Show Onenote on opening

  surfer47 16:02 06 May 12
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I use MS Onenote [part of Windows Vista] as a "To Do" list and would like to have it open when I start up. Is there any way of doing this? Regards

  difarn 16:19 06 May 12

You can right click on One Note in all programmes and you have the option to pin to task bar, pin to start menu or send to desktop as a shortcut. Is this what you want?

  difarn 16:22 06 May 12

If you mean that you actually want it to open upon start up

Windows Vista

Click the Start button, click All Programs, and then click Microsoft Office.
In the list of available Office programs, right-click the icon of the program or programs you want to start automatically, and then click Copy on the shortcut menu.
In the All Programs list, right-click the Startup folder, and then click Explore on the shortcut menu.
In the window that opens, click Organize, and then click Paste.
  difarn 16:25 06 May 12

Don't know what happened to that post - here is the proper version:-

Click the Start button Click All Programmes, Click Microsoft Office In the list of available Office programmes right-click the icon of the programme you want and then click Copy on the shortcut menu. In the All Programmes list right-click the Startup folder and then click Explore on the shortcut menu. In the window that opens click Organize and then Paste.

  surfer47 09:58 09 May 12

Thank you for that. Works a treat. Regards

  difarn 21:45 09 May 12

That's excellent - glad to help.

  keylogger11 06:55 26 May 12

hey just click on start then all program then microsoft office and then in which you wan to do work then click on that menu.

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