Using a Notebook on More Than One Computer

Office OneNote 2007 is all about managing your information, a key aspect of being productive yourself and being an effective member of a team. Managing information on one computer—the computer you use at work, for example—poses enough difficulties, but it’s often the case that people use more than one computer—a laptop and a desktop, for example, or a computer at home to complement the computer they use at the office.

If you work on more than one computer, you can set up OneNote notebooks in a shared location, such as a file share on your network. The notebook is available to you from any computer you can use to gain access to that location, provided that the computer has OneNote installed. When you open ...

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