Thursday, November 3, 2011
Introduction To OneNote For Genealogists
Well, I've started using Microsoft's OneNote to organize my digital files, and I realized as I started that there a lot of videos and "How To" articles on the internet about organizing your genealogy, but most of them assume you are dealing with stacks of paper, which of course, I am trying to avoid.
So, after a little bit of use, I put together this "Introduction To OneNote For Genealogists" video. It's my first attempt at any kind of "How To" video, so I'm open to whatever criticism, good or bad, comes of it. If it's something people seem interested in, I may do some more shorter videos that identify some of the "neat" features of the program and how they can enhance your research, but this particular video is meant as an introduction and to get people thinking about how easy it can be to convert countless binders to a simple set of OneNote notebooks.
Feel free to leave a comment with what you like, didn't like, etc about the video and/or if you are interested in hearing more about OneNote.