Responding to enthusiastic feedback from OneNote (TM) users, Microsoft Corp. today announced the release of Microsoft® Office OneNote 2003 Service Pack 1 (OneNote SP1) Preview, a software update that delivers technical updates and feature enhancements requested by customers to help them better capture, organize and share their notes and information. Customer feedback from newsgroups, surveys, focus groups and customer visits directly impacted 90 percent of the new SP1 features, including increased integration with Microsoft Office 2003 Editions, the ability to copy notes from a Pocket PC into OneNote, and the ability to password-protect notes.
"A strong measure of OneNote's success in meeting the needs of information workers is the enthusiastic feedback we've received from early customers. These customers are telling us that OneNote is helping them be more productive, and that they are engaged in the product's future development," said Peter Pathe, corporate vice president of Office Authoring Services at Microsoft. "The OneNote product team's responsiveness to requests for feature enhancements in OneNote SP1 is a great example of Microsoft's commitment to delivering valuable innovation to our customers."
Download: OneNote 2003 SP1 Preview
News source: Microsoft PressPass