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Microsoft cuts OneNote price

Software giant knocks $100--half the original price--off its note-taking application.

Microsoft this week chopped the price of its OneNote note-taking application. The software, one of several new applications released last year under the Office umbrella, will now sell for $100, half the original price. Microsoft had provided widespread $100 rebates, however.

OneNote is a collection of tools for organizing information from various sources. The application has been targeted mainly at college students and owners of devices based on Microsoft's Tablet PC format, which can utilize OneNote's built-in handwriting recognition.