Use Microsoft OneNote 2010 to record important meetings
We usually write everything down that happens at a few important meetings. But what if the meeting goes on for a while? How long will you keep taking notes in your organizers or notepads? We have a solution that you might like. Wait, change the like to love. Microsoft OneNote 2010 can be used to record audio notes. Did you know about that? Let us see how you can record audio using Microsoft OneNote 2010.
Open Microsoft OneNote 2010 and on the Ribbon, click on the tab ‘Insert’ to begin the process. In the ‘Insert’ tab, you would find the option ‘Record Audio’ to start the recording. It is as simple as that. Once you are done with your meeting or if you wish to stop your recording, you need to click on the tab ‘Recording’. On that tab, you would find the option to stop the recording.
The best thing with recording audio with OneNote is organization. You can organize all your audio files in such a way that it would be easy for you to search for them in future. You can also change the audio source for the recording and have other options to suite your preferences. To know more about this, read the complete story here.