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Saturday, February 7, 2015

5 Cool Ways to Use OneNote on My Surface Pro 3

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I've been playing with OneNote 2013 on my Surface Pro 3 . In the process, I've learned lot of new, cool stuff that I can do with OneNote!

*Coloring Book

OneNote is like a coloring book with unlimited pages. If I can find it on-line, I can color and decorate it. Here, I did my new Facebook profile picture.

OneNote, Surface Pro 3, surface tricks and tips


I've written before, of course, about using OneNote for my daily planning. And it leaves unlimited room to doodle.


Want to show friends how to edit a photograph in MightyText? Want to teach Grandma how to check her Facebook messages?

I just double click on my pen, write in my notes on the picture, and upload to the web.


I've been working on three novels. (I blurred out most of the writing, so no one can copy it.) OneNote is a fabulous way to note my edits. Then, I can correct my novel in Word, side-by-side with my notes.

I can't wait for Nanowrimo this year!

*Super, Extra Cool Note-taking

Of course, anyone can take notes in a notebook. 

But in OneNote on a Surface Pro 3, I can copy my favorite blogs, read them, and take notes on things that I want to follow-up on.

This works for research for work or school, too. 

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Unknown said...

Great advice as always! This is why I've nominated you for the Liebster Award as I really enjoy reading your blog.

KariP said...

Love the Tinkerbell. Who says you can't have some fun when getting things done.

Gail Morgan said...

Kristy, I love the planner screen shot you used here (the one with the doodled flower next to it). Can I have more details about it please?

Giftie Etcetera said...

No idea, Gail. It's been too long since I posted this to remember!