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The full power of OneNote is available to developers to do epic stuff through the OneNote API. James Lau is the lead program manager on the OneNote API team and on this instance of CodeChat he gives us the run down on the power of OneNote itself, the ease of using the API, and a tour of the various apps that have already harnessed the API for great user scenarios.

 

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Deze werkblaadjes sluiten aan bij het handboek Eventail-junior En action (zesde leerjaar). Leerlingen kunnen met deze werkblaadjes de woordenschat en spraakkunst per hoofdstuk nog eens extra oefenen.


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