The more I use OneNote 2007, the more I like it. I find the possibility to share notebooks and also working offline with a notebook on a server very useful. But one of the really nice things is when you have to make a screen shot. Previously I’ve been using the PrintScrn-button (with or without Alt) and then cropped the screen shot to what I need in some application like paint. But with OneNote I don’t have to do that any more. With OneNote installed I just have to hit “WindowsLogoKey-S” and the screen is dimmed. I use the mouse to draw a rectangle of what I need captured from the screen and the image is pasted into my OneNote, ready to be used.