Moving to 100% electronic note taking

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PeteWood

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Apr 5, 2010, 2:07:36 PM4/5/10
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Hi Guys - for anyone else who has struggled to move all their note
taking to electronic format, this is how I managedf it....

http://voato.com/office/electronic-note-taking-from-notepad-to-netbook-in-4-easy-steps/

How has everyone else managed this? Has one else tried electronics
pens?

John Mayson

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Apr 5, 2010, 6:33:11 PM4/5/10
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I have done more less everything you said and I use Evernote.

Sometimes I'll retype my notes into Evernote or I'll scan in the sheet as a PDF and store it. It just depends.

John

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John R. S. Mascio

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Apr 5, 2010, 10:45:35 PM4/5/10
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I also used a digitizing pad called a Cyberpad, by Adesso. In truth, I
have not gone 100% electronic. I still use 8.5"x11" notepads, or
composition pads. Depending on the meeting, conference, or educational
setting, I find that using paper and colored pens are still superior to
most of the current note taking technology.

But, with that being said, I use OneNote, MSWord/OpenOffice, or a Wiki,
depending on the environment. Digital cameras (including video), phone
cameras and scanners work well for digitizing physical notes, and keeps
the colors, if you color code like I do. I rarely use a digital voice
recorder, but it is handy for some things.

Even as adept as I am with electronic media, going 100% electronic is
not necessarily an option at all times.

JRSM

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