Instead of scratching travel notes and ideas for summer activities on pieces of paper, printing screenshots from websites, or emailing yourself bits of information, you can easily organize all that research in an OneNote notebook, which is a part of Office 2010.
Because OneNote lets you be super-organized, you can get a huge head start on trip planning. And, as you collect ideas and grab clips from websites, you’re basically creating a personal travel guide.
I’ve also shared my own Summer Planning OneNote Notebook here on SkyDrive for you to take a look.
Written by Susan Carraretto, co-founder of 5 Minutes for Mom.