Business Software Word Processing Microsoft OneNote 2003

Microsoft OneNote 2003 Service Pack 2 for Windows

by Microsoft Corporation

Avg. Rating 3.9 (15 votes)

File Details

File Size 30.1 MB
License Commercial Demo
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 6,594
Publisher Microsoft Corporation
Homepage Microsoft OneNote 2003

Publisher's Description

OneNote 2003 enables you to capture, organize, and reuse your notes electronically on laptop computers, desktop computers, or Tablet PCs. It gives you one place for all your notes, and the freedom to organize them the way you want. It also helps you capture information in multiple ways and then organize and reuse that information according to your needs, helping you work with your notes and information more productively.

Latest Reviews

OSuser

OSuser reviewed vService Pack 2 on Sep 28, 2005

This is the best tool for students in lectures and note taking, planners...The only thing I wish they added/implemented are Line Tool (or more graphic editing) and Math Tool(variables/functions and what not). Other then that I like using it on my laptop.

zridling

zridling reviewed vService Pack 2 on Sep 28, 2005

This is just the warmup to OneNote 12, which is going to be a lot of fun.

zridling

zridling reviewed vService Pack 1 Preview on Apr 20, 2004

OneNote is more than anything a fantastic outliner, and for anyone in business or a writer like myself, OneNote is a godsend. Its export abilities are highly accurate so there's no reformatting whether you're exporting to email, text, .doc, or OpenOffice formats. Finally, it can hold LOTS of anything. I recently finished a 178,000-word novel written solely in one OneNote tab. Impressive!

KnowIT

KnowIT reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 25, 2003

Why would one download 75 MB and install even more to get an opportunity to make notes/reminders in a program less sophisticated than 3m Postit ??? and why do the program insist on starting looking like a note solution, but all in all just another full application where the only opportunity to interact with your desktop is via a MHTML export feature . . . Only good thing about it is that the name doesn't tell a lie ;-) OneNote

ken_brown

ken_brown reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 22, 2003

If you take a lot of notes, this is a great piece of software. Favorite feature: syncronizes written and recorded notes, so you don't have to rewind and fast forward to find the exact part of a lecture you need to hear again.

IanT3cs

IanT3cs reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 22, 2003

It actually works! Not just an upgrade to a tired old programme, but a NEW programme. Works well for the inveterate "Jotter" Great for noting temporary URLs, quick notes to pay the milkman, To dos and much more.
Shame they haven't added in support for a reminder within the prog' yet, and a few other minor niggles which I'm sure will be in an Office 11 service pack soon.
Overall though, a good honest new tool. Good work MS (and I didn't say that about ANY part of Office 2002)!
4 Stars, because it's Microsoft, and I can't bring myself to give them 5 yet. Flame away guys, at least I'm honest.

Wiser

Wiser reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 22, 2003

Well... I have to admit, Microsoft actually did a good job with this program!

Avg. Rating 3.9 (15 votes)
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OSuser

OSuser reviewed vService Pack 2 on Sep 28, 2005

This is the best tool for students in lectures and note taking, planners...The only thing I wish they added/implemented are Line Tool (or more graphic editing) and Math Tool(variables/functions and what not). Other then that I like using it on my laptop.

zridling

zridling reviewed vService Pack 2 on Sep 28, 2005

This is just the warmup to OneNote 12, which is going to be a lot of fun.

zridling

zridling reviewed vService Pack 1 Preview on Apr 20, 2004

OneNote is more than anything a fantastic outliner, and for anyone in business or a writer like myself, OneNote is a godsend. Its export abilities are highly accurate so there's no reformatting whether you're exporting to email, text, .doc, or OpenOffice formats. Finally, it can hold LOTS of anything. I recently finished a 178,000-word novel written solely in one OneNote tab. Impressive!

KnowIT

KnowIT reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 25, 2003

Why would one download 75 MB and install even more to get an opportunity to make notes/reminders in a program less sophisticated than 3m Postit ??? and why do the program insist on starting looking like a note solution, but all in all just another full application where the only opportunity to interact with your desktop is via a MHTML export feature . . . Only good thing about it is that the name doesn't tell a lie ;-) OneNote

ken_brown

ken_brown reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 22, 2003

If you take a lot of notes, this is a great piece of software. Favorite feature: syncronizes written and recorded notes, so you don't have to rewind and fast forward to find the exact part of a lecture you need to hear again.

IanT3cs

IanT3cs reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 22, 2003

It actually works! Not just an upgrade to a tired old programme, but a NEW programme. Works well for the inveterate "Jotter" Great for noting temporary URLs, quick notes to pay the milkman, To dos and much more.
Shame they haven't added in support for a reminder within the prog' yet, and a few other minor niggles which I'm sure will be in an Office 11 service pack soon.
Overall though, a good honest new tool. Good work MS (and I didn't say that about ANY part of Office 2002)!
4 Stars, because it's Microsoft, and I can't bring myself to give them 5 yet. Flame away guys, at least I'm honest.

Wiser

Wiser reviewed v60-Day Trial on Oct 22, 2003

Well... I have to admit, Microsoft actually did a good job with this program!

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