note taking software

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  1. jisaac

    jisaac Notebook Deity

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    I recently moved school, and i am now allowed to take notes using a laptop in class. I'm getting an eee pc in a few days (linux version - then install xp)... so i'm just wondering... what is the best (preferably free) note-taking software available? it would be helpful if it allowed me to write formulas/ equations for maths/science quickly...
    thanks guys
     
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    shoelace_510 8700M GT inside... ^-^;

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    If you are looking to get MS Office 2007 or already have it I would try out OneNote. :)
     
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    azntiger1000 Notebook Deity

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    I agree. Onenote is incredible, but I don't know if you can handle that on the EEE.
     
  4. Knightendo

    Knightendo Notebook Consultant

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    Get the Acer Aspire One. Im sure it handles OneNote. Also there is a promotion from the Big M with students. Buy Office for 60 bucks so you wont have pirate it.
    that easy
     
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    shoelace_510 8700M GT inside... ^-^;

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    I have an MSI Wind which should have similar specs to any of the new netbooks, and it has no problems running Onenote. :)

    Also, you can get MS Office 2007 Ultimate for $59.95 from www.theultimatesteal.com... :)
     
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    jonhapimp Notebook Virtuoso

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    onenote like everybody else says
     
  7. strjms72

    strjms72 Notebook Enthusiast

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    open office is free, but I never tried math formulas and stuff...
     
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    zero7404 Notebook Deity

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    y don't you look into a digital pen ? i saw one used once. just like a real pen, but you buy special note pads with a pattern on them that is recorded by the pen and when you plug the pen into your pc, it downloads the info.
     
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    The mion specs for Office 2007 are very low
     
  10. jisaac

    jisaac Notebook Deity

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    thanks for the responses... i think i'm found some good freeware though, -Evernote... if ne1 is interested :)
     
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