I've been borrowing a Mac book from my University, and Word 2008 for Mac has a killer feature in that while in Notebook view you can record audio that then corresponds with your Note taking in the Word document. It has a slider to adjust for audio sensitivity (volume of the speaker) and if you click somewhere in the notes you can listen to the corresponding audio that took place while you were typing there.
This is great for lectures, if you miss something detailed you can review it later conveniently.
I don't want to have to buy a MacBook to get the latest and greatest features of Word 2008 (Mac).
Can someone answer this question as to whether this functionality is possible in Word 2007?
In Word 2003 they had an amazing outlining mode. You could take notes and record audio that would correspond with the notes you take. In Word 2007 I can't find this feature anywhere. I heard a rumor the only place you can find this feature is in OneNote, but I don't have OneNote. Where is this great feature on Word!?!?! Thanks for any help.