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OneNote 2007 – Class Library (.dll)

First off, let me say that this is the first .NET / C# coding I’ve attempted to do. So if you see where I’ve done something poorly or have any constructive feedback relating to the code, I’m all ears.

Secondly, I thought it would be helpful to enumerate a few resources that I’ve found useful.

The Unknown OneNote Guy’s Blog
Daniel Escapa
Office 2007 (including OneNote 2007) XML schema
What’s New for Developers in OneNote 2007 (Part 1 of 2)
What’s New for Developers in OneNote 2007 (Part 2 of 2)
W3 Schools XML Tutorial

Okay so let’s dive in. First off when creating your project, make sure you add a reference to the OneNote API. The Unknown OneNote Guys has a nice post on how to do this.

The first thing I did was design a class library with objects and methods for working with the OneNote … Read More »

– Jamie @ 6:30 AM on Nov 7, 2006

OneNote 2007

I’ve been using Microsoft’s OneNote 2003 for a little over a year. Nate told me about it when it first came out. At the time, I was using a paper notebook system developed by David, which was working well for me. When Nate showed me OneNote I thought, “That’s interesting, but it doesn’t seem particularly useful,” and I promptly forgot about it. Well, during the summer of 2005 I started envisioning a new way to deal with all of the information that comes at me on a daily basis. It needed to have a few key features

Computer based
Accessible from many computers
Handwriting support
File management
Multimedia (images, videos, etc.)
Tabular data

I didn’t really think there was anything out there like what I was thinking about. Certainly there were apps that delivered part of the package, but nothing that … Read More »

– Jamie @ 7:40 AM on Nov 6, 2006
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