How to password protect OneNote notes to keep them secure. I love the simplicity of Google Keep. A tiny Chrome add-on allows me to click and save any page or part of a page, and organize them into folders, just like I organize files in Windows. But, alas, today I take delivery of my new SmartPen, the LiveScribe 3, which connects to Android and Windows via Bluetooth, and WiFi. Look, Ma, no more USB cables. But, Livescribe now saves the notes as pdf files, and there is no Windows native app to organize them. So, I am forced to use OneNote or EverNote to sync my notes as I write them. This is nice, since I no longer have to unplug and plug in the pen to get my notes to my computer. However, it requires me to use OneNote for notes. I mangaged to export my Google Keep notes to OneNote yesterday; but, I now have to learn a new system. Since I keep my notes every day from my law practice, however, OneNote has a big advantage. I can password protect the notes, and I can access them across my devices with ease. The LiveScribe 3 is also a sleeker pen than the Echo, and I am looking forward to using it. Do you know where your notes are?