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Tricks of the Microsoft® Office Gurus by Paul McFedries

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Chapter 9. Collaborating with a Tablet PC and OneNote

In the old days, collaborating on a document often meant stuffing the hard copy into an interoffice envelope and routing it to another person. That person would remove the document, make notes on the page or edit the text with proofreader’s marks, and then send the document back to the originator or on to the next person in the collaboration chain.

Although this red-pencil-and-paper method has largely been superseded by the electronic comments and annotations that we looked at in Chapter 7Working as a Team: Collaborating with Other Users,” there are some businesses ...

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