Eddie VanDerbeck at GottaBeMobile.com offers a short and sweet tip on using the new Outlook-OneNote integration. This is one of my favorite things about the Office 2007 upgrade and I use it all the time. In fact, at last week's ETech Conference I subscribed to the event calendar, added the sessions I was interested in attending to my calendar, and, with a single tap of the stylus (substitute mouse click if you're not using a Tablet PC), I created a OneNote notes page for each session with all of the information from the calendar already populated on the page.
I plan to do the same thing for the next event I'll be attending - the O'Reilly Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco.
The really nice thing about these meeting notes (and tasks which can be created and synced in similar fashion) is that they remain linked even after you've filed the notes pages in your OneNote notebooks. So accessing all of the notes you've taken during a meeting or conference session can be done with a simple tap or click from the Appointment form in Outlook.