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Can't conceive a personal use for OneNote


wee eddie

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How do I disable it(turn it off), permanently.

Without deleting it from my Hard Drive, just in case I decide that it might have some kind of use

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BRYNIT

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If you are talking about OneNote auto starting with windows I think if you look in Start\all programs\startup you will find the OneNote icon, delete icon and OneNote will not auto start.

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sunnystaines

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i have a copy of one note 2003, never found a use for it could not even give it away. unistall it to stop it using the pc resources.

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ßeta

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sunnystaines

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beta never saw that option in 2003 version.

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ßeta

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2007 and above.

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HondaMan

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You do amaze me. I wouldn't be without it. Don't be put off or confused my Microsofts suggested uses. I use it for making notews of telkephone conversations, telephone numbers, items ordered online, all those little items you write on a piece of paper which you then promptly lose, in fact almost anything wehich you would otherwise have to write down.

before that I used a programme called "MemoryMate" in both DOS and Windows versions and EverNote which is my second favourite after OneNote, but that is only because OneNote comes with MS Office Pro

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HondaMan

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Forgot to mention, I also use it to keep copies of reviews from various websites. Makes it very easy to locate a review or indeed any information, e.g. screen resolutions, processor speeds and designations, both on tables copied using the snipping tool in Win7Pro

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