Tuesday, July 04, 2006

English Standard Version for OneNote 2007 now available

From Rob Bushway over at GottaBeMobile:

I am pleased to announce the availability of the English Standard Version Bible for OneNote 2007 via www.TabletBible.com. This version for OneNote 2007 is formatted with wide margins and double spacing, especially tailored to Tablet PC users for ink notetaking. In addition, each book in the Bible is a seperate OneNote section, with each chapter in the book belonging to a page within that section. Using the built-in functioanlity of OneNote 2007, you can insert your own ink notes, view the Bible text and notes in full screen mode, search your ink and text notes, sync your Bible notes between multiple computers, record the audio of sermons and play it back in time with your notes (with permission of course !), and insert additional pages – all right within your ESV Bible for OneNote 2007.

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I’m downloading this now!  OneNote is a great way to study texts.  I recently downloaded a copy of the Koran and printed it into OneNote.  I need to study up more on the majority religion where I live.  OneNote is the perfect way to annotate, highlight, and work with texts like these.

I imagine I’ll still use BibleWorks for most of my heavy lifting, but that program is great for working with the text as language; doodling with it in OneNote is working with the text as a living thing.  Those are completely different, but complimentary functions. 

Rob, thanks for all the hard work on this!  This is a great addition!

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