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I like to use the Draw feature in OneNote to highlight portions of text, draw dividing lines between sections of text, draw arrows that point to words, etc.

The problem is that these graphics are not anchored to the text. If you insert text, the graphics do not move with the text they were originally draw next to.

I have tried finding a way to anchor the graphics, but I have not been able to. Is it possible to anchor graphics, and if so, how?

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I thought they would let you group it together, but I must be confusing myself with Word

Your best bet is to cut and paste the drawing in to the text container as a picture.

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