Bob Inhoff is has served as Chair of the Technology Committee for the Indian River Genealogical Society in Vero Beach, Florida where he has lived for more than twelve years. Bob also serves as the Webmaster for the Florida State Genealogical Society and the Goff-Gough Family Association. He is a member of the Florida State Genealogical Society and NGS.
Author: Bob Inhoff
Most of us face the continuing challenge of organizing the massive amounts of information we collect in our ongoing genealogical research. Many have found Evernote to be a helpful tool. In this lecture Bob will describe another resource, Microsoft OneNote, and demonstrate how it has been immensely helpful in collecting, analyzing and organizing his research. OneNote is a free digital organizing application from Microsoft. Notes, photos, clippings and more can be organized in digital “3 ring binders” with dividers between topics. OneNote offers powerful search, linking and sharing features which enhance productive research. Notes are available on your desktop (both Windows and Mac), tablet, phone and on-line.