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    Onetastic for OneNote

    If you’re going to use OneNote, you’re going to want to add Onetastic for OneNote to your tool chest. There are a lot of macros and little goodies there, but I found it because my PDFs were rendering sideways in my notes and I couldn’t figure out how to rotate them. That’s because OneNote doesn’t have this functionality — but Onetastic does.

    Onetastic is from a OneNote developer who knew there were problems like this when OneNote was released, and set about to fix them. His candid discussion of the issues, and the reasons for them, is really refreshing!


    Microsoft’s OneNote is a program often mentioned as an alternative to Evernote, and much has been made about the fact that it is now available for free. So, I’m thinking, why not give it a try? I haven’t had a lot of time to work with it, but so far I’m finding it much easier and more intuitive to use than Evernote — and it actually syncs.

    But . . .

    I’m not a big fan of Microsoft. I’m on Windows, but that’s because my attempts at using Linux were fun from a “messing around with the computer” standpoint, but an epic fail when it came to productivity. This was many years ago, and I hope things have changed, but at the time most of the programs I wanted to use were Windows only and the Linux community wasn’t exactly helpful. I gave up permanently when I couldn’t get . . . [Yes! There’s more!]