Microsoft released a new version of “Canvas for OneNote” with two changes: ability to support OneNote 2010 and allow installs on Windows XP. “Canvas for OneNote lets users see the thumbnails of all the pages they have created within the organizing and note-taking program on one screen. Zoom in with your mouse or your finger, if you have a touch screen to see a page close up. Double click or touch it in order to open up OneNote and edit it. Want to return to a page later? Make the thumbnail bigger so that you remember to come back. Want to look at all the pages modified within a certain time period? Move a slider to the left or right and see the pages highlighted.” So, if you want to upgrade to Windows 7 with a touch enabled screen, you’ll be able to experience Canvas for OneNote and other touch enabled programs in a whole new way,” revealed.
Download: Canvas for OneNote