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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by legaleye3000, Apr 26, 2009.
Does Microsoft make OneNote for Mac? If not, does the latest Word read OneNote files?
You can try EverNote, it's free.
Do you know if it imports or reads OneNote files..? Thanks
No idea. I haven't used it. It is free, so give it a try. I would, but I don't have any OneNote files sitting around.
EverNote = Crap, when compared to OneNote.
You can't even compare the two, they're entirely different products. They both have "note" in the name, and you can write notes in them. The similarities end there. OneNote is much more powerful than EverNote.