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Microsoft OneNote 2016 Build 13029.20308


ProsCons

Create your way

Collaborate with anyone

Think with ink

Easy to create and edit pages

Can work offline and share online

Included in all PC versions of Office 2013

Access from anywhere

Minor problems embedding online images


Full Details
GENERAL
App NameMicrosoft OneNote
PublisherMicrosoft
Publisher web sitehttp://www.microsoft.com/
Release DateDecember 03, 2018
UPDATE
Last Update On2020/07/27
Version2016 Build 13029.20308
File NameExternal File
File SizeNot Available
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows XP/2003/Vista/Server 2008/7
CATEGORY
CategoryBusiness Software
SubcategoryBusiness Applications
DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
Total Downloads1167121
Downloads Last 7 Days17
PRICE And Limits
PriceFree
License ModelFree to try
Limitations60 Day Trial

Microsoft OneNote has many powerful tools to easily create a detailed notebook and share them with others.it’s interface is simple and easy to use. Each menu and tab is clearly labeled and includes recognizable Microsoft icons. Large plus signs will allow you to quickly insert new sections and pages on the fly. As with other Office products, Microsoft OneNote 2013 relies on use of the tool bar or corresponding hotkeys. You can also right click to bring up a convenient editing menu.This trial will give you a taste of Microsoft OneNote 2013’s Windows 8 upgrades.
Revise your notes with type, highlighting, or ink annotations. With OneNote across all your devices, you’ll never miss a flash of inspiration. Great minds don’t always think alike, but they can share ideas and create together in OneNote. Teachers can use OneNote to organize lesson plans in searchable digital notebooks, and staff can create a sharable content library. Encourage students to handwrite notes and sketch diagrams.

Microsoft’s OneNote digital notebook lets you create, store, and share notes, drawings, and files across all your devices, from your Windows or MacOS desktop to an iOS and Android mobile device.

Pros

Collect your thoughts and other things: You can, of course, type your notes into OneNote, which can also keep links and file attachments. You can also insert images, build tables, and even create mathematical equations, with fractions, exponentials, and other math structures. And you can add Word and Excel files to a page and edit the documents from OneNote.

Import notes from Evernote: With Microsoft’s Evernote importer tool, you can move everything from Evernote over to OneNote. While the two note-taking services share much in common, OneNote offers unlimited monthly uploads, unlike Evernote, which caps free uploads at 60MB a month.

Style your notes: Apply text styles to notes from the Styles gallery and change fonts. You can also highlight text.

Make drawings: OneNote comes with pen, marker, eraser, and highlighter tools, letting you create drawings in your notes. OneNote also comes with a Shapes gallery to add shapes to your notes.

Helpfully organized: OneNote arranges your ideas into notebooks. You can add pages to a notebook and create sections if you want to organize its contents. You can rearrange pages and sections, combine multiple sections into a section group, and create subpages with content indented.

To find something across your documents, a search field lets you look for specific words or phrases.

Collaborate: You can collaborate with others by sharing your notes. You can give collaborators the ability to edit your notebooks or just view. From OneNote you can also send a Notebook as a read-only PDF to anyone.

Available on iPhone, Android, and MacOS: Sure, the OneNote application is a great way to keep notes on Windows, and it was designed specifically for Microsoft’s Surface and Surface Pro devices. But a note-taking app is most useful when you can access your files wherever you are, and the OneNote app tics that checkbox by being available on Mac, Android, and iOS devices as well as on the web, with all your notes synced across devices.

It’s free: Although OneNote is part of the Office suite, you don’t need to buy Office to use it. In fact, you don’t need to buy OneNote to use it, as Microsoft lets you download and use its note-taking app for free.

Or get it with Office 365: Microsoft OneNote fills the note-taking spot in the Microsoft Office suite. The $69.99-per-year Office 365 Personal edition includes the Excel spreadsheet; the Word text editor; the PowerPoint presentation app; the Outlook email app; the OneDrive cloud storage service; and the Skype voice- and video-calling app. Or get the Office 365 Home edition, which costs $99 a year and lets you share your subscription with four family members.

If you’d rather buy Office instead of subscribing, for $149.99, you can own the Office Home and Student 2016 for PC edition, which comes with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

Get organized in notebooks you can divide into sections and pages. With easy navigation and search, you’ll always find your notes right where you left them. Revise your notes with type, highlighting, or ink annotations. With the app across all your devices, you’ll never miss a flash of inspiration. Great minds don’t always think alike, but they can share ideas and create together in the software.

Cons

Can’t do everything across platforms: While you can access all your OneNote files across the different versions of the note-taking service, some features are reserved for the Windows version. For example, you can embed Word and Excel files in notes and edit them in Windows, but on the Mac they are read-only.