OneNote, a program in Microsoft Office, is a handy digital notebook you can use for text, pictures, digital handwriting, audio, and video recordings.
You can make a single list in OneNote that you—and anyone you share it with—can see and edit from virtually anywhere, whether you’re on a PC, laptop, or smartphone. Any changes will be seen right away, in all locations, by all users.
When you open OneNote on your home computer, click the File tab, choose Share, then choose Store Notebook On: Web to make the notebook available on your online SkyDrive account. SkyDrive is a free online service for storing and sharing documents. If you don’t have a SkyDrive account, you can set one up in minutes.
After you’ve created your SkyDrive-connected OneNote document, you never have to save or sync your changes. You’ll automatically have the latest version wherever you open your notebook: your home computer, your phone, or a remote PC.
To make a shopping list in OneNote, click anywhere on the page and start typing. Add a check box to an item with the To Do option in the Tags block at the top of the OneNote window (or use the Ctrl+1 keyboard shortcut).