Sending text, images, animations right from web pages to OneNote 2010 could be very handy, especially when you are looking for extra complementary stuff over the net. We will be putting some light on OneNote integration in two widely used browsers IE and Firefox.
If you have been using IE8, you will be quite zapped that OneNote 2010 has already been integrated in it. Right-click any content and select Send to OneNote.
Upon click, it will bring up Select Location in OneNote dialog. Select the notebook in which you want to send the webpage content and click OK.
It will instantly open selected notebook in OneNote 2010 and all the content will be appended into the notebook without hampering the existing content. At the end of the newly inserted content you will see the link of the web page from where it has been inserted.
Firefox does not support direct OneNote 2010 integration but you can add it by installing an add-on called, Clip-to-OneNote.
Once installed, click Options, and specify the path of OneNote 2010 executable file in the OneNote Path dialog.
Now right-click the content you want to send to OneNote, and select Clip to OneNote.
It will send the selected content to OneNote notebook instantly.