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Office 2010 Made Simple by Guy Hart-Davis

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Sharing an Existing Notebook

As you saw in Chapter 16: “Getting Up to Speed and Using Notes,” when you create a new notebook stored on Windows Live SkyDrive or on a network, OneNote gives you the opportunity to e-mail a link to the notebook to other people who share that folder. If you share the notebook, you and other people can work on it at the same time, using the coauthoring features explained in Chapter 5: “Coauthoring in Real Time and Sharing Documents.”

If you want to share an existing notebook rather than create a new notebook, open the notebook and work as shown in Figure 17–5.

After OneNote creates the shared notebook, it displays a dialog box telling you that the notebook is shared with anyone who has permission to access the network ...

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