Tag: Microsoft OneNote

Accessibility gets easier

So November is NaNoWriMo – the month to write your novel. Well, I’m not doing that, but I’m endeavouring to write a blog post a (week)day this month just to get back in the habit. One of the biggest pushes from Microsoft since has been Accessibility – making certain that Microsoft products don’t get in […]

Email to OneNote

This is one of those things that I always assume people know… but then they don’t! You can send (almost) anything to the email address me@onenote.com and it will create a new page with whatever was in the email, along with any attachments. This makes it easy to have meeting notes, travel plans, orders, receipts, […]

Equation Editor comes to OneNote (Win10)

Folks have been waiting a while to get Equation Editor into OneNote (Win10 version… it’s been in 2016/Desktop for forever). Now, the funny thing is this won’t make a huge deal for me. I tend to just write my equations out, and if it’s for more serious distribution I tend to write it in Word.  […]

Choose your own… PD.

When we return from March Break, we tend to have a teacher-only day of PD and meetings.  The admin had broken the faculty into 3 groups for two sessions and hadn’t planned anything for the third so I suggested I run a tech PD.Since this would be my swan song as the tech guy I […]

Post It Notes go universal

Microsoft recently began rolling out an update to their Post-It Note software, which they call StickyNotes – now at version 3.  You can get it in the Microsoft Store here.  For the sake of clarity, I’ll continue to refer to them as Post-It Notes — they’re like Kleenex.What’s nice now is that the Notes now […]