If you’re already using OneNote in the office, or even out in the field, and use Epson WorkForce scanners, you’ll be happy to know OneNote has been added to Epson’s scan-to-cloud platform, Document Capture Pro.
Now that the full version of OneNote for Windows is available for free, you might find Tuesday’s “Office 15-Minute Webinar” just what you need to jump-start using it as your go-to scrapbook for home, work and school.
It’s easy to see Doxie’s appeal: these portable scanners don’t require computers and it’s easy to set them up so scans automatically go to OneNote. And once your documents are in OneNote, you can get to them from any device connected to the Web.
Genius Scan is a scanner in your pocket, designed to make it easy for individuals and small businesses to digitize important documents. Now the app for iPhone, iPad and Android integrates with OneNote.
OneNote is your digital home for jotting down ideas, capturing your collection of Web clippings and research, planning your trips and events, checking your to-dos and shopping lists, and sharing your notes with friends and co-workers.