Use Microsoft OneNote For Paperless Genealogy

GenealogyMy dad is really into genealogy, and I know a lot of DocumentSnap readers are too.

I’m always interested in the technology behind tracking down your family history, so it is no surprise that I took notice of this post: Introduction to OneNote For Genealogists.

I know that Microsoft OneNote definitely has fans in the paperless crowd, so if you are interested in the topic, check out BrianB’s post and watch his helpful video, which I’ve embedded below.

Are you into paperless genealogy? How do you do it?

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