Sunday, May 1, 2011

Microsoft One Note Tripbook: Rome, Italy

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Have you heard about the Microsoft One Note 2010 program yet? If not, let me tell you about OneNote TripBook that I did using One Note program. It is a digital notebook from Microsoft which give you the flexibility and the freedom to be productive as well. One Note provides a single place where you can gather all your data and information, has quick search capabilities, and has that easy-to-use shared notebooks. This program will help you manage an overload information therefore, you can work with others to get that effective outcome that you wanted! When I installed the software, it comes with so many features including One Note Linked Notes and Send to One Note. It gives me the ease to transfer the links to my Trip Book instantly. When I did my Trip Book, gathering of information was the first task that I did and used the features which I mentioned earlier. The clippings below are the three pages of my trip book.

On the first page, I inserted pictures and also inserted link from a Web page.  Using One Note is easy and fun because you can Insert table, clippings, video, audio, attach file and many more. I had fun using Draw features too especially the highlighter and when I used too much, I can always erase it using the eraser. I used the aqua color to emphasize the importance of the word on this Trip Book such as the word Morning.

On the last page, I used screen clipping, inserted pictures, video, links, and also used the highlighter from the Draw tools. My trip book is about my dream vacation in Rome, Italy and if given the chance to visit, I wrote my itinerary for 24 hours. In one day, I will be staying in a hotel and will visit  two restaurants at the most plus, see some of the tourist attractions. I had so much fun doing this trip book and I am inviting you all to visit and read my post which will go LIVE on May 2, 2011.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

visiting room is on my bucket list. I have been to Rome but never got a chance to actually roam around.


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