One Note Trapper Keeper Software for the 21st Century
Office Wizards Should Know this Program
So you have been using and selling Microsoft Office for years but are you getting the most out of your purchase? You are a wiz in your daily appliciations such as Word and Excel, you depend on Outlook for your communication and daily calendar. What about the often overlooked application, that seems like it was just thrown into Office. An application if properly used can bring a great deal of value to your workflow?
Get Organized with OneNote
OneNote is a software version of the iconic 80's back to school binder, the Trapper Keeper. Admit it you had one, probably not the cool Lamborghini version though. If you are not familiar with OneNote take a look at the quick video below to learn the ways you can use it to increase your productivity and find things you probably would have lost if you are using an old fashioned notepad.
What is OneNote?
OneNote is a program that functions like a binder of folders in your computer which allows you to categorize all your projects and ideas into a single location. Putting all these thoughts, images, charts or anything you can cut and paste into OneNote enables you to take advantage of the following powerful features:
Organize different types of data and files into one location
Categorize information in a usable and familiar way
Search folders in OneNote rather than struggling to remember where you saved them
Share the information with your co-workers across the network or in the cloud on SkyDrive
Now you finally know how to get this key to do some work.
Now for a little fun, drop me a note and tell me a story about your TrapperKeeper. Please comment below!
Ed Stone has worked at Seneca since 2003, during most of this time he was a member of the Channel Sales team. In 2011 he transitioned to the Marketing Department to grow cooperative marketing with Seneca’s vendors. With more than 20 years of experience in the Channel as a VAR and Distribution Salesperson, he has a varied technical background with robust product knowledge