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Brenda

Is OneNote web based, so I can get to information i need from any computer
 
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Rainald Taesler

Brenda said:
Is OneNote web based, so I can get to information i need from any
computer
No. The current version of ON is not web-based.
The next version, ON2010 (a part of Office 2010), will be released with
a web-version.

At present one can work with the data on a USB-stick and ON has a
fantastic feature of synching the data automatically.
This requires, however, that ON is installed on the computer one works
with.

An alternative would be to work with Ceedo on portable HDD and install
ON under Ceedo's Argo installer.
This also works with a super-fast USB-stick (at reduced speed).

I suggest that you might try it out with the fully functional 30-days
demo version of Ceedo [1] and the 60-days trial of ON [2]

Rainald
[1] http://www.ceedo.com/products/ceedo-personal.html
[2]
http://us1.trymicrosoftoffice.com/product.aspx?sku=3082934&culture=en-US
 
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fvandrog

Having the OneNotes files on a SharePoint server is a third alternative to
keep notebooks synchronized between different computers with OneNote
installed. This also allows several people working on one document
simultaneously.

Rainald Taesler said:
Brenda said:
Is OneNote web based, so I can get to information i need from any
computer
No. The current version of ON is not web-based.
The next version, ON2010 (a part of Office 2010), will be released with
a web-version.

At present one can work with the data on a USB-stick and ON has a
fantastic feature of synching the data automatically.
This requires, however, that ON is installed on the computer one works
with.

An alternative would be to work with Ceedo on portable HDD and install
ON under Ceedo's Argo installer.
This also works with a super-fast USB-stick (at reduced speed).

I suggest that you might try it out with the fully functional 30-days
demo version of Ceedo [1] and the 60-days trial of ON [2]

Rainald
[1] http://www.ceedo.com/products/ceedo-personal.html
[2]
http://us1.trymicrosoftoffice.com/product.aspx?sku=3082934&culture=en-US
 
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Rainald Taesler

Thanks for this valuable amendment.

Rainald
Having the OneNotes files on a SharePoint server is a third
alternative to keep notebooks synchronized between different
computers with OneNote installed. This also allows several people
working on one document simultaneously.

Rainald Taesler said:
Brenda said:
Is OneNote web based, so I can get to information i need from any
computer
No. The current version of ON is not web-based.
The next version, ON2010 (a part of Office 2010), will be released
with a web-version.

At present one can work with the data on a USB-stick and ON has a
fantastic feature of synching the data automatically.
This requires, however, that ON is installed on the computer one
works with.

An alternative would be to work with Ceedo on portable HDD and
install ON under Ceedo's Argo installer.
This also works with a super-fast USB-stick (at reduced speed).

I suggest that you might try it out with the fully functional 30-days
demo version of Ceedo [1] and the 60-days trial of ON [2]

Rainald
[1] http://www.ceedo.com/products/ceedo-personal.html
[2]
http://us1.trymicrosoftoffice.com/product.aspx?sku=3082934&culture=en-US
 

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