Chris Pratley is one of the designers of OneNote 2007, which is a super-cool geeky way to keep track of your thoughts and plans for world domination. You can dowload the free Beta here and start playing…
Let’s say you have a desktop at home (for serious gaming, uh, I mean work), and recently bought a laptop or tablet that you take with you when you go out for coffee or to school or to meet a client. Maybe you take lecture or meeting notes on your laptop, but do most of your web research and brainstorming using OneNote on your desktop. (it’s great that a single copy of OneNote is licensed for two PCs, isn’t it?)
Here’s how you set up your machines so that you can see the notes on both machines.
Step 1. Use Share/Create Shared Notebook to create each notebook you want.
Step 2. On your laptop, open the links you get in mail. Do this while you are at home on the same network as the desktop.
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