OneSnap is a web page capture tool for OneNote that simplifies and optimizes importing web pages to your OneNote notebook.
- Quickly import web pages as bitmaps from Internet Explorer into any OneNote section
- Change the title of the new page from within your browser
- Add a comment to the new page from within your browser
- Optionally limit web page width - OneSnap will scale the page if it’s wider than your specified "max width"
- Import as background image
- Optionally navigate to the new page after import
- Advanced functionality: Customize your import targets
- Create virtual import folders (see Advanced tab for more info)
- Hide folders or sections from showing up in OneSnap
- Tested with OneNote 2003 and 2007, and IE 6 & 7 (beta)
OneSnap is all about enabling you to import web pages without interrupting your workflow!
Here’s a screenshot of the import dialog (click the thumbnail for a bigger picture):
The dialog is what you get when you click the OneSnap button in IE.
It actually was one of the winners of the Microsoft OneNote PowerToy Contest, so Microsoft was supposed to release it on their web site as an official PowerToy. But I think that it got lost in the shuffle of the Office 2007 and Vista pushes. So, without further ado, download OneSnap v1.2.1 here!
On ON2007, the capture page’s URL and comments are occluded by the OneNote page title. You can manually fix this after importing, but it’s kinda annoying.