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Unread 19-04-2008, 07:23 PM   #1
pghboemike
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4 the powershell team integrate powershell with onenote

been getting up close and personal with ms onenote 2007 this weekend for a
work project and though it would be cool to have powershell integrated with
so so as i surf the web and gather info and scripts i could try them out, say
by highlighting the script and right clicking and choosing run in powershell

and yeah i am aware of security risks but don't see much difference in
copy/paste 2 a posh command window

i am think we might get better documentation by having a project notebook

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Unread 19-04-2008, 08:25 PM   #2
RichS [MVP]
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RE: 4 the powershell team integrate powershell with onenote

There is a PowerShell provider available for OneNote

http://bdewey.com/2007/07/18/onenote...hell-provider/


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"pghboemike" wrote:

> been getting up close and personal with ms onenote 2007 this weekend for a
> work project and though it would be cool to have powershell integrated with
> so so as i surf the web and gather info and scripts i could try them out, say
> by highlighting the script and right clicking and choosing run in powershell
>
> and yeah i am aware of security risks but don't see much difference in
> copy/paste 2 a posh command window
>
> i am think we might get better documentation by having a project notebook

 
Unread 21-04-2008, 01:19 AM   #3
Marco Shaw [MVP]
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Re: 4 the powershell team integrate powershell with onenote

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pghboemike wrote:
> been getting up close and personal with ms onenote 2007 this weekend for a
> work project and though it would be cool to have powershell integrated with
> so so as i surf the web and gather info and scripts i could try them out, say
> by highlighting the script and right clicking and choosing run in powershell
>
> and yeah i am aware of security risks but don't see much difference in
> copy/paste 2 a posh command window
>
> i am think we might get better documentation by having a project notebook


One thing to consider: The PowerShell team has provided the "framework".
It would be up to the OneNote (really part of Office?) team to write a
PowerShell snap-in for their product.

Marco

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