Yet another use for OneNote

I discovered another way to use OneNote today. I created a section titled “Registry Hacks” and named each page as a brief desription of what that key accomplishes. For example, I needed to find these today, so I Googled to find them, copied the text and added each as a new page in OneNote, so the next time I need to find this Registry key, I’ve got the info right there:

For Outlook Attachments:

· HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\10.0\Outlook\Security (change 10.0 to 9.0 for Outlook 2000 SP3 or to 11.0 for Outlook 2003)
· Under that key, add a new string value named Level1Remove.
· For the value for Level1Remove, enter a semicolon-delimited list of file extensions. For example, entering this:
would unblock Microsoft Access files and Internet shortcuts. Note that the use of a leading dot was not previously required, however, new security patches may require it. If you are using “mdb;url” format and extensions are blocked, add a dot to each extension. Note also that there is not a space between extensions.

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For keeping the NumLock turned on.

· Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard (If the Keyboard key isn’t there, add it.)
· Double-click the InitialKeyboardIndicators value on the right. (If it’s not there, select New from the Edit menu, then String Value, and type InitialKeyboardIndicators for the name of the new value.)
· Change the value to any of the following:
? 0 – all indicators off
? 1 – Caps Lock on
? 2 – Num Lock on
? 4 – Scroll Lock on
Or, combine them by adding the corresponding values:
? 3 – Caps Lock and Num Lock on
? 5 – Caps Lock and Scroll Lock on
? 6 – Num Lock and Scroll Lock on
? 7 – Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock on
· Close the Registry Editor when you’re done; the change should take effect the next time you start Windows.
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