OneNote 2010: Linked Note Taking extension for Firefox

One of the new feature in OneNote 2010 that allows you to take more meaningful notes while reading in other applications, called “Linked Note Taking,” an automatic feature when OneNote is docked to the desktop. For supported apps, like PowerPoint, you never have to worry about remembering the context of your notes; OneNote will capture […]

One of the new feature in OneNote 2010 that allows you to take more meaningful notes while reading in other applications, called “Linked Note Taking,” an automatic feature when OneNote is docked to the desktop. For supported apps, like PowerPoint, you never have to worry about remembering the context of your notes; OneNote will capture the context for you automatically. This frees your brain in a meeting to think less about the software and lets you focus on what really matters, the material that’s being presented to you. “Out of the box OneNote will link notes to Word, PowerPoint and Internet Explorer,” writes Mao. However, if you use Firefox, here’s an extension which allows you to have linked notes to OneNote 2010, download it below.

More info: Linked Note Taking extension for Firefox (download) | OneNote 2010 and PowerPoint 2010: Easy note-taking while reading presentations

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