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Organizing your genealogy research using Microsoft Onenote  
 
Organizing your genealogy research using Microsoft Onenote  
  
This is an article on how to use Microsoft's Office 2007 program Onenote to organize your genealogy research. I have borrowed from the Digital Compass, and "How to Organize Your Paper Files." The goal is to have your paper files digitized.
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This is an article on how to use Microsoft's Office 2007 program Onenote to organize your genealogy research. I have borrowed from[[Research Compass Description|Research Compass Description]], and [[Organizing Your Files|Organizing Your Files]]The goal is to have your paper files digitized.

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Organizing your genealogy research using Microsoft Onenote

This is an article on how to use Microsoft's Office 2007 program Onenote to organize your genealogy research. I have borrowed fromResearch Compass Description, and Organizing Your FilesThe goal is to have your paper files digitized.