To discard the notion that working OneNote software, requires looking at them, for the most part, page by page, Microsoft Office Labs unveiled a prototype Canvas for OneNote that lets users see 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. The application is up for download on the Office Labs Web site.