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Daniel Escapa's OneNote Blog Daniel Escapa's OneNote Blog This post was authored by Olya Veselova, Senior PM Lead on OneNote Organizing and finding content is an important part of your note taking experience, and we've spent a lot of time this release thinking about how to improve navigation in OneNote 2013. We've also been working on making OneNote better for touch based devices, which have an entirely different set of constraints. It's also important for the UI to scale well for casual and power users - we wanted to make it easy to get around your content whether you have a single notebook or dozens of them. As David touched upon in his earlier post, we now have two modes in OneNote: Normal View, an updated version of the layout from 2010 designed for mouse and keyboard useFull Page View, a completely new style of navigation designed specifically for touch
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OneNote Testing
Malte Ahrens has posted a nice step-by-step guide on how to integrate your OneNote 2010 “Add-in” (the official name) into the Ribbon with big icons and not stuck on the Add-Ins Tab. Plenty of screen shots and detailed instructions will have you creating a nice packaged install with a pretty icon for your OneNote PowerToys. (Then you can send me an email and I’ll publish/promote it here!) - VS2008 and VS2010 tested. Source code available. - PDF and XPS versions of instructions available. OneNote PowerToys

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