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  1. OneNote vs. Evernote: A personal take on two great note-taking apps Evernote and Microsoft OneNote have taken different approaches in their quest to be the best note-taking app. Here’s where each one shines. hamonazaryan1 (CC0) What’s the king of the note-taking apps? There are two leading contenders for the crown: Microsoft’s OneNote and the independent Evernote. Launched in 2003, OneNote was added to Microsoft Office in 2007 and is now bundled with Windows 10 and also offered for free as a standalone product. Ever
  2. If you don't want OneNote to check your spelling as you type, you can use these steps to disable the feature. Apps like Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint have a built-in spell checker to make sure that important emails, projects, and presentations go out without embarrassing spelling mistakes. However, when using OneNote just to take personal notes, the spell checker isn't really a requirement. If you only use OneNote for notes, such as for ideas, contact information, code snippets, and you
  3. This week at its Ignite 2019 conference, Microsoft announced that OneNote 2016 is being resurrected, after telling users for years that the desktop app is only in maintenance mode, and that we should all be using the UWP app, OneNote for Windows 10. Not only will the company be adding new features, but it will be installed by default with new Office installations beginning in March. Because of this, many were wondering about the future of OneNote for Windows 10, and whether it will continue to be supported going forward. The short answer is that it will be, and that shouldn't chang
  4. Microsoft Edge Canary and Dev versions now let users send Collections to OneNote Back during this year’s Build conference in May, Microsoft announced a bunch of features that will be making it to the Edge browser. The features included the addition of a sidebar search to the browser to allow for quick context searches and enhancements to the Collections feature in the form of Pinterest integration. For those not in the know, Collections let users copy images, text, and links from the web and store then in groups. Another feature planned for Collect
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