How To Windows Phone 7 with OneNote Mobile?

A Office blogs post comes as a handy rundown for students on how to take class notes on your phone and sync them to Windows Live SkyDrive--perfect for those moments when you're stuck in class (or a meeting) without a laptop.Create a quick note:On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Office.Flick […]

A Office blogs post comes as a handy rundown for students on how to take class notes on your phone and sync them to Windows Live SkyDrive--perfect for those moments when you're stuck in class (or a meeting) without a laptop.

Create a quick note:

  1. On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Office.
  2. Flick to OneNote, and then tap New note.
  3. A notes page appears, on which you can jot down your notes.

    You can do the following:

    • Tap Enter title to give the note a title.
    • Tap the List icon to create a numbered list.
    • Tap the Picture icon to take or insert a picture in the note.
    • Tap the Audio icon to add audio to a note.

    The notes are stored on your phone and your changes are saved automatically when you leave OneNote Mobile.

    Sync notes to SkyDrive:

    In addition to storing notes on your phone, you can sync your notes to the default OneNote notebook that's on SkyDrive so you can access the notes from any computer.

    1. On Start, flick left to the App list, and then tap Office
    2. Flick to OneNote, and then tap All.
    3. Tap Refresh.
    4. Tap Yes in the Sync with SkyDrive? message box. Wait while you're signed in with your Live ID.

      Afterward, a personal notebook named Personal (Web) will be created in your My Documents folder on SkyDrive and synced on your phone.

      Notes

      • To ensure that this notebook syncs properly to SkyDrive, don't change the default notebook name from Personal (Web), and don't change the name of the Unfiled Notes section in the notebook.
      • Before you can create and sync your default OneNote notebook, a Live ID must be set up on your phone, and you must accept the EULA for SkyDrive.
      • A OneNote notebook that is larger than 50 megabytes (MB) can't sync to SkyDrive.

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