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10 OneNote Features that Will Rock Your Writing World

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Writers In The Storm Blog

I’m a software trainer by day so I have several “true loves” in the software realm. But as a writer, my hands down favorite lately is OneNote.

I. Heart. OneNote.

What is it, and where do you find it?

OneNote is a planner and note taking software. Capture text, images, video and audio notes, and keep important information readily available. If you’re the organized type, it’s likely that you have a binder with all of the research information and pictures for your book.

OneNote allows you to keep this information in the same format electronically so it’s searchable.

You’ll find OneNote in your START menu.

I could do several posts on the topic (and I probably will) but when I stopped to think about what I use the MOST in the program, it was pretty easy to come up with my Top Ten fave features.

#10 – ToDo Lists

OneNote…

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NEW RELEASES FOR WRITERS AND FANTASY FANS: “Writing for You” and Legends of Windemere on July 31, 2013!

Check out the new releases from Victoria and Charles! Get your copy today!

Creative Writing with the Crimson League

Screen Shot 2013-06-02 at 1.37.23 PMI am stoked, you guys: “Writing for You: A Novelist’s Guide to the Craft of Fiction” is FINALLY out in the world. It was months in the making and comes per your request.

If you enjoy the blog here, or just want some material to get you thinking about, questioning, and improving your writing process, this book is a must read.

The kindle version is on sale for early birds: this week only, it’s available for $2.99. Regular list price is $4.99, so make sure you take advantage of the deal and let others know about it.

Paperback will be available on amazon.com for $7.99 very, very soon. If you prefer a book to hold in hand and don’t want to wait, you can order directly from the publisher here. Enter discount code 848EH54C for $1 off the list price.

Some important facts about the book:

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