Thanks for all your work explaining OneNote. It's one of those applications that looks as though it has a lot of potential, but it may take some playing with to figure it out.
I have followed your posts here and found your recommendation to be very very useful. So thank you. Now I can experiment with OneNote. It might be an easy Sermon Prep tool!
Also, the file that you have created, "Bibleworks_Notes.zip". When I unzip it, it places the notebook folder within a parent folder "Bibleworks_Notes". I had to take the "real" folder (which is the actual Notebook folder) and move it up into the folder along with all of my other Notebook folders. Then my link in Bibleworks worked perfectly! Just a point to pass along and not a complaint :).
Right now my main goal for the project is actually linking with Logos. The user could easily set up the books he wants to be able to quickly reference, even having a button that would check a set of books. Clicking OK would open the checked resources in Libronix. the interface would look something like this below. You would copy a link to the Logos resource into the spreadsheet (any location within the resource would do), give it a name, and indicate any presets you want it to be a part of. then on the form in the lower right you would check those resources.
Is this something anyone would be interested in?
Just got BW 8 and OneNote a couple of weeks ago. That basic notebook and eternal link is incredible, spitzerpl!
It's been some time since there was activity at this thread, but I'm interested in whatever you're working on re:OneNote and BW!
Since the thread is called "OneNote Integration" I think this will be interesting for you:
The program for Independent Bible Study based on OneNote http://IStudyBibleTools.com
Does anyone still have the onenote zip file?? Could you repost it??? Thank you! Gilbert