A quick video tour of the OneNote app

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Microsoft's Jason Draime takes you on a quick tour of the OneNote modern app where you can use the radial wheel to create lists and format on the fly, use a stylus to transcribe your handwriting, and take a quick picture to upload to your Notebook. This readiness guide brought to you by Microsoft IT aims to help you be more productive and inspire an all-digital culture within Microsoft.

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    Daniel Harris

    Somebody posted on another site about this video and was confused. Just to clear it up, the OneNote app shown here is from Windows 8 / 8.1 and there is a new app in Windows 10, it doesn't have the radial menu unfortunately.

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