OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

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linkx13
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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby linkx13 » Wed May 21, 2014 12:14 pm

Is this still the best way to go or are there other programs?

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby sundontshine » Wed May 21, 2014 12:25 pm

linkx13 wrote:Is this still the best way to go or are there other programs?


OneNote is absolutely the way to go.

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby amw5471 » Wed May 21, 2014 12:54 pm

sundontshine wrote:
linkx13 wrote:Is this still the best way to go or are there other programs?


OneNote is absolutely the way to go.


Thank you! I was wondering this as well

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby Buck Strickland » Sat May 31, 2014 11:11 pm

How do folks feel about the Mac version? I've heard not so good things. Given the choice between OneNote for Mac and Circus Ponies, what seems to be the best option?

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby cjayne88 » Sat Sep 06, 2014 10:59 am

As a 1L, this guide seems amazing to learn all the ins and outs of OneNote, but none of the screenshots are showing up! Does anyone have the images saved or know of a way to access the images? If not, are there any other comparable guides that I can use to get the most out of OneNote?

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby A.Taarabt7 » Thu Jun 18, 2015 3:38 am

cjayne88 wrote:As a 1L, this guide seems amazing to learn all the ins and outs of OneNote, but none of the screenshots are showing up! Does anyone have the images saved or know of a way to access the images? If not, are there any other comparable guides that I can use to get the most out of OneNote?



likewise, does anyone have images they can post? I've heard mixed things about using Outlook for law school. Some friends IRL didn't like it.

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby A.Taarabt7 » Thu Jun 18, 2015 5:44 pm

dextermorgan wrote:Nice write up, but for the basic layout minimalists may want to consider an alternative like Xeoh's:
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looks like one note is basically similar to me creating a bunch of word docs and saving it in specific folders and sub folders in my documents?

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby Ris19 » Thu Jun 18, 2015 5:47 pm

Tagging, thanks!

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Re: OneNote & Law School: beginners guide

Postby sundance95 » Wed Jun 24, 2015 7:17 pm

A.Taarabt7 wrote:looks like one note is basically similar to me creating a bunch of word docs and saving it in specific folders and sub folders in my documents?

No. If you are using onenote right, you are creating hyperlinks between specific portions of your outline to specific portions of the docs that would otherwise be separate docs in folders and subfolders. This matters for quick access during exams.




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