Microsoft OneNote for Mac Gets Support for Printing, Drag and Drop, Formatted Text, More

Microsoft OneNote for Mac Gets Support for Printing, Drag and Drop, Formatted Text, More

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Microsoft OneNote for Mac has received a substantial update that brings new features including printing, drag and drop, formatted text, format painter, hyperlinks, and more.

Harness the immense potential of your thoughts and discoveries with OneNote, your very own digital notebook. With OneNote, you can capture that flash of genius, that moment of inspiration, or that list of errands that’s too important to forget. Whether you’re at home, in the office or on the go, your notes travel with you. And you can share your notes and collaborate with others, across multiple devices!

Features:
•Sync your notebooks seamlessly across computers and devices -then share them to your friends, family, or colleagues
•Your notes look just the same on your Mac - including rendering ink annotation and formatting
•Bold, italicize, underline, highlight, increase indent, decrease indent - format your notes like you want in a free form canvas
•Search your notes and files for anything you’ve captured by just typing a keyword or phrase
•Create, move, copy, re-order, rename, color code and delete pages, sections and notebooks to organize your content as you'd like

What's New In This Version:
•Print - Need to print your notes or a to-do list? Now you can with OneNote for Mac! You can also save your notes as a PDF.
•Drag and Drop - Drag pictures from websites or other places on your Mac and drop them directly into your notes.
•Formatted Text - We've added the ability to copy and paste formatted text between applications. Whether it's an article from the web or a document in Word, any content you paste into OneNote will look great!
•Format Painter - Use Format Painter to quickly copy the format of text in one part of your notes and apply it to other text.
•Hyperlinks - Now you can add links to your notes or edit existing ones.

You can download Microsoft OneNote from the App Store for free.

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Microsoft OneNote for Mac Gets Support for Printing, Drag and Drop, Formatted Text, More

Microsoft OneNote for Mac Gets Support for Printing, Drag and Drop, Formatted Text, More

Microsoft OneNote for Mac Gets Support for Printing, Drag and Drop, Formatted Text, More
smarttrader77 - May 2, 2014 at 8:50pm
Still not good enough; unless MS allows local OneNote files, its pretty much useless.
asldk - May 5, 2014 at 5:29am
yea I don't particularly use onenote much. but back in school, we used nothing but office. then in grad school, they had google docs with multi-user friendly documents and that was the BOMB! I would be home and logging into the shared documents and I'd see a my group of 10 ppl editing and writing the document at the same time! it was awesome! We got a lot work done and at the same time we were able to integrate our ideas at that very moment! It was a little glitchy tho since it took a keen understanding of how exactly to invite someone into ur doc. but once you got it, then hot dawg it worked. That was about 5 years ago! I haven't tried it since but I am betting its gotten a lot better!
cortana - May 5, 2014 at 12:25pm
Seriously? Why would anyone prefer local to cloud nowadays? The way it currently is allows you to see and update all notes no matter if you are on you notebook, desktop, smartphone or someone else's hardware. All you need is internet connection. Seriously man, you better get used to the idea, because that's how things will be going from now on. Cloud, cloud and cloud.
cortana - May 5, 2014 at 12:25pm
Seriously? Why would anyone prefer local to cloud nowadays? The way it currently is allows you to see and update all notes no matter if you are on you notebook, desktop, smartphone or someone else's hardware. All you need is internet connection. Seriously man, you better get used to the idea, because that's how things will be going from now on. Cloud, cloud and cloud.
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