Outline
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Outline allows you to open and view your OneNote notebooks on Mac. No virtual machines, no web apps, no subscriptions!

Outline is the first native Mac OS X application that can open all kinds of OneNote notebooks and display them exactly as you created them in OneNote.

Outline can open:
  • .one (section files)
  • .onepkg (OneNote notebook packages)
  • .onetoc2 (notebook table of contents)

    Outline displays:
    • All texts and formatting
    • All images and inks
    • Tables and lists
    • Sections and
What's New
Version 2.2:
  • Fixed compatibility with OS X 10.7
  • Fixed problems found in SkyDrive sync
  • Improved content rendering fidelity
  • Improved handwriting inks display
  • Fixed problem occurred when merging changes made in lists on two devices
Requirements
  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7 or later



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Szeoli reviewed on 02 Jan 2014
I started a reply to Dolphinboy2u, but accidentally sent it off before I was finished. As I started to say, Outline 2.0 does what it claims to do, which is to allow you to open and edit OneNote notes, but it does not have half the power of OneNote. For instance, you can't create a table, there's no good way to capture information from outside the app, tags are limited to the ones bundled with the app, to name a few things. So don't get this expecting OneNote for Mac. But if you use OneNote heavily and want to be able to view and edit the text in your OneNote files, this app will do the trick.
[Version 2.0]

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Dolphinboy2u replied on 02 Jan 2014
Thanks, Szeoli, this is a very helpful and informative reply/review. :-)
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Dolphinboy2u commented on 02 Jan 2014
I'm interested in Outline, now that it can edit files and not just read them. However,...

No trial version for a $40 program, and only available through the Mac App Store? That's a tough sell.
[Version 2.0]

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Szeoli replied on 02 Jan 2014
I bought this app. It does what it says it does,
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Kihoalu reviewed on 19 Dec 2013
Features are scant in version 1. It was a OneNote viewer only.
With a much prettier interface than OneNote.

They just released Outline 2 (Dec 2013).
Which has an edit function. This vastly changes its usefulness.

I cannot verify this, because Outline no longer launches after upgrading to version 2 via the App Store.

Hope they will solve the issue promptly.
[Version 1.0]

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Kihoalu replied on 19 Dec 2013
It now works - was a simple fix.
Should be a nice app now that it edits OneNote files.
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Downloads:756
Version Downloads:56
Type:Business : Word Processing
License:Commercial
Date:23 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 64 / OS X
Price: $19.99
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Outline allows you to open and view your OneNote notebooks on Mac. No virtual machines, no web apps, no subscriptions!

Outline is the first native Mac OS X application that can open all kinds of OneNote notebooks and display them exactly as you created them in OneNote.

Outline can open:
  • .one (section files)
  • .onepkg (OneNote notebook packages)
  • .onetoc2 (notebook table of contents)

    Outline displays:
    • All texts and formatting
    • All images and inks
    • Tables and lists
    • Sections and groups of sections
    Also, for the first time on OS X:
    • Open as many OneNote notebooks as you want and view them offline.
    • Search for your notes across all opened notebooks.
    • Copy all content to any other Mac applications to share, edit or export.


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