Microsoft OneNote Overview
Microsoft OneNote is a computer program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It can gather user notes, drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries and share them with other users of Microsoft OneNote over the Internet. OneNote is available as an app for Windows, IOS, Android, Windows Phone and Symbian. Notes can also be edited via the web browser.
In Microsoft OneNote, users can enter typed text using the keyboard, create tables and insert pictures. However, in contrast to the word processor, users can simply write anywhere virtually unlimited document window by simply clicking here. In addition, users do not need to explicitly issue the order preservation, OneNote automatically saves the data as it is entered.
Information in Microsoft OneNote is saved in Pages, which are organized into Sections within Notebooks. Interface OneNote is an electronic version of tabbed binder ring, which can be used directly to create notes, and to collect the material obtained from other applications. OneNote notebooks designed for the collection, organization and dissemination of materials is unpolished, while word processors and wikis tend to focus on the publication in some way. The difference manifests itself in the specific features and characteristics: Pages can be arbitrarily large, raster images can be inserted without any loss of quality, there is no support for a single page layout or structure. Pages can be moved inside the binder and annotated with a stylus or a word processing or drawing. Users can add embedded multimedia recordings and web links.
While OneNote is most commonly used on laptops or desktop PCs, it has additional features for use on pen-enabled Tablet PCs, in environments where pen, audio or video notes are more appropriate than that of the keyboard. It also has OCR (object, which allows the user to extract the text from objects such as images, to use in other places in the text.
OneNote integrates search and indexing free-form graphics and audio repository. The images can be found for the embedded text content. Electronic ink annotations can also be found in the text. Recorded sounds can also be found phonetically, giving the text a key, and can be played simultaneously with the notes taken during the recording.