OneNote is another app in MicrosoftOffice. It's a hybrid of an outliner and ink-based journal.
I have used it as a Capture and Reorganization tool. You can capture a region of a page with an enclosing rectangle the parts of which you find interesting and worth saving, or the whole page and then edit portions, add notations, delete parts and rearrange in a readable and printable format. It also provides a structure which allows placement within topical folders. Some of the more interesting captures I print, or paste to PaperPort. It is an excellent addition to Office. -- DonaldNoyes
Candidate for "IsAnythingBetterThanPaper"
One of the OrdinaryComputerUsersBasicToolkit programs.
There is an add to MozillaFirefox to enable capture to OneNote available from http://www.freewebs.com/onenote/ for versions of Firefox up to 1.5, also with useful information about how to use it.
A version of the addon for Firefox 2 is available at http://pschmid.net/blog/2007/06/17/129This will not install with Firefox 3.5.6.
There is now a new add on called Clip to OneNote which will install with the latest version of Firefox (3.6.3). See https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/12003
I am presently using a cut and paste method while using the GoogleChrome page as the cut target and the Notebook_NewPage process in OneNote as the paste target. It preserves the essence of the page for me, including links, which was a very desirable feature in the SendToOneNote in InternetExplorer