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OneNote

A personal information manager from Microsoft for organizing information and ad hoc note taking. It is commonly used for classroom and research projects by providing the electronic equivalent of a three-ring binder that holds text, handwritten notes and other elements. Introduced in 2003, OneNote integrates with Outlook and other Microsoft Office applications. See Microsoft Office.



Microsoft Office

Microsoft's flagship suite of desktop business applications for Windows and Mac. All versions of the suite include Word, Excel and PowerPoint (word processing, spreadsheets and presentations). Outlook, Access, OneNote and Publisher (email, database, note taking and desktop publishing) are also available in various versions. Office software is a large percentage of Microsoft's business. See Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Microsoft Office versions and application suite.



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