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How to Integrate Microsoft OneNote with Firefox........

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Hello,
 I have recently become a huge fan of Microsoft's OneNote software. One of the most useful features of the software is the ability to right click an article on the Web and choose the "send to OneNote" option, which sends the article to your current notebook. The catch is that it only seems to work in Internet Explorer.........I use Firefox. Is there a way to integrate the "send to OneNote" option into the context menu in Firefox when you right-click an article?
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actually not at the moment, since it is MS tool and they have not provided options for explorers other than MS IE. Also as far as i know there is no such addon yet to activate this functionality...
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Thanks Bawer. Looks like I'll have to forgo that functionality for a while.
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