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OneNote 2003 Beta 2

Remember those personal organisers that were all the rage before Palms and Pocket PCs took over -- the leather-bound affairs in which you could write with a real pen, organise your notes into sections separated with dividers and move pages between sections? Microsoft's new OneNote application does a similar job for the PC, although it sticks to being a notebook and doesn't try to compete with Outlook's calendars and task schedulers. OneNote, which will form part of the Office 2003 family, provides a single place for creating and organising all your notes, lists, doodles, sketches and diagrams -- the sort of material that's always difficult to find and organise.
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