pack
  • Package Type:Retail

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Edition: 1 User with Licence Card Version (PC) | Format: Box
  • Platform: Windows 7 / 8
  • Media: License
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Edition: 1 User with Licence Card Version (PC) | Format: Box
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 11.1 x 14.7 cm ; 36 g
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Release Date: 29 Jan. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,311 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

Product Description

Edition: 1 User with Licence Card Version (PC) | Format: Box

Take your notes on the go; capture everything you need, your way. Easily search and find for better organisation, and share your notes using features like SkyDrive.

OneNote: Jot

The new OneNote

OneNote lets you take notes your way, from virtually anywhere.
  • Your notes are always available when you use OneNote Mobile apps on Windows Phone, iOS, and Android phones. Or, if you’re using a browser, just open the OneNote Web App.
  • Your notes are saved, searchable, and synced to OneNote apps on your other devices.
  • OneNote syncs with SkyDrive and SharePoint,* so your notes are always up to date on all your devices—automatically saved and searchable in the OneNote apps.
Capture all the info you want and need
  • Gather typed and handwritten notes, links, web pages, sketches, and videos and other media and assemble it in one handy place.
  • Insert pictures, documents, videos, and more right into your notes, so all of the info you need is just a click away. If you insert an Excel spreadsheet, you’ll get a preview of charts and diagrams right next to your notes.
  • Be creative with Inking—smoothly draw, erase, and edit with your finger, stylus, or mouse. If you’d rather write than type, OneNote can convert your handwriting into text.
  • If you want to convert a table in your notes to a chart or to an Excel spreadsheet to do advanced calculation, all it takes is one click.
Find whatever you need and share it easily
  • It’s easy to search your notes and files for anything you’ve captured—a particular term in a note, words in a picture, or a title of a file.
  • OneNote saves automatically all your content as you go—so you can spend all your time gathering, assembling, and editing your notes.
  • Your notes are saved online on SkyDrive or SharePoint by default, so you can send your friends a single link to the same file and be sure that you’re all viewing the latest version.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By P. Blackham on 10 Feb. 2013
Access Method: BoxEdition: 1 User with Licence Card Version (PC)
I've tried loads of different systems for capturing and storing all my different kinds of information, whether papers, reviews, notes or research. I had basically settled on keeping hundreds of files in a complicated Dropbox account. OneNote is amazing. It is well worth settling down to this software package and really getting hold of it. The more you use it the better it gets. I am constantly finding new ways to use it, whether in taking notes as I read through a book or recording an audio file to go along with my notes. Genius! With this at the centre of the Office package I have to say that Microsoft are streets ahead of the competition. It is ok to do bits and pieces with Open Office suites - and that might be all some people need - but if you are wanting to get serious, then OneNote unlocks a brilliant way of working.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
An interactive experience - a grad student's perspective 28 Feb. 2013
By Kine - Published on
Access Method: BoxEdition: 1 User with Licence Card Version (PC)
I don't think linearly, and most of my professors don't as well. With the usability and robustness of OneNote, I can track easily what the professor is saying and referencing without losing my place.

The drawing feature is such a lifesaver, especially for professors who likes to make "scribbles" and illustrations on the side. The audio recorder feature that appears alongside your notes gives an added functionality to your note taking experience and makes for easy referencing. The sharing feature is also a great plus for collaborations with others who can make real-time changes, which can be done on the web if they don't have OneNote. There are many other features that OneNote offers that make it stand out from the rest.

A side note: with OneNote, my lecture notes from a night class is infinitely better than ones I had made in Word in my best mind. OneNote makes note taking not just a task, but an interactive experience.

There is a learning curve, but once you get the hang of it, it can only help in whatever you need to do - lecture notes, meeting minutes, making plans with loved ones across the globe, etc. This is an all-in-one must-have.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Worth the upgrade? Yes... but ... the interface look and feel is annoying 5 Oct. 2013
By Peter Majerczak - Published on
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I am a OneNote 2010 user and just upgraded to 2013. I have been using 2013 for a few weeks now.

Why I like it: The slight improvements to the user experience are worth the upgrade, the way new pages are created, I LOVE the integration between excel and OneNote. You can embed a excel file in OneNote and have it open automatically in excel, when you save the excel file it just updates the OneNote page. I have been wanting this for a while.

Why I hate it: I really don't like the colors of the application, the tab colors, the navigation menus, all of it actually. Microsoft is going for this smooth look, but it just looks washed out. I prefer separations and borders to define tabs, workbooks, menu items. It somehow strains my eyes.... Please offer an Office 2010 skin pack or something!!!!

Took off a start because you can't change the colors of the user interface to something solid. Don't give me shades and hues!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great features ..... 30 July 2013
By Greg Boucher - Published on
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Our Engineering department uses the window screen shot function on a daily basis. When creating work instructions they can screen shot detail views of parts and incorporate them into their document. We started out with one user, it caught on fast and now the entire group uses it. Very user friendly. There are alot of other functions that can be used, depends on your needs.
I would see what other options it has to offer if you are interested.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The best note taking software I've found 28 Feb. 2014
By Matt Daemon - Published on
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One of the best pieces of software Microsoft makes.
Right up there with Visual Studio and Windows 7.

I've tried many note software, Evernote, Penultimate (before it was of Evernote), Google Keep, etc. I searched for open source equivalents and found none. This is by far one of the best productivity applications out there. I've been using it for 5 years and I can honestly say that it would be hard to work without out.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Great product. 7 Oct. 2013
By Robert Hassan - Published on
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I consider OneNote to be the hidden treasure of MS Office. OneNote 2010 was very good but it had major issues when it came to using the cloud, OneNote 2013 fixed all that. Now I have all the information from clients I'm working with at the office, seamlessly accessible on my phone.
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